If Seymour Hersh Didn't Report on Nixon's Alleged Spousal Abuse, What Else Don't We Know?

Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Seymour “Sy” Hersh has a new memoir out, Reporter, that details his role in some of the biggest stories in recent American history, including the Mai Lai massacre in Vietnam and abuses at Abu Ghraib in Iraq. In Reporter, however, Hersh also acknowledges a major story…

Jaelynn Willey, Maryland High School Shooting Victim, Dies After Being Taken Off Life Support

Jaelynn Willey, the 16-year-old girl shot at her Maryland high school earlier this week, died on Thursday evening according to a statement from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office. “Jaelynn Rose Willey died surrounded by her family,” the Sheriff’s office said. “It is with heavy hearts and great sadness we provide…

John Kelly Could Resign as White House Chief of Staff In Wake of Allegations Against Rob Porter

The White House Chief of Staff position, like so many jobs within the Trump administration, appears to be one that no man can hold for long. A little more than just six months after he replaced Reince Priebus, retired four-star marine general John Kelly is reportedly willing to resign over his handling of the domestic…

Trump Shows Sympathy for Alleged Domestic Abuser Rob Porter, Says It's 'a Very Tough Time for Him' 

How many ways can the president show that he hates women? An infinite number of ways, it seems. Today, in his first remarks since former aide Rob Porter resigned amid multiple reports of domestic abuse, Trump called Porter’s resignation “very sad.” He did not reference Porter’s alleged victims, but did indicate that…

Robert Wagner Has Been Named a 'Person of Interest' in the Death of Natalie Wood 

Well, hooo-ly shit. In a startling update to the long-mysterious case of actress Natalie Wood’s 1981 drowning death, Los Angeles County investigators have told CBS News’ 48 Hours that they believe then-husband Robert Wagner is a “person of interest” in the case, which was reopened in 2011 after initially being ruled…

Reporters Didn't Go to a Press Conference on Femicide in Minnesota Because the Super Bowl Is More Important

For the past 29 years, the Minnesota Coalition for Battered Women has released an annual Femicide Report, which publicizes domestic violence and homicide in the state. This year, the report included information about the 24 Minnesotans who died as a result of domestic violence in 2017. The report recommended increased…