Published: June 27, 2021
A Tour de France official says the organization will sue a spectator who caused a pileup of cyclists by stepping into their path in the first stage of the race Saturday. The crash was the first of two as the famed bicycle race returned to its spot on the sports calendar following last years delay because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Published: June 14, 2021
After four years of beatings, humiliation and sexual abuse, María de Jesús mustered the courage to leave the man who would punch her in the face for even changing her clothes to go outside, saying she could only look pretty for him.
Published: December 08, 2020
Civil society activists say that women commonly face online violence in Asian countries but for many victims, fear and distrust make reporting these attacks to authorities "often the last resort," a new UN Women study has found.
Published: September 15, 2020
Jeanne Huet and Marion Canneval had planned the perfect Tuesday. The two best friends would meet up for lunch at a cafe, stroll through the Tuileries Garden and end up at an art museum. They decided on the Musée d'Orsay.
Published: September 13, 2020
From her home in the Philadelphia suburbs, Nin Bell works for an answering service, taking calls from people trying to reach more than 10,000 funeral homes and end-of-life companies. As the coronavirus began to sweep the country earlier this year, the number of calls related to new deaths tripled.