'He could have waited to screw me until after my MA defense.'
2017 was a mixed year for women, from #MeToo to Trump's defunding of women's health projects. Here are the top ten women's news items.
Slager shot in the back an unarmed subject who was running away—a clear-cut case of second-degree murder.
It's impossible to hold powerful people, institutions, and organizations accountable without massive legal change.
Douglas confirmed she was a victim of Larry Nassar, who faces 25 years in jail.
Republican leaders, including Trump, used the phrase "if true" when discussing allegations against Roy Moore.
Russian TV's top state ideologue suggested Weinstein and others are too harshly dealt with because today "you can present everything as harassment."
A legendary Wall Street millionaire has been accused of sexually abusing women in an $8 million penthouse dungeon.
"I think he needs to go and get counseling before someone gets killed."
They dated for four years before tying the knot.
He forced Muslim recruits to renounce their faith and perform mock beheadings.
Officers who wore cameras were no more or less likely to use force than those who did not.
Kelly's former girlfriend Kitti Jones is the latest to allege sexual abuse suffered at the hands of the chart-topping singer.
"We will stop normalizing these horrific situations," Lawrence said.
Will The Academy move to address accusations against other members?
Fearful of lawsuits, universities have banned students under 18 from interning in labs or volunteering in clinics.
Dan Gilbert said he didn't realize how much racism there was in the U.S.
Among the stressors survivors were exposed to: starvation, overcrowding, infectious diseases, strenuous physical activity and physical and emotional abuse.
Cardinal George Pell, Australia's highest-ranking Catholic and the third-highest-ranking official at the Vatican.
The girl was 8 years old when her uncle raped her.
The camp is one of two Australian facilities for processing asylum seekers criticised by human rights bodies.