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A 15-year-old migrant teen said she was sexually assaulted by a Border Patrol agent. The complaint is under investigation.

The latest allegations come as overcrowded detention facilities face mounting scrutiny

A woman successfully gave birth to twin boys through IVF — but they weren’t hers, a lawsuits alleges

What’s more, DNA testing showed that the newborns were not related to each other

What to know about the new sex trafficking charges against Jeffrey Epstein

Prosecutors said the alleged crimes, including the abuse of dozens of female minors, occurred between 2002 and 2005

Judge said a college-bound teen from a ‘good family’ should not be tried as an adult for sexual assault

The teen boy allegedly sent a text to his friends that read, ‘When your first time having sex was rape’

I was fired after I told my boss I’m transgender. The Supreme Court should ensure that doesn’t happen to anyone else.

A landmark case could finally recognize that federal law protects us from discrimination in the workplace

An Alabama woman was shot in the stomach while pregnant. She was charged in the death of the fetus.

Marshae Jones, 27, was indicted on manslaughter charges Wednesday in the loss of her pregnancy

Georgia’s ‘heartbeat bill’ was just challenged in court. Why did it take so long?

Almost every other state abortion ban was challenged weeks ago

The fate of Missouri’s only abortion clinic now rests with an independent state agency. Here’s what to know.

The Administrative Hearing Commission is made up of four people. One could decide whether Missouri becomes the first state in more than 40 years without access to abortion.

When her estranged husband was released on bail, she took his guns, fearing for her life. Then, she was arrested.

Taylor Irby spent six days and five nights in jail before she was released late last week