When the MS Estonia sank in 1994 only one in seven people managed to make it off. But as psychologists agree, survival that night wasn't entirely about luck.
Iranian-Canadians from Edmonton to Toronto are coming together to remember their loved ones.
The women, who call themselves the "Silence Breakers," held a press conference minutes after Weinstein walked into his trial.
"They robbed me of my youth, my identity, my innocence, my self-worth," Jennifer Araoz said.
As the flood-stricken state scrambles to provide relief to the victims, fake news and misinformation are affecting the number of donations made by people.
The report names priests, deacons, nuns, and other religious figures associated with the five Roman Catholic dioceses in New Jersey — including members of religious orders.
When SWAT got there, Xaver refused to allow them access to the victims.
As the movement marks its first year of existence, we asked women how things have changed—or not—in their respective countries.
"I have not brought this up for years, until I heard this testimony—it's just breaking my heart."
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.
Australia's most diabolical serial killer built the place. Now Rebecca and Roger call it home.
“My friends used to joke that he looked like a stereotypical school shooter, and unfortunately he ended up being that.”