Jerry Sandusky, accused of heinous rapes and sexual assaults of young boys, went on Rock Center on NBC Monday night and, in an interview with Bob Costas, denied the worst of the charges against him, but admitted he took showers with and touched the legs of young boys.
After nearly two months, the New York Police swept into Zucotti Park Tuesday night, ordering Occupy Wall Street protesters to leave the park with their belongings, or be arrested. About 150 protesters were taken into police custody.
Many conservatives are taking signs of tension and disorganization as indication that the Occupyn Wall Street movements are coming to a close. But for many liberals, this is just a reorganization of the beginning.
Officials in San Antonio are looking into whether Jerry Sandusky sexually assaulted a boy he brought with him to the Penn State Alamo Bowl in 1999. Cars.com has pulled its advertising from the next two Penn State games and Mike McQueary will not coach this weekend.
A former police officer is coming forward with new information about how News of the World operates. According to him, he followed hundreds of people, including family members of those investigating the phone hacking scandal, at the behest of News International.
Football coach Joe Paterno and University President Graham Spanier have been terminated by Penn State University in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky sexual assault scandal.
Joe Paterno, the legendary Penn State football coach who has led the Nittany Lions for more than 45 years, will retire after this season in the wake of sexual assault accusations against his former defensive coordinator, Jerry Sandusky.
Joe Paterno may be on his way out as Penn State University's football coach, as more details emerge about just what happened, and when, in the events that led up to former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky being charged with sexual assault.
The jury in the trial of Conrad Murray in the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson reached a verdict: guilty. Murray is now on suicide watch.
In a press conference Monday, Sharon Bialek, represented by attorney Gloria Allred, became the fourth person to accuse Herman Cain of sexual harassment — but she's the first to do so publicly.