The prosecutor in the "aggravated pimping" case against former International Monetary Fund head Dominique Strauss-Kahn has asked the court to drop the charges against him, after five of the six plaintiffs in the case suddenly recanted their testimony. » 2/17/15 11:00am 2/17/15 11:00am

Rape Accusation Victim Dominique Strauss-Kahn Sues Woman He Allegedly…

Angry he'll never have the chance to tweak the nipples of France, Dominique Strauss-Kahn has filed a $1 million lawsuit against Nafissatou Diallo, claiming the hotel maid deliberately sabotaged his chance at the French Presidency when she accused the former IMF head of attempting to rape her in a Manhattan hotel room… » 5/15/12 2:10pm 5/15/12 2:10pm

Dominique Strauss-Kahn Stars in World's Least Surprising Gang Rape…

Dominique Strauss-Kahn, he of the New York hotel maid rape accusation and the French journalist rape accusation and the illegal prostitution ring scandal accusation, has just been accused of participating in the gang rape of a prostitute at the W Hotel in Washington, DC. Excuse me while I take a nap of surprise. » 5/04/12 12:25pm 5/04/12 12:25pm

Maid's Lawsuit Against Internationally Renowned Perv Dominique…

Even though rape charges against former International Monetary Fund chief and real life Pepe Le Pew Dominique Strauss-Kahn were dropped after prosecutors decided that a woman who has lied once has lied about everything ever, yesterday a judge in the Bronx ruled that Nafissatou Diallo's lawsuit against her accused… » 5/01/12 11:10am 5/01/12 11:10am

Strauss-Kahn Apologizes For 'A Mistake'

In a speech before the IMF yesterday, Dominique Strauss-Kahn "said clearly, two or three times, that he wanted to 'apologize' for what he said was 'a mistake on my part.'" His team has always maintained that his encounter with Nafissatou Diallo was consensual, so it's not entirely clear what he's apologizing for —… » 8/30/11 5:25pm 8/30/11 5:25pm

What Can We Expect From Christine Lagarde?

Dominique Strauss-Kahn's replacement Christine Lagarde is the first female head of the IMF. All signs indicate that she's more than just a "tough mom." » 6/29/11 5:13pm 6/29/11 5:13pm

Better Numbers For Women In Federal Government, But Room To Grow

A new report on gender equality in the federal government has found that while "overt bias" is no longer rampant, "the vision of a workforce in which women are fully represented and utilized has not been wholly achieved." » 5/26/11 10:12am 5/26/11 10:12am

Another French Official Accused In Wake Of Strauss-Kahn Allegations

The accusations against Dominique Strauss-Kahn are inspiring other women to come forward — two former employees are now accusing a civil service minister of assault. But at the IMF, not everyone agrees that harassment has been minimized. » 5/25/11 4:25pm 5/25/11 4:25pm

Dominique Strauss-Kahn's Alleged Victim Was Visibly Traumatized

The hotel maid allegedly assaulted by former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn was so traumatized by the events that during police questioning she was incoherent and nauseous, attempting to spit on the walls and floor of the hotel. She was able to calm down enough to clearly communicate after about an hour, after which… » 5/22/11 1:48pm 5/22/11 1:48pm

The IMF's Questionable Office Culture

Dominique Strauss-Kahn is out on bail today, meaning he'll no longer have to endure jail like a "common criminal." And the increased scrutiny on the IMF has revealed a pretty disturbing workplace culture. » 5/20/11 12:40pm 5/20/11 12:40pm

Head of International Monetary Fund Held For New York Sexual Assault

In a dramatic seconds-before-takeoff maneuver, authorities took Dominique Strauss-Kahn, managing director of the International Monetary Fund, into police custody in connection with a sexual assault. Dramatic raids: not just for Navy SEALS in Pakistan. » 5/15/11 12:00pm 5/15/11 12:00pm

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