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Those who reported sexual abuse were sent to a county jail, the suit alleges.
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But with one huge exception—a massive spike in reported sexual assaults—the 2018 survey found only statistically insignificant increases.
A police procedural about rape cases that focuses on details without getting tedious
Hulu's Untouchable is a relentless accounting of the mogul's sexual misdeeds.
Forensic experts claim there is no way Larry Swearingen raped and killed Melissa Trotter. The state is still putting him to death.
An original movie about sexual trauma doesn't take the easy route.
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The NYPD failed to update its crime-tracking system—and underreported rape by 38 percent.
Adam Lowther, a Navy veteran and nuclear deterrence expert, lost his job and spent $300,000 fighting the allegations.
Nonetheless, a judge will let a sex trafficking complaint against Weinstein proceed.
Authorities wouldn't say whether the charges related to Donna Dalton, who was shot to death by Mitchell last August.
The president isn't the only one to use misleading data to advance an illiberal policy agenda.
Chicago Expelled a Male Student 4 Days Before Graduation Because His Ex Made a Dubious Sexual Violence Claim
He's suing the university-and the accuser.
Judy Munri-Leighton admitted to lying, and Julie Swetnick's story collapsed.
Activists assert that we must believe all alleged victims-even those who lost our trust.
Chuck Grassley Asks the Justice Department to Investigate Michael Avenatti and Julie Swetnick for False Statements
"The obvious, subsequent contradictions along with the suspicious timing of the allegations necessitate a criminal investigation."
High School Girls Admitted to Making False Sexual Assault Accusations Against a Male Student Because They 'Just Don't Like Him'
Lawyer says his client "was basically being tortured in school by the other students."
Officer First Class Ryan Macklin has since been arrested and suspended without pay.
Plus: libertarian accounts purged from Facebook?
Swetnick Shifts Story About Kavanaugh at Rape Parties as Texts and Brawls Cast Doubt on the Judge's Own Claims: Reason Roundup
Plus: more transparency among California cops and less transparency among Instagram "influencers."
We didn't get another Anita Hill hearing. Let's consider that a small silver lining.
Dramatic Accusations and Twists Accelerate Ahead of Kavanaugh and Ford Testimony Today: Reason Roundup
Plus: Is postmodernism bad?
Julie Swetnick's charge may well turn out to be untrue too, but there are some significant differences between her story and Jackie's.
New Kavanaugh Accuser Says Nominee Abetted Gang-Rape, Groped Girls, and Spiked Punch With Drugs at High-School Parties
The allegations were released on Twitter this morning by lawyer Michael Avenatti, who is asking for an FBI investigation.
From 'Believe All Victims' to 'Who Cares If It's True,' the Brett Kavanaugh Accusation Has Produced Shameful Certainty
Leftist partisans say he's guilty, conservative partisans are convinced he's innocent. How convenient.
Good intentions may backfire on campus.
This Study, 'Rape Culture and Queer Performativity at Urban Dog Parks,' Is, Uh, Real (Update: Nope)*
"Because of my own situatedness as a human...I recognize my limitations in being able to determine when an incidence of dog humping qualifies as rape."
A Male Student Was Suspended for Groping. He Says Another Guy Confessed, But Boston College Didn't Care.
An appeals court rules in favor of the accused, says college officials appeared to violate "basic fairness."