Republican Senator Martha McSally from Arizona shared her story of assault in the military. Reports show things have not changed much since her rape by a superior officer.
As more high school students come out as trans, their experience as athletes can vary greatly depending on where they live.
President Trump rolled back an Obama-era measure that requires the military and CIA to publish data on drone strikes carried out in non-combat zones.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh's teenage drinking habits came under scrutiny at last Thursday's Senate hearing.
President Trump says he is a self-made man. But by age 8 he was a millionaire.
What are the logistical difficulties of providing aid to Indonesia, in response to the devastating earthquake and tsunami?
Fear of going back to prison hangs over many people making the transition to life after incarceration. Some experts say, low recidivism is a bad measurement of success.
Finding the right college and figuring out how to pay for it can be a daunting task, but a new project aims to make things simpler for students and their families.
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All this week, The Takeaway is talking about men. The Takeaway speaks with two experts about why they're optimistic for the future of masculinity; Since the Parkland shooting, comedian and actor Michael Ian Black has been thinking critically about how masculinity is shaping our youth; a former NBA player spent most of his life running away from his experience of childhood sexual abuse, until it caught up to him; a man who was assigned female at birth and then transitioned to male in his mid-20s on how he has reckoned with how to avoid reinforcing gender norms in his everyday life; and a mother of three sons, on the challenges of raising black boys.
March 01, 2018: On Tuesday, the Supreme Court issued a decision that may allow the government to place some immigrants under indefinite detention. The Takeaway brings you the latest, plus a look at a new project on life and death in Oakland, California from the show "Snap Judgement," what's next for the widow of the Pulse mass shooter; a look at the ties between North Korea and Syrian chemical weapons; and how the #MeToo movement has given women new opportunities.
Jan. 16, 2018: This Friday is the deadline to fund the government, and the future of 800,000 young immigrants are wrapped up in that legislative fight. Andrea Bonilla, a sophomore at Lafayette College who came to the U.S. as an undocumented immigrant when she was 5 years old, shares her story. Plus, a look at sanctions and new strategies for dealing with North Korea; new leadership in the Garden State; turmoil in Missouri politics; a court case that could have major implications for social media privacy; and a conversation about rethinking consent in the #MeToo era.