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Father of Steubenville rapist attempts to gun down Ohio judge

The father, apparently, has a violent past.

On by Samantha Grasso

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The one scene in ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ the Internet isn’t talking about

It’s even worse than you think.

On by Harris O’Malley

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Does Anonymous have too much power?

They are not the hero we need right now. They aren’t even the hero we deserve.

On by Gillian Branstetter

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How to be a ‘perfect’ rape victim

It’s a game that’s impossible to win.

On by Samantha Allen

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#IfTheyGunnedMeDown blasts media’s take on Mike Brown slaying

A thought experiment reveals the depths of journalistic bias.

On by Miles Klee

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Brad Pitt will bring ‘Anonymous vs. Steubenville’ to the big screen

Looks like Hollywood is on Deric Lostutter’s side.

On by Miles Klee

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Steubenville rapist released early from juvenile detention center

The past 16 months have been “extremely challenging” for Ma’lik Richmond, 16.

On by Audra Schroeder

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Why did YouTube pull Anonymous’s warning to Maryville?

This Anonymous video for #OpMaryville is typically dire, but it’s not deceptive. Or is it? YouTube apparently disagrees. 

On by Aja Romano

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Anonymous won’t rest until the Maryville rape case reopens

The scourge of Steubenville speaks out about Daisy Coleman’s fight in Maryville, Mo.

On by Lorraine Murphy

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Missouri Lt. Gov.: Reopen the ‘appalling’ Maryville rape case

“The appalling facts in the public record shock the conscience,” Peter Kinder said.

On by Aja Romano

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This high school football coach is willing to lose—if it stops his kids from cyberbullying

The high school football coach in the tiny town of Roosevelt City, Utah, suspended his entire team last week, worried over their “lack of character.”

On by Kevin Morris

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Steubenville-inspired program teaches athletes how to use social media

U.S. attorney William J. Ihlenfeld said, “Social media creates so many distractions off the field for coaches.”

On by Audra Schroeder

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Donations pour in for hacker who helped expose Steubenville rape culture

Deric Lostutter is being charged under the “Draconian” Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, the same law used to bring charges against Aaron Swartz.

On by Curt Hopkins

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Serena Williams’s Steubenville apology was no apology at all

“What was written—what I supposedly said—is insensitive and hurtful.”

On by Kris Holt

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Teen girls plead guilty to threatening rape victim online

  Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has said that his office will not tolerate threats made against a victim, whether verbally or online.

On by Michelle Jaworski

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