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Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged co-conspirator, lived a quiet life in a seaside town in New England, neighbors say

She went by 'G' rather than her distinctive first name, according to neighbors, and kept largely to herself

‘There’s a ticking clock’: Adult victims of child sex abuse in N.Y. have one year to sue. That might not be enough time.

Alleged victims say they must now grapple with a choice they never thought they’d have to make

Tennessee lawmakers are weighing an abortion bill that’s probably unconstitutional. One Republican says that’s the point.

The bill, being weighed by state lawmakers, would essentially ban abortion as soon as a woman knows she’s pregnant

Epstein’s death has far-reaching legal consequences, despite the fact that his criminal case will be dismissed

According to court documents, Epstein’s alleged crimes were enabled by a vast conspiracy of facilitators and recruiters

Caregivers bullied a 91-year old woman with dementia on video, a lawsuit says. They’ve been fired and charged.

Brayan Cortez and Jamie Montesa were charged with disorderly conduct

After Epstein’s death, is Ghislaine Maxwell now prosecutors’ target?

Epstein’s accusers call her his protector and procurer

Lily Lines: What happens next in the Jeffrey Epstein case

Plus, how sex ed is changing across the United States

An American traveler and her son visited Egypt. Now she’s in jail there for allegedly criticizing the government on Facebook.

When Reem Mohamed Desouky’s brother, Nour, visited her, he was also jailed

Her rape kit sat untested for over 20 years. She’s fighting to make sure that stops happening — and her efforts are paying off.

Since 2005, Lavinia Masters has been working to change laws in Texas surrounding the rape kit backlog

Moms who allege child abuse are much more likely to lose custody, study finds

‘You’re just in a trap, and it’s a gendered trap’