The Supreme Court just sided with a religious group that refused to work with same-sex couples.
After the alleged assault, Airbnb got the woman a hotel, flew her home, and offered to cover health care and counseling.
One of the four striking workers has already been hospitalized.
“I got a lot to rebuild, but I feel very privileged and very lucky that I’m gonna be able to do that.”
A London police officer pleaded guilty to raping Sarah Everard. That’s just the tip of the iceberg.
As clinics close and self-managed abortion becomes more common, a first-of-its-kind fund will step in where people are facing prosecution for inducing their own abortions.
Sara Mendez-Morales hasn’t seen or spoken to her daughters in more than two years.
Landlords can now also evict people who have been accused of sexual assault.
“I have dreams, and hopes, and ambitions. Every girl graduating today does,” she said.
Continuing the long tradition of men offering to do anything else—anything at all!—rather than just go to therapy.
Over the last year, at least a dozen priests have returned to their parishes or new positions within the Church. In some cases, the Vatican has even overturned recommendations from local dioceses.