President Barack Barack Obama is being urged by two U.S. senators to investigate whether the Pentagon misled Congress with information about sexual assault cases in an effort to undercut support for a Senate bill that senior military officials steadfastly oppose.
The Pentagon misled Congress by using inaccurate or vague information about sexual assault cases in an effort to blunt support for a Senate bill that would make a major change in how the military handles allegations of sexual misconduct, an Associated Press investigation found.
After years of complaints that they weren't taking sexual assault reports seriously, colleges are finally doing so -- and finding themselves slammed with lawsuits from men who say they were unfairly suspended or otherwise punished.
The lawyer for six women suing the University of Tennessee over its handling of sexual assault complaints by student-athletes is focused on what he considers the school's systemic problems and is surprised at the attention the complaint's brief mention of Peyton Manning generated.
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