We spoke to Zahra Hankir—editor of "Our Women on the Ground," a new collection of essays by Arab women reporters—about why no one else can report on the region like Arab women can.
On Twitter, #WhyIDidntReport is a collection of stories from sexual assault survivors that mirror what research proves: Victims who come forward will face more scrutiny, stigma, and blame than their perpetrators.
A July 2018 study examines the gender discrepancy in a survey around sexual partners. We spoke with the lead author on the study about their findings.
The Magnum photographer's recent exhibition showcases his best work over the past 20 years.
The new legislation, which gained momentum following Larry Nassar's trial, requires officials to report suspected sexual abuse within 24 hours.
Will Self is the latest journalist to go on a vox-pop tour of Brexit country.
Brooklyn's now defunct Troll Hole was a zine and sex shop located in the corner of a busy laundromat. But it rarely attracted the women washing their clothes on the other side of its glittery, purple curtain.
The journalist and her cameraman kept reporting after their station flooded and the storm worsened, helping to save a truck driver's life.
Open source research tools used by security professionals can help journalists connect the dots.
Fifty people applied to live without running water, electricity or internet in one of Europe's last hermitages. But life as a hermit isn't as peaceful as it seems.
I went on a military training course to learn how to defend myself when reporting from a war zone.