A woman in a ditch. A baby in a parking lot. The DNA Doe Project has the ability to identify cold case victims — so why don’t they take on every case?
He got second chance after second chance. She didn’t.
Over the past two years, at least 20 state legislatures have considered whether to ban marriage under 18. Only two have actually done it.
A heated and historic race in Georgia has drawn comparisons to 2016’s clash between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. The young women who powered Sanders’ rise say it's not that simple.
Not every kid who’s lived through a school shooting has the same cause to advance. For some, this is their chance to march in memory of classmates killed years ago. Others will avoid the protests altogether.
Emilie Morris got her high school cross-country coach to admit to sex crimes on tape. But when she unexpectedly died at age 35, the criminal case she’d fought to bring against him died, too.
On the eve of President Donald Trump’s first anniversary in office, teenage girls and their fathers are facing off in the most divided political climate since Vietnam. How one family fights through it.
Getting on your feet after prison is an uphill battle. Meet the formerly incarcerated women who are helping one another to get ahead.
Following BuzzFeed News’ reporting on Eddie Berganza and his subsequent firing, five more women in the comics industry say he harassed or inappropriately touched them, including one who says Berganza forcibly kissed her twice.
The decision came two days after Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment launched a review into revelations that Eddie Berganza was promoted despite allegations he forcibly kissed and tried to grope colleagues.
The Comics Giant Behind Wonder Woman Is Accused Of Promoting An Editor After Women Accused Him Of Sexual Harassment
At least two female employees at the publishing giant DC Comics accused a top editor of trying to forcibly kiss or grope them. He was promoted anyway. Two years later, he was accused of doing it again.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law a bill making California the first to widely recognize being nonbinary — neither male nor female — as a third legal gender option.
As free speech debates reverberate from the quad to the White House, Princeton anthropologist Carolyn Rouse is on the side of the college students who want to keep out provocative speakers.
Taylor Blanchard faced up to ten years in prison for a crime that would’ve sent men to boot camp for six months to a year. Her fight could change the fate of countless women in Wyoming.
“We need to make it easier for transgender and gender non-conforming people to live their lives as who they are,” said the coauthor of the landmark bill, which is headed to the governor's desk.
Lost amid the flurry of attention that focuses on missing white girls and women are the names of black girls who disappear. Veronica Pate's daughter, ShyShy, is one of them.
The most populous state is on track to become the first to legally recognize being nonbinary — neither male nor female — as a third gender option. Ready or not, America.
In 2014, #Girlboss became the young woman's career bible, with Sophia Amoruso its imperfect hero. Now, Amoruso is doubling down on career-focused feminism with a new media company. The only problem: Feminism has changed. A lot.
After Emilie Inman was stabbed to death in Berkeley, the online far right seized on the case, not because of the brutality of the crime but because of the suspect’s gender identity, race, and leftist activism.
"The whole concept of civil disobedience went out the fucking window," a student said. "MLK and Gandhi would be so disappointed. So disappointed!"