Prosecutor Says He Doesn't Believe Sandusky Accuser's ClaimJoe McGettigan testified Tuesday that his opinion is based on changes in the man's story and other factors.
Sandusky Appeal Focuses On Victim 2's Conflicting StatementsThe second day of Jerry Sandusky's appeal hearing is getting underway in Pennsylvania.
Trial Set For McQueary Whistleblower Suit Against Penn StateMcQueary was placed on leave by Penn State in 2011 following revelations he reported that a boy was being sexually abused by assistant coach Jerry Sandusky
Sandusky Prepares To Testify In Bid To Overturn ConvictionJerry Sandusky plans to take the stand in a fresh chance to prove his claim he was wrongly convicted four years ago.
Lawyer Says Sandusky Will Testify Friday In Appeals HearingJerry Sandusky's lawyer says the former Penn State assistant football coach will testify during an upcoming appeals hearing.
Records Unsealed: Could Reveal More Of Claim Boy Told Paterno Of AbuseJoe Paterno apparently knew that Jerry Sandusky was sexually abusing underage boys as early as 1976.
Sandusky Granted Hearing In Appeal Of Sex Abuse ConvictionSandusky, 72, is serving a 30- to 60-year sentence for 45 counts of child sexual abuse covering 10 victims.
Judge To Release Records With Claim Joe Paterno Told Of Jerry Sandusky Abuse In 1976A Philadelphia judge has ordered the public release of sealed documents about a claim that a boy told Joe Paterno in 1976 that Jerry Sandusky had molested him.
Penn State's President, Eric Barron, Defends Joe Paterno's LegacyPenn State's president had strong words this week in defense of the legacy of Joe Paterno.
Penn State Settlements Covered 1971 Sandusky Abuse ClaimThe university provided the first confirmation of the time frame of abuse claims that have led to big payouts.
Court Documents Allege Boy Told Coach Paterno Sandusky Molested Him Decades AgoPaterno’s family calls the allegations false.
Sandusky Due In Court For Molestation Case Appeal HearingFormer Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky is expected in a courtroom near his State College home as he continues to pursue appeals of his 45-count conviction for child sexual abuse.