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Anti-violence activists say the so-called “slapping law” will leave abuse victims even more at risk.
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Shining light on domestic violence, mental health, and helping others.
HAYMARKET, VIRGINIA ― On a recent trip to Target, Lorena Bobbitt struggled to use the computer at the digital photo center. She was trying, unsucce fully, to put her 11-year-old daughter's picture on...
And the numbers keep rising until late January.
Every year, on the anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, the country remembers. We must. No one wants to accept the normalization of the heinous events that took place on that Dece...
The women are in a critical but stable condition.
Starting in 2017, hairdre ers in Illinois will learn how to recognize signs of domestic violence in their clients, as well as where to refer them for support services. That's thanks to new legislation...
We've come a long way. It's nowhere near far enough.
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It doesn't discriminate among economic class, education, ethnicity or sexuality.
Angela Jay was stabbed 11 times by a man she met on Tinder.
It's not okay to watch someone being abused and ignore it.
The government needs to wake up and smell the coffee.
More than 100 Telstra employees have taken leave specifically for domestic violence victims.
'I know that I shouldn't be ashamed. But I am.'