In a lengthy interview with the New York Times published Saturday, former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky denies ever sexually abusing any child, and he says fired head coach Joe Paterno never spoke to him about any suspected misconduct with minors.
There has been plenty of outrage over the moral failings of Joe Paterno and others who were made aware of Jerry Sandusky's alleged sexual abuse of children. But ethical dilemmas are often more gray than black and white. Better ethics education can help us do the right thing in spite of the fog.
Syracuse University head coach Jim Boeheim is expected to address accusations that his assistant, Bernie Fine, molested three boys.
A former Penn State vice president says football players at the school received special treatment when it came to getting in trouble.
A preliminary hearing for former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky will now be held later in December than first scheduled.
Beyond the criminal charges against Penn State officials as a result of the Sandusky case, a growing number of civil suits are likely. But depending on how the university chooses to defend itself, it risks a PR disaster.
Louis Freeh, the former director of the FBI, has been selected to head up a select team investigating the Penn State child sex abuse scandal.
Part of the immediate fallout from the investigation of child sex abuse at Penn State is economic. Sales of hats, shirts, and other items emblazoned with the Penn State name have plummeted.