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Jury: Rolling Stone's Rape Story Defamed University OfficialRolling Stone magazine, its publisher and a reporter defamed a University of Virginia administrator who sued them for $7.5 million over a discredited story about a gang rape at a fraternity house, a federal jury said Friday.
Baltimore Native, Former NFL Player Tavon Mason Working To Improve Lives Of ChildrenFormer NFL defensive back and Baltimore native Tavon Austin joined Ed and Rob to talk about his foundation and helping with childhood obesity.
Lawsuit Over Rolling Stone Article Appears Headed to TrialA federal judge says a defamation lawsuit against Rolling Stone magazine over a now-debunked article about a rape at the University of Virginia likely will head to a jury trial later this year.
Defense Files Motions In Virginia Student Murder Case Attorneys for a man charged with abducting and killing a University of Virginia student have filed several new motions in his capital murder case.
Victim In Fairfax Attack To Testify At Pretrial HearingA woman who was attacked in a 2005 case that authorities have linked to the death of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham will testify at a pretrial hearing next month.
Jesse Matthew Scheduled For Pretrial Hearing In VirginiaA Charlottesville man charged with the murder of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham will be in court Friday for a hearing in a separate case.
Lawyers For Man Charged In UVA Student's Death Seek DelayLawyers for the man accused of killing a University of Virginia student are seeking to delay his trial in a separate case.
UVA Dean Sues Rolling Stone Over Debunked Gang Rape Story A University of Virginia associate dean is seeking more than $7.5 million from Rolling Stone magazine in a defamation lawsuit stemming from a debunked account of an alleged gang rape on campus.
UVa. Sorority Members Told To Stay Away From Fraternity PartiesSixteen sororities at the University of Virginia are told to stay away from big fraternity parties.
Matthew Back In Court In Fairfax As Defense Seeks Gag OrderA Fairfax County judge has rejected a request to impose a gag order on lawyers for the attempted murder trial of a man who is also charged in a separate case with the abduction of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham.
Judge In Jesse Matthew Case Won't Let Cameras In CourtroomA judge has rejected a request from news organizations to allow cameras at the upcoming attempted murder trial of Jesse Matthew in Fairfax County.
Rolling Stone Casts Doubt On U.Va. Rape StoryRolling Stone cast doubt Friday on its story of a young woman who said she was gang-raped at a fraternity party at the University of Virginia, saying it has since learned of "discrepancies" in her account.

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