Let’s just say that six-term U.S. Rep. Gus Bilirakis does not have a track record of using his seat in Congress to promote legislation addressing key issues affecting women.
The AP has published an investigation into sexual assault cases on U.S. military bases where children have been assaulted by other children. Apparently, neither the military or the Justice Department are doing anything about it.
A list of some of Donald Trump’s closest friends, longtime confidants, and trusted political associates.
Missouri’s Republican Gov. Eric Greitens continues to deny allegations that he threatened to blackmail a woman he had bound with tape and blindfolded during a sexual encounter in 2015.
How much do you make a year? Interesting. Now here are the reported salaries and estimated personal wealth of 10 men who have been fired, suspended, or publicly disgraced after reports of serial abuse and harassment—conduct that often took place over a period of decades in which their behaviors were well known within…
Violence against women is escalating across Mexico. At least 263 women were murdered in Mexico State alone last year. But despite this growing epidemic, activists claim the Mexican government isn’t taking the issue seriously enough.
Life comes at you fast. For me, for you, and for Candice Jackson, deputy assistant secretary in the Office for Civil Rights. On Wednesday, Jackson was quoted in The New York Times claiming that “90 percent” of rape accusations made on college campuses were not actually rape.
Retired Pennsylvania politician William Spingler was convicted this week of repeatedly groping his 103–year–old mother–in–law while visiting her in a nursing home.
Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo has joined a growing chorus of voices warning that the Trump administration’s harsh immigration tactics are silencing victims of rape and other violent crimes.
President Donald Trump, who once admitted to using his fame to accost women without their consent, stepped up on Wednesday to defend embattled Fox News host Bill O’Reilly, who’s also reportedly a serial abuser of women.
A recent campaign launched by UN Women in Mexico and the Mexico City government seeks to educate Metro riders about sexual violence against women—and has attracted worldwide attention for how it’s doing it.