‘Serial Child Molester’ Dennis Hastert Denies Bathroom Stall AttackThe former speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives now “adamantly denies” he sodomized a fourth-grader in a bathroom stall in the early 1970s.
Serial Child Abuser Dennis Hastert Set To Officially Leave Federal CustodyThe former U.S. House speaker is set to officially leave the custody of the Bureau of Prisons and begin two years under court supervision.
Dennis Hastert Mugshot ReleasedA mugshot taken Monday of U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert was released on Wednesday.
Hastert Leaves Federal Prison In Minnesota, Back In ChicagoHastert, 75, was sentenced to 15 months in prison last year, and reported to Rochester Federal Medical Center in Minnesota last June.
New Abuse Allegations Detailed Against HastertA lawsuit claims a grade-schooler was sexually assaulted by Dennis Hastert in the 1970s in a public restroom. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
New Accuser Sues Former Speaker Dennis Hastert, Claims Child Sex AbuseThe lawsuit filed Friday claims Hastert forced himself on a 9- or 10-year-old boy in a Yorkville High School bathroom in the early 1970s.
Illinois Board Terminates Hastert's State Lawmaker PensionAn Illinois retirement board is terminating the pension that imprisoned former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert for his service in the Illinois General Assembly.
Illinois Board To Consider Hastert's State Lawmaker PensionIllinois officials are poised to consider the status of the pension Dennis Hastert receives for the time the imprisoned former U.S. House speaker served in the state's General Assembly.
Judge Tosses Federal Lawsuit Alleging Hastert Misused OfficeA judge has tossed a lawsuit alleging ex-Speaker Dennis Hastert used a taxpayer-funded office to do private business after leaving Congress.
Hastert Demands Hush Money Back, Through AttorneysAttorneys for disgraced former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert want the $1.7 million back that Hastert paid to keep sexual abuse allegations quiet.
Imprisoned Hastert Fights For Tax-Covered Pension The ex-U.S. House speaker is now pointing to a technicality to argue that a state body should restore his $17,000-a-year teacher's pension that it yanked after his April 27 sentencing.
Sex Abuse Survivor Urges Lawmakers To Change State Statues On Child Sex AbuseCross joined Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan in testifying before the Senate Criminal Law Committee's Subcommittee on Statutes of Limitation.

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