The Senate Judiciary Committee last week approved U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh after promises of an FBI investigation into allegations that he sexually assaulted three women.
Kavanaugh's nomination has opened the conversation about whether actions committed during teenage years should hold any weight during one's adult life.
Coming up, the factors that lead teenage boys to commit sexual crimes and why it matters.
Philip Bump, national correspondent, The Washington Post
Martha Chamallas, professor, The Ohio State Moritz College of Law, specializing in feminist legal theory, sexual harassment law
Sherry Hamby, psychology professor, Sewanee: The University of the South
Debra Houser, executive director, Advocates for Youth