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For more than a decade, the U.S. has offered a path to citizenship for victims of abuse.

Trump's immigration order targets survivors of domestic abuse

For more than a decade, the U.S. has offered a path to citizenship for victims of abuse.

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A lot of women are sharing their stories of unwanted sexual attention this election season, including Los Angeles-based writer Ariana Lenarsky.

Sexual assault in the skies

A lot of women are sharing their stories of unwanted sexual attention this election season, including Los Angeles-based writer Ariana Lenarsky.

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One woman’s three-part storyline on her move to Los Angeles was documented on Instagram in minute detail. From boozy brunches to frilly outfits, everything seemed perfect.

Instagram Hoax Turned Performance Art

One woman’s three-part storyline on her move to Los Angeles was documented on Instagram in minute detail. From boozy brunches to frilly outfits, everything seemed perfect.

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