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Now Casting ‘Gailforce’ and Other Upcoming Auditions

Talent is currently being sought for the film “Gailforce.” “Gailforce” follows six young women who’ve been victims of sex crimes, who are recruited to join a special ops unit designed to battle these crimes and other world atrocities. Show More Summary

New Policy Will Reportedly Allow Families of U.S. Hostages to Pay Ransom

19 hours agoNews : Slate: The Slatest

A White House-ordered review of United States policy towards foreign kidnappings will recommend that the families of victims be allowed to negotiate with and pay ransom to kidnappers, ABC reports: "There will be absolutely zero chance...Show More Summary

Huckabee: U.S. Moving Toward ‘Criminalization Of Christianity’

Mike Huckabee is running for president as a victim of Christian discrimination. The United States is moving toward “criminalization of Christianity” as a result of legalizing same-sex marriage, Mike Huckabee told a group of conservative pastors in a conference call organized by the Family Research Council. “I think it’s fair to say that Christian convictions [...]

New Approaches to Identify and Treat Suicidal Adolescents

Suicide remains the second leading cause of death for adolescents in the United States. This year nearly 5,000 adolescents will be the victims of suicide and over 500,000 will make a suicide attempt that will require an emergency room visit. Show More Summary

Did Pa. first-grader bring heroin to school?

5 days agoNews / Crime : Crimesider

Philly first-grader believed to have brought bags of heroin to school was taken away by the Special Victims Unit

NYPD Officer: Superiors Falsely Accused Me of Stealing Bees

last weekNews : Mediaite

Today we learned that New York City Police Department has an official bee containment unit who responds to bee complaints. We also learned that they can allegedly be the victims of office politics.

Church Of Bacon Is Victim Of Discrimination, Wells Fargo Refused To Notarize Affidavit

The United Church of Bacon, based in Las Vegas, Nevada, is claiming their rights were a victim of discrimination at the hands of Wells Fargo Bank. John Whiteside, a retired pilot with United Airlines and a former combat pilot, visited...Show More Summary

United Nations: Afghanistan's Courts Don't Aid the Women Who Need Them

A new report released by the United Nations says that those who are most in need of a functioning Afghani judicial system—women who are victims of violence—receive the least amount of help from it, reports the Los Angeles Times. Read more...

U.N. says Afghanistan's court system fails women

The United Nations says Afghanistan's court system is failing to provide adequate access to women who are victims of violence.

Bobby Flay Responds To Cheating Rumors

Bobby Flay has found himself in some pretty hot water following the news that he and his wife, former Law & Order: Special Victims Unit star, Stephanie March, were headed for divorce. According to a previous report by the Inquisitr, the split between Bobby Flay and Stephanie March has been a long time coming. Show More Summary

Germanwings crash families could seek damages in the U.S.: lawyer

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Families of the victims of the Germanwings crash are considering filing a claim for damages in the United States if they cannot reach agreement with parent airline Lufthansa in Germany, a lawyer representing the families said on Sunday.

Families of Holocaust Victims Sue France for War Crimes in US Court

Descendants of Holocaust victims have filed a lawsuit in the United States accusing France's national railway (SNCF) of seizing the property of tens of thousands of Jews and others sent to Nazi concentration camps from France.

Women are more likely to be physically assaulted in developed countries, study shows

Women in developed countries -- like the United States -- are actually more likely to be physically assaulted than women in developing countries, a new study suggests. Using data from the International Crime Victimization Survey from...Show More Summary

Families of victims killed by cops unite in NY

2 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

The death of Walter Scott has ripped open the wounds of people whose loved ones have suffered a similar fate.

Dance Moms’ Christi Lukasiak Defends Kelly Hyland In Abby Lee Miller Assault Victory! Plus, Paige And Brooke Hyland Opening Their Own Dance Studio?

Former Dance Moms victims unite! Last week Kelly Hyland scored a victory against Abby Lee Miller when the assault charges against her were dismissed! Cheering on Kelly’s victory is Christi Lukasiak, mom of Chloe, who stated that if viewers...Show More Summary

U.S. man accused in worldwide online child sex exploitation case

(Reuters) - A federal grand jury has handed down new child sexual exploitation charges against a California man who investigators now suspect obtained sexually explicit images of more than 300 underage victims from the United States and worldwide. Show More Summary

The Barely Remembered Gay Victims of the Nazi Concentration Camps

When the world gathers at Auschwitz and other places across Europe and the United States on Tuesday to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day and the 70 th anniversary of the liberation of the camp, there will be a void. On June...Show More Summary

An Interview With Shawn Partridge on Violence Against Native Women

Native women in the United States are 2.5 times more likely to be victims of sexual assault. Shawn Partridge is too familiar with this reality. She has served as the Program Director of the Family Violence Prevention Program of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation for nearly three years. Show More Summary

U.S. pledges $507 million for victims of Syria crisis

KUWAIT (Reuters) - The United States pledged $507 million towards addressing the humanitarian crisis in Syria, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power told an international summit in Kuwait on Tuesday.

U.S. not liable for alleged SEC negligence in Stanford fraud: court

By Jonathan Stempel (Reuters) - A federal appeals court said on Monday the United States is not liable to victims of Allen Stanford's fraud who claimed that the Securities and Exchange Commission was incompetent for having taken too long to uncover the swindler's $7.2 billion Ponzi scheme. Show More Summary

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