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Today β€” August 20th 2019Your RSS feeds

Fighting Harassers and Stalkers on the Web, in Court and in Print

By Kate Bolick

“Nobody’s Victim,” by the lawyer Carrie Goldberg, and “Consent,” by Donna Freitas, recount the authors’ personal experiences with sexual harassment and its lasting trauma.

What β€˜Victory’ Looks Like: A Journey Through Shattered Syria

By Vivian Yee and Meridith Kohut

On an eight-day visit, New York Times journalists given rare access to Syria found ruin, grief and generosity. What was missing after eight years of civil war? Young men and a middle class.

Megan Rapinoe believes dad voted for Trump, questions how family could support her and still watch Fox News

By Nicole Darrah

U.S. women's soccer star Megan Rapinoe said she thinks her father voted for President Trump in 2016 — a political choice that provides a stark contrast in her family, as the World Cup-winning forward is nearly as well known for launching broadsides at the Trump administration as she is for launching soccer balls into the back of the net.

A Teenage NASCAR Driver Is Content to Go Slow for Now

By Dave Caldwell

Hailie Deegan, 18, has high hopes for her racing career, and the confidence that success will come in good time.

β€˜Murder, She Wrote’ & Me

By Crystal Arroyo

As a kid, I didn’t get the appeal of Jessica Fletcher, the widowed detective played by Angela Lansbury. Then I grew up.

Salvadoran Court Acquits Woman Charged With Homicide After Stillbirth

By Elisabeth Malkin

The decision in the case of Evelyn Hernández Cruz was hailed as a victory by women’s rights groups, which say a strict abortion ban has led to overzealous prosecution of women who lose their babies.

Judge Sets May 2020 Trial Date in U.S. Women’s Soccer Lawsuit

By Andrew Das

The date set by the judge is at least six months earlier than both sides had requested, and could see the trial disrupt the team’s preparations for the Tokyo Olympics.

Yesterday β€” August 19th 2019Your RSS feeds

FIFA Claims Deep Pool of Bidders for 2023 Women’s World Cup

By Andrew Das

The enthusiasm is the latest sign of growing interest and potential investment in the women’s game, but one of the countries on FIFA’s list says it has no plans to bid.

Why Warning Pregnant Women Not to Drink Can Backfire

By Aaron E. Carroll

Harsh measures, or even threats of them, can lead to the avoidance of prenatal care entirely.

Why Warning Pregnant Women Not to Drink Can Backfire

By Aaron E. Carroll

Harsh measures, or even threats of them, can lead to the avoidance of prenatal care entirely.

A Teenage NASCAR Driver Is Content to Go Slow for Now

By Dave Caldwell

Hailie Deegan, 18, has high hopes for her racing career, and the confidence that success will come in good time.

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Women Are Fleeing Death at Home. The U.S. Wants to Keep Them Out.

By Azam Ahmed and Meridith Kohut and Daniel Berehulak

Violence against women is driving an exodus of migrants from Central America, but the Trump administration is determined to deny them asylum.

Pro Tennis Returns to the Bronx, but for How Long?

By Adam Zagoria

The new Bronx Open, which began Sunday at Crotona Park, is the only professional women’s event held the week before the U.S. Open.

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