The report paints a damning portrait of how they handled sex-abuse charges. We break down which administrators knew what—and why they failed to act.
Investigators working on a report about Penn State's handling of the Jerry Sandusky scandal uncovered dozens of emails in which top university administrators discuss how to respond to allegations against the former coach.
The former Penn State president is accused of being part of a "conspiracy of silence." He faces eight criminal counts, five of which are felonies.
The agreement resolved a long-running lawsuit that had challenged how the NCAA had punished Penn State. It meant that the association's $60 million fine against the university would be spent within Pennsylvania.