The worst sex-abuse case in sports history ended Monday with a third long prison sentence for Larry Nassar, but investigations involving USA Gymnastics, Michigan State University and the NCAA could go on for years.
The former sports doctor whose serial sexual abuse of girls and young women has shaken the gymnastics world was sentenced Monday to a third prison term—this one 40 to 125 years—for molesting athletes at a Michigan gymnastics club.
Michigan State's athletic director retired two days after the university president resigned over the school's handling of sexual abuse allegations against its disgraced former sports doctor.
Michigan State University’s athletic director tendered his resignation on Friday, and U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said her agency is investigating and will hold MSU accountable for any violations of federal law.
Michigan State University President Lou Anna Simon submitted her resignation Wednesday amid outcry over school's handling of allegations against Larry Nassar.
The CEO of the U.S. Olympic Committee announced an independent investigation Wednesday intended to determine how the sexual abuse by former USA Gymnastics sports doctor Larry Nassar could have gone on as long as it did.
The former sports doctor who admitted molesting some of the nation's top gymnasts for years was sentenced Wednesday to 40 to 175 years in prison.
The Indianapolis-based NCAA is examining how Michigan State University handled the case of sports doctor Larry Nassar, who faces prison time for sexually assaulting Olympic gymnasts and other young female athletes.
Losing corporate partners is a significant blow to the Indianapolis-based organization. Sponsorships and marketing account for about a quarter of USA Gymnastics’ annual revenue.
The resignations of chairman Paul Parilla, vice chairman Jay Binder and treasurer Bitsy Kelley were announced Monday while a judge in Michigan heard a fifth day of statements from women and girls who said they were molested by Larry Nassar.
Several high-profile Olympians say they were abused by former national team doctor Larry Nassar at the facility.
In addition to having their say about the doctor who assaulted them, victims also criticized two places that employed him: Michigan State University and Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics.
A judge has sentenced Larry Nassar to 60 years in federal prison for child pornography crimes, one of three criminal cases against a man who also admits assaulting female gymnasts.
Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman says she is among the young women sexually abused by Dr. Larry Nassar, who spent more than two decades working with athletes at Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics.
USA Gymnastics is turning to a longtime children's rights advocate and a former prosecutor to help address issues that have plagued the organization.
Dr. Larry Nassar, who is accused of sexually assaulting dozens of women and girls during his long career treating college and Olympic gymnasts, pleaded guilty during a hearing Tuesday morning.
A plea deal could be in the works for a former doctor for Indianapolis-based USA Gymnastics who was charged in federal court with obtaining and possessing child pornography.
USA Gymnastics, the national governing body for the sport in the United States, ordered the review following a series of civil lawsuits filed against the Indianapolis-based organization and a former team doctor by gymnasts who claim the physician sexually abused them.