The investigation into Charles Emery, 82, Thomas Emery, 80, and Edwin Emery, 78, has found that the brothers sexually abused at least two and possibly three generations of women in their family.
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 Minneapolis woman was fatally shot last Saturday night after police responded to her calls.
Some of those found guilty were also convicted of rape, organized transnational crime and forcible detention leading to death.
The controversial leader has repeatedly referenced raping women despite widespread condemnation.
The United Nations recently released data showing a third of women globally have experienced sexual and/or physical violence, with much of it coming from their intimate partners.
"This issue can affect any young person," a Cosby spokesperson said, adding that "it also affects married men."
The girl was 8 years old when her uncle raped her.
The 2014 Rolling Stone article was widely discredited and eventually retracted by the magazine, leading to a major lawsuit.
Twitter users said they could relate to Comey's account of being trapped by a powerful, demanding man.
At least four states in addition to Georgia still have rape laws on the books that define the crime using language that excludes some victims, according to a Newsweek review.
The victim suffers from a partial mental disability, according to lawyers.
In 2002, Conservative candidate Peter Cuthbertson wrote in a blog that a woman's promiscuity was relevant in rape cases.
It was not the first time Duterte has made a joke about rape.
Crime reports are falling disproportionately in immigrant-heavy neighborhoods.
Assange has been put at risk by film-maker's failure to abide by conditions.
"Their story isn't over," reads a tweet announcing that the controversial series will be back with a second season.
The attack sparked nationwide outrage and led to India's parliament passing new anti-rape laws.
"Consent requires affirmative consent," Biden told George Mason University students.
Judge Thomas Low said "great men sometimes do bad things" when sentencing Mormon bishop Keith Robert Vallejo to prison.
The president of the University of Texas at Austin called the results of the survey a "wake-up call."
A gang has been posing as taxi drivers, picking up and raping unsuspecting women.