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Trump declares April a month of action on sexual assault

“This includes supporting victims, preventing future abuse, and prosecuting offenders to the full extent of the law,” a statement from the White House read.

Senior navy officials accused of interfering in sexual assault investigation

The disclosure came the same day that the Department of Defense reported an increase last year in allegations of sexual assault at the US Naval and Army academies.

Donald Trump Blamed a Microphone for His Sexual Assault Brag. It’s...

“The microphones, I mean to be honest, should, you know, should never have been on.”

Donald Trump, Jr. Thinks Women Who are Harassed at Work Should...

“You don’t belong in the workforce.”

Friend Of Stanford Rapist Blamed Victim, Urged Judge Not To Be...

“I don’t think it’s fair to base the fate of the next ten years of this life on the decision of a girl who doesn’t remember anything but the amount she drank to press charges.”

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The proposed reduction in the corporate tax rate from 21% to 15% would result in massive tax savings for the largest U.S. companies, benefiting wealthy shareholders while neglecting workers and public investments.

Clarence Thomas faces fresh scrutiny over undisclosed luxury trips funded by billionaire

This has prompted renewed calls for his resignation and demands for stricter ethics reforms for the highest court in the land.

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The first two years of Russia’s invasion resulted in greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to the annual emissions of 175 individual countries, further intensifying the global climate emergency.

Supreme Court upholds access to abortion pill

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