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Self-professed neo-Nazi convicted of first-degree murder in car-ramming that killed Heather Heyer and injured dozens others

A jury of seven women and five men took just over seven hours to reach its decision

A court said the ‘wolf pack’ case in Spain was nonconsensual sex, not rape. People are demanding justice.

The case involves a group of men videotaping themselves sexually assaulting an 18-year-old

Forced sterilizations of Indigenous women in Canada are nothing short of genocide

They must end now

After an Indian woman tried to report her assault to police, her attackers set her on fire

In India, reporting sexual assault can result in being ignored, harassed or worse

‘Say Her Name’ documents the aftermath of Sandra Bland’s death. Does it go far enough?

Black audiences may wonder whether the filmmakers can aptly deliver the story of a young black activist

A transgender woman is challenging Chicago’s definition of the female breast

Performance artist Bea Sullivan-Knoff is speaking out about a city ban she says is unconstitutional

In landmark case, judge rules that federal ban on female genital mutilation is unconstitutional

Among other things, he said FGM must be regulated by the states, not Congress

Chaos erupted at the border. These photos of women and children fleeing tear gas captured it.

The images have sparked fierce backlash from Trump critics