Reporting To You X
Skip To Content

Archive

November 7, 2017

Why The Menendez Brothers Never Got A Fair Hearing

Law & Order can’t solve all of the mysteries that haunt the Menendez case, but NBC’s series is finally asking the right questions about abuse, institutional power, and who shapes the narratives of “true” crime.

This Man Pranked Eric Trump And Harvey Weinstein — Now He Just Wants A Job

The man behind @Sinon_Reborn has email pranked a who's who of 2017 notable figures including Harvey Weinstein, Anthony Scaramucci, Eric Trump, and Ann Coulter. But after some sloppy security measures exposed his full name and contact information, 39-year-old James Linton is calling it quits.

18 Things That'll Make Your Feet Smell So Much Better

It's time to perform a stink exorcism on your feet. (Hey! While we try to keep our posts updated as much as we can, this post is actually from 2017, so we can't guarantee that the pricing and/or availability of the products featured are accurate. For our most up-to-date recommendations, check out the 2018 version of this post!)

This Man Chased Down The Texas Shooter

According to multiple reports, Willeford, a former NRA instructor, was woken from a nap and told of the shooting by his daughter while at his home close to the church. His immediate reaction was to grab his rifle and run out the door.

À Viols femmes informations, on détricote la culture du viol, appel après appel

C’est une autre des conséquences de l’affaire Weinstein: les appels à Viols Femmes Informations ont triplé. Depuis plus de trente ans, cette ligne téléphonique est la seule dédiée spécifiquement aux violences sexuelles. Un travail colossal qui, en plus d’aider les victimes, permet de mieux comprendre la stratégie des agresseurs.

Flash Briefing For November 7, 2017

Hoaxes are going around about the Texas church shooting, chef José Andrés and the Trump administration are fighting over Puerto Rico, how to fix that strange bug on your iPhone, and at least 24 women who sold Lularoe have filed for bankruptcy.

Many Mass Shooters Have A History Of Domestic Violence

Many mass shootings involve family members. Women in abusive relationships are five times more likely to be killed if their partner owns a gun. But no one knows whether abusive partners are at a higher risk of shooting unrelated people.

back to top