Could you fall victim to a false claim of domestic violence? It happens more often than many people realize.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is more of a reality than ever as lights, security cameras, doors, cars and entire homes are becoming connected and controllable with a flick of a button or a few voice commands. For some women, the IoT is also the latest way that their abusers have found to victimize them further.
Every year, an empty warehouse sits waiting to be filled by the generous donations of people willing to give a little so that another family's holidays can be a bit brighter.
October is domestic violence awareness month in the United States, which means it's time to shine a spotlight on the various forms of abuse that can occur between married couples and domestic partners.
Domestic violence is one of the most common social maladies in the country. However, discussions about the problem are becoming less and less frequent.
The victims of domestic violence have a lot of things they have to be concerned about. Now, doctors and scientists say that there's one more issue that needs to be added to the list: the dangers posed by concussions.
Sports fans are generally an exuberant bunch -- and emotions surrounding a favorite team and a big game can run pretty high. It's not really a shock when there's a news report about sports fans rioting in the streets somewhere after a major upset.
Domestic abuse is all about showing power -- and there's hardly anything more powerful in the world these days than technology. It's everywhere people go, integrated into the daily lives of almost everyone in a multitude of ways.
Former senator Clayton Hee has found his campaign for governor besieged by an unexpected foe -- a political action committee (PAC) focused on the fight against domestic violence in Hawaii.
Some recent tragedies have pushed domestic violence to the forefront of many Hawaiian minds. Reform efforts have also been underway in the state as lawmakers sought to pass a bill aimed at making prosecution easier in domestic cases.