New Report Exposes How Schools Dismiss Rape as 'Hazing' or 'Bullying'
In an expansive investigation on student sexual assault, the Associated Press discovered about 17,000 official reports of sexual violence by students in grades K-12 over a recent four-year period.
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North Carolina's 'Bathroom Bill' Could Cost the State More Than $3 Billion
The Associated Press's new analysis tallied up every major project that's been canceled in the state specifically because of HB2.
FBI Agent Posing as Journalist to Deliver Malware to Suspect Was Fine, Says DOJ
A review of the controversial operation concludes FBI didn't break policy, but rules are stricter now.
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This morning, Bernie Sanders denies Hillary Clinton has won the Democratic nomination, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives in DC, Axl Rose asks Google to remove "fat" photos of him, and more.
Crying Jordan Photographer is Not Sad That the Meme Exists
"And it is funny. I'm sorry."
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The Shrimp Industry's Slave Labor Problem Is Even Worse Than We Thought
A further investigation has revealed that global restaurants and stores—including supposedly conscientious retailers like Whole Foods—are also selling shrimp peeled by slaves.
A New Report Shows How Often Cops Sexually Assault Civilians
A new Associated Press investigation revealed that from 2009 to 2014, 1,000 police officers were stripped of their badges due to sexual misconduct
How Illegal Homebrewing in Teetotaling Saudi Arabia Changed My Life
I am the founder of The Brooklyn Brewery, but I owe my success in the beer business to an unlikely country, Saudi Arabia, where people have been publicly whipped and sometimes beheaded for producing and selling alcoholic beverages.
One Million Minutes of Archive Footage Reveals Scientists Ahead of Their Times
Associated Press and British Movietone put one million minutes of history on YouTube, including plenty of science moments.
15 Media Companies Are Testing News-Gathering Drones in Virginia
The New York Times, Associated Press, USA Today, Washington Post, and others are all training their photographers to use drones.
My Dad's Long, Frustrating Battle with the US Government to Learn About His Own Kidnapping
My dad was a journalist when he was kidnapped by Islamic militants in Beirut in 1985, three months before I was born. But it's American laws that have made figuring out what happened a nightmare.
What the Mueller Report Doesn't Have to Tell Us
The NFL's blue-ribbon report effectively exonerated itself for its conduct surrounding Ray Rice's suspension. That's not even what's most ridiculous about it.