Portugal Women’s Groups Outraged by Sexual Assault Sentence
Women’s rights groups in Portugal reacted angrily Friday to a court’s suspended sentence for two men found guilty of sexually assaulting an incapacitated woman who had passed out drunk at a night club.
How to Get Over an Infatuation
A reader asks how to banish an old flame — one she doesn’t even like very much — from her thoughts and desires.
No Fault: UK Proposes Major Easing of Divorce Procedures
The British government is proposing to introduce “no-fault” divorces and make other changes to make it much easier for married couples to divorce.
The Woman at the Center of Gov. Eric Greitens’s Criminal Trial
When an invasion of privacy case against Missouri’s governor opens, one woman’s account of what happened will be essential.
‘Can The President Be Impeached?’ We Answer Your Questions
Since the news broke of Michael Cohen’s guilty plea, we received lots of questions from our readers. Adam Liptak, the Times’s Supreme Court reporter, answers them.
One of the First Women in the Infantry Will Be Discharged From the Marines
The legal charges against Cpl. Remedios Cruz are not uncommon. But they highlight the Marine Corps’ struggle to integrate women into combat infantry roles.
The Pressure to Silence Stormy Daniels
Readers discuss the legal wrangling over a woman’s claim that she had an affair with the president.