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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 Raised Hand

a crisis center attempts to eradicate domestic violence homicide by predicting it before it happens


No Visible Bruises

traumatic brain injury and domestic violence


The New York Times

Punch After Punch, Rape After Rape, a Murderer Was Made

Life: An Unspooling

With 'She Knows A Band,’ an Agent is Born


The New York Times Magazine


How You Doin’ Baby


This American Life


Dreams of Distant Factories

a developing country goes sweatshop free—then comes to America for help


All Things Considered


Gang Rape Pervasive Across Cambodia

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