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In Russia there is an old saying, “He doesn’t love you unless he beats you.”
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While the success of South Asians in the Silicon Valley tech sector gets a lot of ink, not much is written or known about the spouses of these tech workers who come on dependent visas. Two journalists set out to change that.
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"My name is Uma. I am a domestic violence survivor, and this is my story."
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The pandemic has brought into sharp focus what has been called the shadow pandemic: the staggering rise of domestic violence incidents across the world.
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Moms talk about what it’s like to be pregnant in jail, and about their lives before and after incarceration.
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This article was produced with support from the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism’s 2021 Domestic Violence Impact Reporting Fund.
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Maiya Ossipova was a divorced woman in her early forties with three kids when she met her future American husband on a dating website.
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A murder case that was a focus of The Enquirer’s series last month about domestic violence ended Monday with Marcus Reed going to prison for 15 years to life for the April 2020 death of Patricia Woods, a Westwood mother of two young children.
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Dressed in neat scrubs, Akima Adams, 23, stood small and slight before the judge.
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This special report was underwritten in part with a grant from the University of Southern California's Annenberg Center for Health Journalism and its 2021 Domestic Violence Impact Reporting Fund....

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