The latest news on sexual abuse
Report found it costs U.S. $124 billion a year; overall price tag similar to diabetes, stroke
People with certain disorders might be more vulnerable to violence, says American Academy of Neurology
At least five states may strengthen laws requiring teachers and coaches to report abuse.
Why, in the 21st century, does this country still struggle with matters of gender and sex?
Sen. Bob Casey calls for urgent hearings on U.S. laws governing child sex abuse.
No institution should protect or defend child abusers.
They are four times more likely to experience sexual violence, study says
Though she may not be innocent in character, the maid who accused Dominique Strauss-Kahn of sexual assault is still a victim.
But such alcohol abuse may put them at risk for sexual victimization and post-traumatic stress
The Department of Education released new guidelines to help administrators deal with sexual violence.