Bloom was a stanch advocate for women's rights before advising the Hollywood producer accused of sexual misconduct.
It took fully one hour and 20 minutes from the first sounds of gunfire for the cops to breach the doorway.
Savvy investors bid up the share price of gun makers in anticipation of increased demand, increased sales, and thus better short-term profits.
440,095 Americans died from gun violence between 2001 and 2014. Just 3,412 died from terrorist attacks.
Neil Buchanan writes that the Constitution is wholly consistent with limiting or banning all kinds of arms and prohibiting the bearing of legal guns.
The Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights released Title IX guidance as part of a "dear colleague" letter in 2011.
A 25-year public health survey shows how conflicts in the Middle East and beyond have led to a surge in violence, self-harm and mental illness.
The gun lobby still declines to say whether Yanez should have been acquitted.
The Columbia alumnus, who was accused of sexual assault, had filed the lawsuit more than two years ago.
Cardinal George Pell, Australia's highest-ranking Catholic and the third-highest-ranking official at the Vatican.
"This issue can affect any young person," a Cosby spokesperson said, adding that "it also affects married men."
Twitter users said they could relate to Comey's account of being trapped by a powerful, demanding man.
Politicians attacking or threatening journalists is an issue that's currently at the center of a national debate, after the Republican was charged with misdemeanor assault.
Thursday's Republican victory for an open House of Representatives seat turned out to be a hyper-interpreted microcosm of America's crazy national moment, complete with a "body slam" that sent a reporter to the hospital.
Assange has been put at risk by film-maker's failure to abide by conditions.
The incident—and subsequent investigation—revolved around a black man who had moved in with a white woman in Port Richey, a town on Florida's Gulf Coast, angering racist locals.
The president of the University of Texas at Austin called the results of the survey a "wake-up call."
Seven police officers were sentenced to two years in jail each for assaulting a protester in 2014.
Kellyanne Conway, Sean Spicer, Reince Priebus and the president himself all claim the press is lying about the size of crowds at the inauguration.