Leslie Morgan Steiner

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White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter resigned last week after his two ex-wives and a former girlfriend accused him of physical and emotional abuse.

Dispelling the myth that strong women don't end up in abusive relationships

White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter resigned last week after his two ex-wives and a former girlfriend accused him of physical and emotional abuse.

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This is the second full weekend of the National Football League’s 2014 season… but nobody’s talking about the games.

NFL Fallout and the Domestic Violence Discussion

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