Democratic 2016 presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton was forced by a female voter to respond to rape and sexual assault accusations against her husband, former President Bill Clinton, during a campaign event in New Hampshire on Thursday.
In a clip from the event posted to YouTube, the unidentified woman asked Clinton: "You say that all rape victims should be believed, but would you say that about Juanita Broaddrick, Kathleen Willey and Paula Jones? Should we believe them as well?"
Without skipping a beat, Clinton responded: "Well, I would say that everybody should be believed at first until they are disbelieved on evidence." more >>
A network of over 1,100 Christian nuns have reportedly been dressing as prostitutes and infiltrating brothels around the world in a mission to save victims of sex trafficking.
"I'm not trying to be sensational, but I'm trying to underscore the fact this is a world that has lost innocence ... where dark forces are active," John Studzinski, the investment banker and philanthropist who chairs the Talitha Kum network, told Reuters.
"These are problems caused by poverty and equality, but it goes well beyond that." more >>
Michelle Williams is proving that even Grammy Award winning singers can struggle with unwarranted criticism after she engaged in a heated exchange with a social media spectator.
"Wtf happen to her she got Skinty," one person commented on the 35-year-old singer's Instagram picture.
The gospel singer from the Destiny's Child music group chose to respond with a heated comment of her own. more >>
The Islamic State terror group, which publicly justifies and brags about raping Yazidi sex-slaves, has reportedly traded women and young girls for as little as 10 cigarettes.
Activist and director of media at the University of Duhok, Khidher Domle, told NBC News that some women are "sold for weapons, or for just $10, or 10 cigarettes."
Domle, who's interviewed dozens of escaped Yazidis in Iraq, said it helps to learn about their use of sex-slaves, adding that the women are often sold three or four times to different IS fighters on the battlefield. more >>
It wasn't enough for Sadie Robertson to get her father's approval for a new faith inspired tattoo, the 18-year-old "Duck Dynasty" star also had to explain her decision to the world.
"I fully understand tattoos are not for everyone," Robertson wrote in an Instagram post debuting the word "fearless" tattooed on her arm. "Allow me to explain ... for every summer camp I went to throughout my life I wrote down the word anxiety for my biggest struggle. Fear began to consume me."
Sadie, the granddaughter of Duck Commander founder Phil Robertson and daughter of the company's CEO Willie Robertson, who heads the family business of duck hunting merchandise, revealed that she conquered many fears this year which inspired her permanent body inking. more >>
Planned Parenthood officials suggested that pro-life rhetoric influenced the recent shooting in Colorado.
In an interview with National Public Radio released Monday, Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards spoke about recent Pro-Life rhetoric as a possible contributing factor to the shooting.