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.
Why Brutal Domestic Violence Is Dismissed as 'Role Play'
Disgraced ex-NY attorney general Eric Schneiderman masqueraded as feminist and suggested he just liked weird sex. Neither was the truth.
An NYPD Cop Explains How Police Interactions with the Mentally Ill Go Wrong
We caught up with a Brooklyn cop about the tragic killing of Saheed Vassell. Obviously race is in play in cases like this one, but the officer also had harsh words for NYPD training on mental illness.
We Know Student Walkouts Can Change America Because They Have Before
As Parkland survivors and student activists geared up for a nationwide walkout, veterans of past protests put the moment in perspective.
What It's Like to Rebound as a Young, Homeless Mother
With affordable housing facing a crunch under Trump, it's harder than ever for young families to cope. Still, some find the support they need.
A Grisly New Year's Killing Shows How Little We Know About Murder-Suicides
After a 26-year-old mother was stabbed to death and her husband found hanging from a tree, experts and advocates pointed to glaring cracks in the system.
How #MeToo Could Put Powerful Sexual Predators in Prison
So far the fallout from a national outcry over sexual harassment and assault has mostly been damaging to reputations and careers. What about prosecution?
Uzbek Muslims Are Living in Fear After the New York Terrorist Attack
New to the city and relatively unknown even to other Muslims, this growing community is already experiencing a backlash.
What Cops Should Do When Neo-Nazis Come to Town
Police are taking heat after a woman was killed and many more injured in Charlottesville. We asked experts how to prevent another tragedy next time.
The War on Human Trafficking Looks a Lot Like the War on Sex Work
Advocates say vice squads around the country are still targeting sex workers despite an infusion of federal cash and hyped plans to stamp out trafficking.
The Lawyers Trying to Get Their Clients Sent to Jail
Public defenders in New York City are actually trying to get immigrant clients sent to Rikers to avoid the feds—and deportation.
Bill Cosby's Trial Is Already Showing How Twisted America Is
The disgraced comedian's sexual assault trial has barely started, and it's already revealed the bizarre way in which juries are selected and justice gets meted out.