Last week, former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw was convicted on 18 charges, ranging from rape in the first degree to forced oral sodomy, after being accused of sexually assaulting 13 women. The case ended up making national headlines, and the details of how Holtzclaw raped so many women–and
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A panel determined that District Judge Jeanine Howard undermined public confidence after a controversial statement.
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A Daily Campus story alleges the university improperly uses "secret hearings" to deal with sexual assault cases involving students, and SMU fires back.
An idyllic small town confronts a controversial rape case involving four high school boys and a thirteen-year-old girl and discovers that nothing is certain—except that its children can’t escape the big-city culture of teenage sex.
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To hear some women tell it, nature created two genders, one nearly perfect and the other badly flawed. I wonder whether they’re right.
In a venerable Austin neighborhood, the laid-back residents are tormented by a menacing presence—neither they nor the police—can defeat.
In the town George Parr once dominated, a nineteen-year-old mother was gang-raped by her neighbors. In the aftermath of the crime, the old horrors of San Diego have surfaced anew.