The rise in people seeking emergency medical care after sexual assault outpaces the growth of law enforcement reporting, a study finds.
The findings suggest that intimate partner violence “is a prevalent and chronic health problem” for many young sexual and gender minorities assigned male at birth.
New research compares police officer training and rates of fatal police violence in 18 countries. The US stands out.
As violent crime decreases, so does an area’s death rate from heart disease, a new analysis of data from Chicago shows.
The probability of physical abuse decreased by 14% when comparing children who were spanked (22%) with those who were not (8%).
Following the mass shooting at an elementary school in Texas, teachers and parents are wondering how to talk to kids. An expert offers some advice.
It’s been two years since Derek Chauvin killed George Floyd during a police stop. What has changed—and what still needs to be done? Two law professors weigh in.
An expert explains the rising number of hate crimes in the US as well as white nationalist violence after the recent mass shooting in Buffalo, New York.
New research compares two treatment programs for men convicted of domestic violence. The newer model, ACTV, performed better.
Researchers propose a path for reckoning with Indigenous sovereignty and U.S. public lands through place names in national parks.