In March 2012, a human rights organization’s documentary about a central African despot became the most viral video of all time, and the ensuing furor resulted in its leader’s bizarre public meltdown. On the second anniversary of the phenomenon, everyone involved is still figuring out what it all means.
“The school made me feel like I didn’t matter and what happened to me wasn’t a big deal,” one recent grad said. Students and alumni filed federal complaints against Berkeley on Wednesday.
Prince Shembo said Saturday that he was the Fighting Irish football player accused of assaulting Lizzy Seeberg, who committed suicide 10 days after coming forward.
The Bright Eyes singer said the xoJane commenter who detailed their alleged encounter 10 years ago made “despicable, false, outrageous, and defamatory statements.”
Photographer Aaron Lavinsky captures the faces — and bruises — of young competitors at a tournament in western Washington.
Prosecutors in Missoula County allegedly told one woman whose 5-year-old daughter was sexually assaulted, “Boys will be boys.”
A hijacked flight from Addis Ababa to Rome was “forced to proceed” to Geneva International Airport early Monday morning.The arrested hijacker was actually the co-pilot of the plane.
Glenn Greenwald and three other journalists who reported on leaked documents from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden are among this year’s George Polk Award recipients.
Jamie Carrillo, whose former basketball coach was arrested last week, described the impact of her years of alleged abuse on Katie.
“If it’s not loud and clear, it’s not consent. It’s sexual assault.”