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R. Kelly facing potential criminal charges over sex tape after a secret grand jury convened in Chicago, according to source

A grand jury has convened in Chicago to evaluate potential criminal charges that could be brought against R. Kelly for sexual misconduct, according to a source close to the matter.
Nancy Oakley, left, resigned from her position as city commissioner of Madeira Beach, Florida after former city manager Shane Crawford, right, accused her of licking his face.

A city official in Florida resigned after a commission concluded she licked a subordinate’s face

Last month, an ethics commission fined Nancy Oakley $5,000 after concluding she licked former city manager Shane Crawford's face in 2012.
R. Kelly arrives at the Cook County courthouse for his child pornography trial on May 9, 2008 in Chicago, Illinois.

Sources tell TMZ that R. Kelly is under investigation in Georgia over sexual abuse accusations after the Lifetime docuseries ‘Surviving R. Kelly...

TMZ reports that the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office opened an investigation as a direct result of the docuseries "Surviving R. Kelly."
Music artist Chance The Rapper listens to a question during a news conference at City Hall on Tuesday, October 16, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois.

Chance the Rapper apologized for working with R. Kelly ‘and for taking this long to speak out’

His comments come on the heels of the documentary series "Surviving R. Kelly," which details numerous allegations of sexual misconduct and abuse.

Busy Philipps says James Franco assaulted her while they were filming a scene for ‘Freaks and Geeks’

Busy Philipps claims that her “Freaks and Geeks” co-star James Franco assaulted her while they were filming a scene for the series, according to an excerpt from her memoir, “This Will Only Hurt a Little.” In the excerpt, Philipps claimed Franco yelled at her after breaking character in a scene.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh delivers his opening statement during his Supreme Court confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee in the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill, September 4, 2018 in Washington, DC.

Leading Catholic publication turns on Brett Kavanaugh, says his nomination to the Supreme Court should be withdrawn

Editors at America Magazine had previously praised Brett Kavanaugh, but is now urging lawmakers charged with voting on his confirmation to the Supreme Court to step back and consider that such a vote would show they prioritize their own policy goals over a woman's claim of assault.
On her show Thursday night, Laura Ingraham disavowed her white supremacist supporters.

Conservatives, including Fox host Laura Ingraham, promoted claims about the wrong Christine Ford in an attempt to smear Kavanaugh’s accuser

The Drudge Report and several prominent conservatives shared a false story citing negative reviews purportedly written by students of Professor Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault.
The lawsuit alleges that Dowling consumed alcohol and Ambien before groping the plaintiff.

United slammed with lawsuit by a woman who claims she was groped by a man 3 times during a flight and the airline did nothing to protect her

A woman is suing United Airlines for allegedly failing to protect her from being groped on a July 2016 flight from Hong Kong to San Francisco. According to the lawsuit, plaintiff Anne Maureen Dowling was touched sexually without her consent three times by Monte Wedl.

Jameis Winston suspended 3 games as NFL concluded he touched an Uber driver ‘in an inappropriate and sexual manner without her consent’

The NFL's own investigation into an incident between Jameis Winston and an Uber driver found that Winston had touched her inappropriately, yet it appears Winston and the league struck a deal on a lighter sentence.

Bill Clinton says Al Franken’s ouster was a ‘grievous’ mistake and questions sexual misconduct allegations against him

Former President Bill Clinton suggested that former Sen. Al Franken, a Minnesota Democrat, should not have been forced from office earlier this year amid mounting sexual misconduct allegations. "I think it's a grievous thing to take away from the people a decision they have made," Clinton said.