The disgraced comedian's lawyers are saying he only detailed his obscenely creepy sexual habits in a decade-old deposition because a former prosecutor promised not to charge him criminally.
A genius named Ted Cruz thinks it did.
Inventions ranging from chastity belts to penis-slicing devices have been patented for decades. The question is how much these devices could actually do to prevent rape.
The long, painful process of reporting a sexual assault allegation often leads to nothing more than pain for the victim and a slap on the wrist for the accused.
The show, called "Rape is Real and Everywhere," sold out its Vancouver, Canada, venue before its first performance.
A lurid allegation of group sexual assault on a playground is shining a spotlight on a corner of NYC that often makes headlines for gun violence but rarely grips the public imagination.
The infamous New Year's sexual assaults at Cologne's central train station were committed by men who looked "Arab" or "North African," according to witnesses, but violence against women doesn't have a skin color.
Despite dozens of rape allegations and an active criminal case, these fans aren't ready to let their icon go.
Breaking down what criminal charges against the comedian mean for the 50-plus other women who have accused Cosby of rape—and whether he's likely to do time.
The 78-year-old comedian has been charged with aggravated indecent assault for allegedly drugging and penetrating a Temple University employee in 2004.
While there has been some progress on India's rape culture, it's hard to see in the rhetoric of many male (and some female) politicians.
Tribal courts can't try non-Native individuals, which means white people can commit crimes on Native American land—including sexual assault—with virtually zero repercussions.
A trial in Massachusetts hinges on whether a teenager was insane when he allegedly raped and murdered his teacher. But what does being "insane" mean, legally?
Philip Chism was 14 when he allegedly raped and murdered his math teacher before catching an afternoon showing of a Woody Allen movie.
In part two of our series, host Wilbert L. Cooper meets with survivors of Anthony Sowell's crimes, retracing the timeline of when the victims went missing and chronicling law enforcement's missteps.
Part three of our series looks into the Cleveland police force's overworked and under-resourced sex crimes department, which contributed to Sowell's ability to prey on vulnerable women for years.
In the final part of the series, host Wilbert L. Cooper meets the victims' families who are continuing to try to make sense of Sowell's crimes and the institutional failures that contributed to them.
The Anthony Sowell case was always about more than just a psycho with a penchant for raping and butchering women. But it took me a long time to see it that way.
Critics see the Chemical Castration for Sex Offenders Act as a showy reaction to rape statistics.
There are also detailed directions to get from Tijuana to Trump Tower in New York.
A Bangladeshi-American novelist's search for home in the hills and jungles of South Asia.
Did the government block a rape victim's termination out of fear she'd use the situation to stay in Australia?
We need to decide if we're actually going to do something about systemic violence against women, or just act like it.
A new lawsuit against Uber hopes to prove the company does not have the "safest rides on the road." For women, there aren't any good transportation options left.