The New Yorker
A Difficult, Beautiful Christmas in the Arctic Circle
adventures in the North
Can Domestic Abusers Keep Themselves Accountable When No One is Watching?
batterer-intervention programs and the pandemic
When Can a Woman Who Kills Her Abuser Claim Self-Defense?
a murder case in Poughkeepsie tests a new law
The Trial of Noor Salman and Its Shocking Disregard For Survivors of Domestic Violence
domestic violence and the Pulse night-club shooting
Was the Wife of the Pulse Shooter A Victim or An Accomplice?
a closer look
The Court Slams The Door on Abusers Owning Guns
domestic violence misdemeanors and firearms
a crisis center attempts to eradicate domestic violence homicide by predicting it before it happens
traumatic brain injury and domestic violence
The New York Times
Punch After Punch, Rape After Rape, a Murderer Was Made
With 'She Knows A Band,’ an Agent is Born
The New York Times Magazine
This American Life
a developing country goes sweatshop free—then comes to America for help
All Things Considered
Gang Rape Pervasive Across Cambodia