The Woman Who Says Epstein Raped Her at 15 Is Now Suing His 'Recruiter,' 'Secretary,' and 'Maid'

"They robbed me of my youth, my identity, my innocence, my self-worth," Jennifer Araoz said.


More Than 300 Catholic Clergy in New Jersey Have Been Accused of Sex Abuse, Report Says

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.


Everything we know about Florida shooting suspect Nikolas Cruz

“My friends used to joke that he looked like a stereotypical school shooter, and unfortunately he ended up being that.”


Nassar victims' father tries to attack him in court

“Give me one minute with that bastard.”


Why Black Women Are Speaking Out on Domestic Violence

When the media is silent, black women take to Twitter to tell their necessary stories.


Sexual assault survivors send $7 million invoice to Justin Trudeau and Kathleen Wynne

Sexual assault survivors shoulder the cost of legal fees, therapy, medication and lost tuition


We'll Never Forget the Music and Lives of the Oakland Fire Victims

"Even though they're gone, they can live forever, because their music is out there and that's hopeful to me."


Our New Special 'TERROR' Investigates the Five Biggest Terrorist Groups

The five-part series investigates the origins and impact of al Qaeda, al Shabaab, Boko Haram, Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan, and the Islamic State.


How Rape Complainants Are Having Their Social Media Feeds Used Against Them in Court

'Her social media posts are indicative of someone who's come to court with an agenda.'


Stockholm’s D-Beat/Crust Lords Victims Sound the Alarm on Their New LP, 'Sirens'

"It would be comfortable to sing about war, sound like Discharge, and have pictures of blown-up babies on the cover on every record, but it would also be boring. "


How 11 Black Women Fell Victim to the Cleveland Strangler

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.


How Poverty Leaves People Vulnerable to Horrific Crimes

From the mutilated corpses of the Cleveland Strangler to the castrated cadavers of the Mad Butcher, victims of Northeastern Ohio's most notorious murders have had little agency and even less money.