Comment on Jones case angers women Clinton attorney vows not to attack accuser's past sexual conduct
Cohen sees no 'witch hunt' Pentagon isn't fishing for sexual misconduct, defense chief says
Admiral accused of sexual harassment Army's general counsel also under investigation
Paula Jones case could go 3 ways, but won't go away Supreme Court's OK to pursue allegations keeps it in spotlight
Army drops rape charge It was last one pending against any Aberdeen drill sergeant
Jones can sue Clinton, court rules President has no right to block her lawsuit during second term; More pressure to settle; Unanimous decision allows sex case to be pursued further
Police major facing discipline inquiry to retire 10 days before hearing
General suspended in Georgia as Army conducts investigation Psychiatrist commands medical center; nature of allegations withheld
The president must take the lead in addressing the race question
Official wants crime expunged Harford councilman seeks to erase battery for re-election bid
Army sex scandal barely ripples the surface in town Aberdeen: Here, residents are more concerned about a native son at third base than goings-on at the Army base.
Aberdeen sergeant gets 25 years Jury's decision fails to end debate on race, sex, power in military; 'This should be a flare'
ABERDEEN JUDGE BARS WIDER RAPE DEFINITION; PROSECUTORS WANTED JURY TO BE ALLOWED TO CONVICT EVEN ABSENT PHYSICAL FORCE
COMMANDER NEVER HEARD COMPLAINTS; 'THEY MEAN NOTHING TO ME,' OFFICER SAYS OF ABERDEEN CHARGES
FORMER PUBLIC WORKS EMPLOYEE SUES, ALLEGING SEXUAL HARASSMENT
Thinking 'no' can mean a rape Judge at Aberdeen cites an imbalance of power with trainee
Recruits testify sex was forced 2 witnesses recount circumstances of alleged rapes at APG
APG sergeant called predator As rape trial begins, Simpson is accused of abusing his power
35 more charges dropped against APG sergeant 94 counts remain in sex misconduct case
19 charges dropped against sergeant in Aberdeen abuse case But soldier still faces 129 counts of misconduct
Defense in rape case says Army disregarded accused sergeant's rights They 'only wanted to look tough' on issue, defendant's lawyer says
2 more Aberdeen sergeants charged NAACP says cases against black soldiers involve prejudice
Acquitted sergeant sees bias in Aberdeen probe Investigators appeared to be targeting black men in sex scandal, he says
Courts-martial begin today in APG scandal Defense expected to say top officials had improper influence
Halt sought to APG probe Black lawmakers say Army investigation is 'contaminated'; Coercive methods alleged; racial bias is suspected
Congress refuses independent Aberdeen review Black Caucus, NAACP sought outside probe
Stepping up, speaking out Advocate: Harford County NAACP President Janice Grant has propelled herself into the midst of one of the Army's worst scandals to protect the civil rights of the accusers and accused.
Others at APG allegedly coerced Woman who accuses Army of threats says many more affected
4 women say Army coerced charges Investigators demand false rape allegations, female soldiers say
Journey To Justice Sam Reese Sheppard has spent years trying to clear his father's name, and a lifetime trying to find peace of mind for himself.
Aberdeen sex cases could put race on trial NAACP wants look at why most of men charged are black
Judge found not guilty of sex assault In 15 minutes, jury acquits Orphans' Court official
Separate probe of Aberdeen sought NAACP says blacks unfairly targeted by Army investigators
Ramsey autopsy indicates head injuries, sexual assault Judge releases portions of coroner's report
Accused Aberdeen sergeant may escape court-martial Less serious forum considered on sex charges
Assault case forces tensions to surface Annapolis: 3 female midshipmen felt they were equal members of the academy community until they testified against a fellow classmate
Army's top enlisted man accused of harassment Female veteran files charges of sexual assault, cover-up by service
Name them, guilty or not In Jewell, Irvin cases, the news media took libel protection too far
Paula Jones harassment was abuse of powerThe...
Ecker backs jail's director Executive praises Rollins' performance in face of criticisms
Justices to hear Clinton's appeal to delay lawsuit Can president be sued in office for actions before his presidency?
Balto. Co. police major accused by secretary of sexual harassment He is removed for now as Garrison Precinct chief
Buck should stop at top for Cowboys
New charges brought against Army sergeant Accusations include raping other soldiers
Three women accuse insurance firm of racial bias and sexual harassment
Chain of command is faulted in Aberdeen sexual misconduct Top general says investigation seeks the broken links
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Congressional tour of Aberdeen finds tangle of claims, complaints 'Bad apples' and 'machoism' blamed for scandal
Judge refuses to grant gag order against top officials in Aberdeen case
Why Report a Rape? Coming forward: Two victims say that if more women who are raped report the crime, more rapes may be prevented.