Bills Help Shield Addresses Of Domestic-Violence SurvivorsDomestic violence, stalking and human-trafficking survivors would be given an opportunity to shield property records from abusers under three identical bills in the Maryland Legislature this session.
Love & Murder: The Startling Number Of Pregnant Women Killed By The Men They LoveA dangerous trend involving pregnant women, the men they love, and murder.
Gospel Singer Cheryl Fortune Opens Up About Surviving Domestic AbuseIn Maryland alone, at least one person a week dies a victim of domestic violence.
Domestic Violence; Front and Center in AnnapolisDomestic violence is among the top public safety issues in Maryland.
Former NFL RB Trent Richardson Arrested In AlabamaFormer NFL running back Trent Richardson is facing a misdemeanor domestic violence charge in Alabama.
New Task Force Focused On Finding Solutions To Domestic ViolenceMaryland lawmakers will take another look at the state's domestic violence laws when the General Assembly convenes next month.
Steve Smith Shows Off Purple Cleats For Domestic Violence AwarenessOctober is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, which is why some players have been wearing purple accessories, including Steve Smith Sr. whose new, purple kicks say, "Break the silence."
Former Raven Torrey Smith Says NFL Is Being 'Disrespectful To The Good Men'Smith tweeted, "Celebrating a TD will get you fined but being an abuser can keep the checks coming in."
Steve Smith Says NFL 'System Is Broken' In Response To Josh BrownSmith, whose mother was a survivor of domestic violence, was outraged and blasted Brown on Twitter for his actions and the NFL for not suspending him for a longer period of time and continued to say the NFL "system is broken."
Uber, Steve Smith Partner To Donate $5K To Domestic Violence SurvivorsUber and Steve Smith Sr. partnered for a good cause.
Police: Uncle Accused of Beating Niece Over 'Pokemon Go'A Rhode Island man who is accused of attacking his niece because he was upset over how she was playing the game "Pokemon Go" has turned himself in.
Ray Rice Pledges To Donate His Salary If Signed By The NFLRice said that if signed, he would donate his entire salary in 2016 to organizations with programs focusing on education and prevention of domestic violence and supporting survivors and their families.