NBA Setting Up Hotline To Report Misconduct, Work ConcernsThe NBA is establishing a confidential hotline for league and team employees to report concerns about misconduct in their workplace.
Specific Allegations Revealed After Matt Lauer Fired At NBCHours after the firing, the trade publication Variety posted what it said was a two-month investigation that included dozens of interviews with current and former staffers who asked to remain anonymous.
GOP Braces For Extended Clash In AlabamaWith President Donald Trump standing on the sidelines, Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore and his allies in Alabama are bracing for an extended conflict — not with Democrats, but with their own party in Washington.
Hugh Freeze Resigns As Ole Miss Football Coach After 5 SeasonsMississippi football coach Hugh Freeze resigned Thursday after university officials found a "pattern of personal misconduct" that started with the school's investigation into a call to an escort service.
Federal Judge In Texas Reprimanded For Misconduct RetiresA longtime federal judge in Texas who was reprimanded for making unwanted sexual advances has retired from the bench.
Prosecutor In Case Against Cameron Todd Willingham Accused Of MisconductA prosecutor who handled the case of a Texas man executed for the fire deaths of his three daughters has been formally accused of misconduct over allegations that he concealed evidence during the 1992 murder trial.
Family Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Dallas Police DepartmentDays after a police shooting that left a mentally ill man in critical condition, another Dallas family whose son was shot by a Dallas Police officer filed a lawsuit against the city and the officer who fired the gun.
Scout President: Mistakes Were Made In Confidential FilesThe Boy Scouts of America have for decades have held private files on individuals who came under suspicion for all kinds of misconduct, including claims of sexual abuse.
Innocence Project Study Leads To Case Misconduct FindingsThe state association of district attorneys says that only a small handful of nearly 100 alleged "prosecutorial misconduct" cases in Texas show signs of willful mistakes by prosecutors.