Gina DeJesus

As America becomes a country plagued by community violence, mass shootings, school shootings and missing children, we must also become a country of nosy neighbors. Vigilance works. It's really up to us.
"I'm a comedienne. I know what those girls went through. It was a little, stupid joke," she said in an interview with local
Crime stories dominated the headlines in 2013 like no year in recent history. In the past 12 months we've seen the Boston
Ariel Castro brutalized Michelle Knight physically and emotionally. He would taunt her by saying her family didn't care about her, her family didn't love her. Michelle told Dr. Phil, "It would hurt because I knew my family didn't care.
For centuries, women have been looked down upon in almost all cultures, societies and countries. We forget, or ignore, that women are children of the same God as men.
A fund set up for the three Cleveland women held captive for a decade topped $1.3 million after their kidnapper was sentenced
A bus driver? We've come to expect narcissism from high profile politicians and athletes, but a former school bus driver
Finally, in a roundtable discussion on HLN, attorney Lauren Lake let it rip in no uncertain terms: Speaking with NBC News
Castro denied beating and torturing the women and insisted that most of the sex was consensual. "I just wanted to clear the
(AP) – Ariel Castro will undergo an evaluation to determine whether he is mentally competent to stand trial, a judge ordered