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CDV survivor: "Home is not an option anymore. Because I fear him."

Getting out of an abusive relationship can be a tough feat for anyone. Many women, in particular, feel powerless against their abuser.Full story

Man makes second appearance on Horry Co's Most Wanted

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - Three men are on Horry County's Most Wanted list this week, one of which is appearing for a second time. Full story

CBT: Report: MVSU head coach Chico Potts reinstated

Chico Potts has been reinstated as the head coach of Mississippi Valley State, according to reports. Potts was arrested and charged with domestic violence, a misdemeanor, in early July, getting suspended with pay by the university on July 12th. But he was found not guilty on July 18th, and the schoo Full story

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Maine Gov. boosts funding for domestic violence

WATCH: Patrick Stewart emotionally discusses violence against women

WATCH: Patrick Stewart discuss violence against women

Domestic abuse cases never snared accused Cleveland abductor

Global Approval for Domestic Abuse Down

Murder of South African Women by Partners 5 Times Global Rate

Meet Asma Hanif, nurse to Muslim women in need

Wisconsin salon shooter sought cabbie's advice before killings

N.H. GOP lawmaker: Some people may ‘like being in abusive relationships’

Senate votes to renew, expand Violence Against Women Act

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  Actress Emma Roberts arrested for domestic violence

The 22-year-old niece of Hollywood veteran Julia Roberts reportedly got into an argument with her boyfriend in Montreal July 7 that resulted in her being taken into custody, though no charges were filed. NBC’s Mara Schiavocampo reports.

  What Marissa Alexander tells us about Florida justice

Chris Hayes talks about Marissa Alexander's case and her 20-year sentence with Jelani Cobb and Barry Scheck.

  Joe Torre Beyond the Pinstripes

MLB executive vice president, Joe Torre, opens up about domestic violence and his Safe at Home Foundation. He gives his insight on instant replay revealing he is "hopeful by 2014 the MLB will have more instant replays. " He hopes "to gain trust back fr...

  Rising star touches fans, opens up about past abuse

Jasmine Villegas, 19, has racked up 85 million views on her YouTube videos, has Grammy-winning producers eager to work with her, and, by opening up about a painful abusive relationship through song, is helping fans around the world. NBC’s Diana Alvear reports.

  Lawmaker says ‘man’s brain’ makes him care about health costs

Ari Melber notes surprising comments from a Republican politician in Maine and other moments that made him go “wow, seriously?” this week.

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