Monday, a federal judge ruled the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press can file legal documents to help Rolling Stone attempt to overturn the jury's verdict.
Rolling Stone magazine is asking a federal judge to overturn a jury's verdict in the defamation case over its 2014 story about a gang rape at the University of Virginia.
The jury has awarded a total $3 million for University of Virginia administrator Nicole Eramo over her defamation case against Rolling Stone magazine.
Jurors have returned to a Charlottesville federal court to continue deliberations in the defamation trial against Rolling Stone over a retracted story about an alleged rape at the UVA.
The jury in a defamation lawsuit against Rolling Stone got to hear from one of the men who founded the magazine. A videotaped deposition of Jann Wenner was played Friday morning.
Judge Glen Conrad informed the jury Thursday that the trial will be going into next week. Rolling Stone Deputy Managing Editor Sean Woods was back on the stand.
The ninth day of court in a defamation lawsuit against Rolling Stone magazine on the now-retracted article "A Rape on Campus," began with testimony from a UVA dean.
Jurors hear testimony from a woman employed by Rolling Stone, two police officers, and two people named in an article tied to a lawsuit brought forward by a former UVA official.
A federal courtroom in Charlottesville is now in its second week hearing the defamation lawsuit against Rolling Stone over a retracted article about rape at the University of Virginia.
Sabrina Erdely, the author behind a now-retracted Rolling Stone article, is still testifying before jurors about her reporting process in rare Saturday session in Federal Court in Charlottesville.
Sabrina Erdely, the author behind a now-retracted Rolling Stone article, is back on the stand for a third day in a row. The defense is going over her interactions with Jackie.
Sabrina Rubin Erdely, the author behind a now-retracted Rolling Stone article, continues her testimony in a multimillion dollar defamation case.
Jurors are done hearing testimony from Nicole Eramo the woman who brought a defamation lawsuit against Rolling Stone. The court is now hearing from other witnesses.
Day two of trial in the defamation lawsuit filed against Rolling Stone magazine picked back up Tuesday with both sides presenting opening statements in Charlottesville.
The multimillion dollar lawsuit against Rolling Stone Magazine is now underway in a Charlottesville federal courtroom. Jury selection wrapped up around 3:45 p.m. Monday
A federal judge in Roanoke heard arguments Tuesday from lawyers involved in a multi-million dollar defamation lawsuit over a retracted Rolling Stone Magazine article.
Lawyers representing Rolling Stone, its publisher, and the author of a retracted rape article say the other side has leaked a deposition video.
Court documents are detailing who will be called to testify in a defamation case that centers on a redacted Rolling Stone Magazine article, as well as the evidence that will be presented.
Lawyers for Rolling Stone and University of Virginia Associate Dean Nicole Eramo discuss what evidence they don’t want a jury to see ahead of a federal demotion lawsuit over a now retracted article.
A federal judge is issuing some key rulings in a defamation lawsuit against Rolling Stone Magazine over a now retracted article about the rape of a University of Virginia student.
The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism will review what went wrong in the making of the now-disputed Rolling Stone article that centered on an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia.
UVA Associate Dean Nicole Eramo’s federal defamation lawsuit against Rolling Stone magazine over a now retracted article has been delayed.
A federal judge says he will rule in a few days on a motion to compel the woman at the center of a now debunked gang rape article to give up documents.
UVA Associate Dean of Students Nicole Eramo claims "Jackie" and her legal team were behind an open letter that was meant to smear Eramo.
Both sides involved in a federal defamation lawsuit over that now retracted Rolling Stone Magazine article want to delay the trial.
A woman at the center of a debunked Rolling Stone magazine article about a gang rape at the University of Virginia is resisting a subpoena in a school administrator's defamation lawsuit.
A young woman at the center of a debunked article in Rolling Stone magazine about a campus gang rape at the University of Virginia has been ordered to turn over documents.
Rolling Stone magazine has officially filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit filed by three former fraternity brothers.
Lawyers representing the college student at the center of a now-debunked article about an alleged gang rape now admit accessing the email account of the persona “Jackie” had claimed attacked her.
UVA Dean Nicole Eramo has filed a lawsuit against Rolling Stone Magazine and one of its writers for an article that centered on an alleged rape at a University of Virginia fraternity.
New allegations are emerging in the federal lawsuit against Rolling Stone magazine's now-retracted article about a gang rape at the University of Virginia.
Lawyers involved in a federal court battle over a now-retracted Rolling Stone magazine article are expected to be in federal court in Charlottesville on Monday.
A secret deposition of ‘Jackie,’ the woman at the center of a now-retracted Rolling Stone article, went through Thursday.
The review of Rolling Stone's UVA gang rape expose was released over the weekend. Monday, just how badly they erred in the story was underlined at a Columbia Journalism School press conference.
Court documents are offering new details about two of the three lawsuits against Rolling Stone Magazine stemming from a retracted article about an alleged rape culture at UVA.
The woman profiled in the now-retracted Rolling Stone Magazine article about rape at the University of Virginia will have to sit for a deposition as part of a lawsuit against the magazine.
Columbia Journalism School has released its investigation into Rolling Stone's discredited University of Virginia gang rape expose.
The UVA administrator suing Rolling Stone magazine is asking the court to throw out "personal attacks" in the deposition of "Jackie", the student whose gang-rape allegations were at the center of the magazine's retracted article.
A motion to get 'Jackie' to comply with a subpoena for information on a redacted Rolling Stone article has been sent back to federal court in Charlottesville.
The fraternity that was the focus of a debunked Rolling Stone article about a gang rape has filed a $25 million lawsuit against the magazine.
Rolling Stone managing editor Will Dana has resigned following a lawsuit filed by three UVA graduates profiled in a debunked account of a gang rape in a retracted Rolling Stone story.
Rolling Stone Magazine is denying it defamed a University of Virginia administrator in a now retracted rape story.
Rolling Stone magazine is asking a federal judge to dismiss the lawsuit from three former fraternity brothers suing over a since retracted article about allegations of rape culture at UVA.
An independent review of the University of Virginia's handling of a student's gang rape allegations will not be publicly released because of privacy concerns.
Associate dean Nicole Eramo has written a letter to Rolling Stone magazine, saying the apology over the now retracted article alleging gang rape at UVA, is too little, too late.
A University of Virginia fraternity says it will not pursue an honor code violation against a student who was at the center of a Rolling Stone story that has since been retracted.
Phi Kappa Psi national issued a statement Tuesday expressing outrage at Rolling Stone's apology. They are calling on the magazine to hold all those involved accountable.
Students are reacting to Columbia School of Journalism's review of the Rolling Stone article that focused on an alleged sexual assault at the University of Virginia.
UVA's Phi Kappa Psi has announced plans to pursue all available legal action against Rolling Stone magazine but some say that lawsuit could be a tough battle.
Counselors who work with survivors of sexual assault in Charlottesville fear Rolling Stone magazine's inaccurate reporting will create a culture skepticism over reports of rape.
A renowned journalism school is preparing to issue its analysis of Rolling Stone magazine's discredited story about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia.
Columbia Journalism School says that on Sunday, it will release its review of a discredited Rolling Stone magazine article that portrayed a graphic rape at a UVA fraternity.
The Sexual Assault Resource Agency of Charlottesville says Monday's press conference about an alleged gang rape at UVA created lingering doubts that could set back sexual assault advocacy.
A blog from the website Politico says a Columbia Journalism School review of Rolling Stone magazine's article about a rape at the University of Virginia is exhaustive and "damning."
Chief Longo says there is no evidence that there was a rape as described by "Jackie" in the Rolling Stone article. The investigation of the case has been suspended but the case will remain open.
The University of Virginia is now releasing more than 1,500 pages of emails from top administrators that were sent in the aftermath of the controversial Rolling Stone article.
A handful of fraternities at the University of Virginia say they signed a new agreement with the school that sets strict rules of what chapters can and cannot do.
Two fraternities are standing up to the University of Virginia, saying they won't play by new rules. Kappa Alpha Order and Alpha Tau Omega have harsh words for UVA leaders.
The fraternity at the center of a Rolling Stone article that chronicled a culture of sexual violence at UVA has been reinstated after police could not confirm an allegation of rape.
UVA students are back for the first day of classes after break. Their last semester ended with controversy after allegations of a fraternity gang rape came out in Rolling Stone magazine.
Ideas for making all college campuses in Virginia are coming into focus. The Governor's Task Force on Combating Sexual Violence on College Campuses met again in Richmond.
University of Virginia president Teresa Sullivan is reinstating fraternities and allowing social activities immediately. Sullivan had suspended Greek life following the Rolling Stone article.
UVA is bringing faculty and administrators together with students to stop sexual violence, launching a Green Dot program to train bystanders to step up and take action.
Alumni from the University of Virginia are raising money to provide an attorney to sexual assault survivors at the Charlottesville school.
The UVA Board of Visitors met Friday afternoon to take up the school's policies and procedures involving sexual assault.
UVA president Sullivan and rector Martin met with faculty Wednesday to talk about the university's next-steps to protect students.
In the wake of an investigation into an alleged gang rape at a UVA fraternity house, Charlottesville Police Chief Tim Longo is speaking out.
The Daily Progress reports UVA's administration knew about accusations of a gang rape at a fraternity house two months before the Rolling Stone article was published, but didn't inform police.
The attorney who has been retained as counsel to the woman identified as "Jackie" in the Rolling Stone article released a statement Wednesday.
A national sorority advocacy group says UVA's suspension of Greek activities isn't the answer to resolving sexual assault and student safety issues.
UVA won't lift its suspension of Greek activities at the request of national fraternity and sorority organizations, reinstatement of Greek activities on January 9 will be in conjunction with a new Fraternal Organization Agreement.
UVA President Teresa Sullivan has announced an action plan to create a sustainable climate of safety at UVA.
National fraternity and sorority organizations are urging UVA to lift its suspension of Greek activities after Rolling Stone acknowledged missteps in its reporting of an alleged gang rape on campus.
Rolling Stone has clarified its apology over a story that had reported a female student was gang-raped at a UVA fraternity, telling readers the mistakes were the magazine's fault, not the alleged victim's.
Rolling Stone is casting doubt on a young woman's account of being gang raped at a fraternity party at UVA. The magazine says that there now appear to be discrepancies in the account given by 'Jackie.'
Several outlets are now calling into question the credibility of the Rolling Stone magazine article centered on an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia.
A professor at the University of Virginia is recommending a bill of rights for survivors of sexual assault at UVA.
On Monday, Pres. Sullivan laid out her steps to respond to Rolling Stone magazine's allegations UVA sweeps sexual assaults under the rug.
In a one-on-one interview, UVA President Sullivan speaks candidly about rape allegations in a Rolling Stone article, the fallout, and the future for UVA.
Phi kappa Psi Press Release:FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASENovember 19, 2014INDIANAPOLIS, IN - The Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity was recently made aware of a story in Rolling Stone magazine that contains sexual assault allegations against the University of Virginia chapter.We take this matter - and these allegations - very seriously.First and foremost, we do not condone violence under any circumstances; gender-based and sexual violence is particularly heinous. It is antithetical to the morals and founding p...
University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan has issued a statement on the Rolling Stone magazine article detailing allegations of rape at UVA.
One friend of the victim named in the Rolling Stone magazine article on allegations of rape at UVA says that pressure can often lead victims to suffer in silence.
U.S. Senator Kaine releases a statement on the recent allegations of sexual violence at the University of Virginia.
The Z Society placed flowers at the UVA Amphitheatre, along with a page-long note that reacts to the Rolling Stone magazine article detailing allegations of rape at the university.
Attorney General Mark Herring says he will appoint independent counsel to review procedures at UVA following the Rolling Stone article detailing rape at the university.
UVA's vice president and chief student affairs officer has issued a response to the Rolling Stone article, "A Rape on Campus: A Brutal Assault and Struggle for Justice at UVA."
UVA Rector George Keith Martin issued at statement in response to the Rolling Stone article published Wednesday, stating that UVA is committed to finding solutions.
One Less and the Sexual Assault Resource Agency are speaking out in response to the Rolling Stone article highlighting rape at UVA published Wednesday.
Aftershocks are being felt at UVA following the publication of a Rolling Stone article about rape at the school.
A young woman's harrowing story featured in a Rolling Stone piece is inspiring two of her close friends to share their hopes and complaints about the article.
The writer of a Rolling Stone magazine article on rape at UVA says she chose to focus on the school after talking with college students nationwide.
More than 500 students and faculty turned out for the rape awareness rally inside the UVA Amphitheater Thursday.
People at the UVA Women's Center say they're disappointed with the stories described in the Rolling Stone article, but they hope its opens people's eyes.
Governor McAuliffe and Attorney General Herring have weighed in on the controversy over a Rolling Stone article focusing on what it calls a 'culture of rape' at UVA.
The president of a sexual assault prevention group at UVA, is speaking up about the Rolling Stone article "A Rape on Campus: A Brutal Assault and Struggle for Justice at UVA."
University of Virginia president Sullivan says she has asked Charlottesville police to investigate allegations that a female student was raped by several men at a fraternity house.
A University of Virginia fraternity house at the center of a Rolling Stone magazine article has been vandalized.
NBC29 talked with a number of UVA students about their feelings on a Rolling Stone article published Wednesday titled, “A Rape on Campus: A Brutal Assault and Struggle for Justice at UVA.”
Rolling Stone magazine has published a graphic article focusing on a number of rapes at UVA and the culture on grounds about them.