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Campus Rape Reports Are Up, And Assaults Aren't The Only Reason

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Small Gains, But Much Left To Fix, In Campus Sexual Assault Cases

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Navy Yard Shooter Struggled With Growing Mental Issues

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In 2008, Michael Mastromarino was sentenced in a New York City courtroom for enterprise corruption, body stealing and reckless endangerment. Jesse Ward/AP hide caption

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Turning Up The Heat On Civil Rights-Era Cold Cases

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Justice In The Segregated South: A New Look At An Old Killing

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Suspect Denies Putting Ricin In Letter To Obama, Others

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Law Targets Sexual Violence On College Campuses

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Koop Turned Surgeon General's Office Into Mighty Education Platform

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