Here’s How Amateur Sleuths And Police Investigators Used DNA Websites To Find The Golden State Killer
The Golden State Killer’s genome was shared with cold-case experts years ago, and genealogy sleuths have been working ever since to figure out his identity. Here’s how his name was finally revealed.
This Police Force Is Considered Progressive, But Women And Disciplinary Reports Tell A Different Story
Men defacing the women’s bathroom, threatening to post nude pictures of female cops, and dating teenage girls: The San Antonio Police Department has been praised for reforms, but female cops told BuzzFeed News the gender gap remains.
These Are The Extreme Dangers Facing Men Who Exchange Sex For Shelter
In the second part of BuzzFeed News' gay sex-for-rent investigation, men speak out about the extreme violence and danger they face, as charities describe the shocking scale of the problem. “There’s never a time when I don’t think this could be it,” said one gay man. "I could lose my life."
A College Student Was Found Not Guilty In A Rare Campus Rape Trial. Here's Why The Case Is A Big Deal.
Yale University student Saifullah Khan was found not guilty of four counts of sexual assault. His attorneys used the alleged victim's "scanty" Halloween costume, how much she drank, and texts she sent as evidence that their encounter was consensual.
This Is Why Harriet Harman Wants To Stop Rape Complainants Being Questioned On Their Sexual History
"I think what you have here is a battle between the actual reality that women are facing and those who are seeking to defend the system in a way which is completely indefensible," Harman told BuzzFeed News.