Why a New Domestic Abuse Law Isn't Yet Stopping Tragic Homicides
The coercive control law was a watershed moment for women’s rights in 2015, but it's not made a major difference to domestic abuse rates.
The Largest Study on School Shooters Since Columbine Found They Have a Few Key Things in Common
The first comprehensive assessment of school shooters since Columbine covered 41 shootings between 2008 and 2017.
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.
Male Domestic Abuse Survivors Describe Their Experiences
One in three survivors of domestic abuse are male, but there is comparatively little discussion of how men end up in abusive relationships and the obstacles they face when getting help.