The Nigerian army said today that it rescued 200 girls and 93 women from an area of the Sambisa Forest where Boko Haram has a stronghold. The army says it “cannot confirm” that the rescued girls include any of the 276 students who were kidnapped from Chibok in April of last year.
The Best President Ever has canceled a trip to Switzerland over threats that he'd be charged with war crimes for ordering torture of political prisoners.
The 24-Carat Campbell video game — in which you throw pebbles and diamonds at a cartoon version of Naomi — is not especially fun to play, but that's not the point.
In the news today: A study of Swaziland women finds people don't know most rapes aren't committed by strangers. Another piece says rape is a war crime being committed in Colombia, and often not reported.
While Bristol and Sarah Palin were giving a joint interview to Fox News' Greta Van Susteren that was interesting for its honesty, Japan's Finance Minister gave a blotto public address that got him booted.
Samira Ahmed Jassim al-Azzawi has been accused of recruiting more than 80 Iraqi women as suicide bombers, though she only admits to around 30. How did she do it?
Anderson Cooper turned up on last night's 60 Minutes with a disturbing report about the Congolese civil war, specifically, the epidemic of violence against women in the form of almost unimaginable rape and torture. (Guns and knives in women's vaginas, people.) Although the epidemic of assaults is old news for some,…