Explore the intersection of domestic violence, regional disparities, and healthcare challenges in Nevada, highlighting policy failures and the urgent need for change.
Explore the systemic failures in California's family courts that perpetuate injustice for domestic violence survivors, including dismissive judges and a lack of transparency.
A severe shortage of court reporters in California and the rest of the nation is denying thousands of poor litigants access to justice.
Undocumented survivors of domestic violence often face a daunting set of additional hurdles when seeking help.
A new helpine in Arizona is part of a larger effort aimed at engaging perpetrators in meaningful conversations about their abusive behaviors.
When Milwaukee officials announced a new program to help police identify who is most at risk to be killed by a partner in 2014, I thought it was the answer. Despite those efforts, people keep dying. Why?
Reporters often ask people to share extremely vulnerable parts of their lives with a large audience, but how do you do so with respect and empathy to move a conversation forward?
New guide from statewide network offers community-driven alternatives.
Nisha thought that violence in a marriage was simply what every Indian wife ‘had to accept’ in her husband’s home. She was only 24.
According to a number of local experts and law enforcement officials, there are two key components to the domestic violence system that require additional support: funding and a lack of education.