domestic violence

10.11.19

Intimate Partner Violence Is More Common Than You Think

A brutal attack in Tennessee serves as a grim reminder of how commonplace such violence is in the United States.

9.27.19

Mississippi Cops Fatally Shot an Undocumented Man They Mistook for a Domestic Violence Suspect

Now, the city is trying to avoid a lawsuit by arguing he doesn't have any constitutional rights.

8.27.19

Women Violently Choked by Partners Are Later Killed—But Doctors Miss the Signs

Physical signs of strangulation in cases of domestic violence are not as obvious as we’re led to believe—so victims can suffer lethal related injuries and are seven times likelier to later die of homicide.

7.9.19

Sleep Deprivation Can Be a Weapon in the Hands of an Abusive Partner

Unlike other types of physical abuse, sleep deprivation doesn’t leave a mark.

7.3.19

Twitter Pushed Adverts for Spyware to Monitor Girlfriends

The app heavily suggested spying on a girlfriend without her consent.

12.11.18

Fortnite Gamer Arrested After Allegedly Assaulting Girlfriend on Livestream

Other gamers called the police after witnessing the incident.

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12.6.18

Half of Canadians killed by domestic violence belong to vulnerable groups

Racism and remoteness are barriers to getting help, new report says

12.6.18

Kareem Hunt and a Sports World that Ignores Domestic Violence Victims

Sports culture still does not see the female victims of star male athletes as valuable—and it shows.

11.6.18

Saskatchewan introduces 'Clare's Law' to prevent domestic violence

New legislation will allow people to request information about their partner’s violent past

10.26.18

Full Transcript of XXXTentacion Domestic Abuse Recording Released

The full recording captures the late controversial rapper admitting to instances of violence and domestic abuse and discussing his struggles with suicidal thoughts and trauma.

10.4.18

Where the Idea of False Rape Accusations Really Comes From

Donald Trump and his Adult Son keep trying to foment a #MeToo backlash. Shocker: They're lying.

7.12.18

Domestic violence and gang victims will now be turned away at the border, report says

"Our laws do not offer protection against instances of violence based on personal, private conflict," the new instructions from the DOJ say.

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