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Jogger fends off sex-offender that tried to attack her

Seattle - On Sunday, a female jogger found herself fighting for her life against a would-be rapist. She successfully fended off the attacker.

Japan: Cabinet approves new national defense policy

Tokyo - The LDP and New Komeito have announced confirmation of historic changes made to the interpretation of Article 9 of the Japanese Constitution, sources in Tokyo said.

White House task force draws attention to campus sexual assault

Columbus - All parents are concerned with the safety of their children who are away at college. Campus life is such an incredible experience; it can be forgotten than there are predators on campus.

Op-Ed: Don't let knee-jerk hysteria kill sensible laws

Yesterday, I posted a synopsis of my general thoughts on the public’s outrage over the George Zimmerman trial and verdict. Today, my focus is on a more specific but related issue: Florida’s "controversial" “stand your ground law”.

Op-Ed: Following Zimmerman verdict, outrage misguided

In a post yesterday, I referred to widespread social outrage over the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial as “misguided consternation.” Today I thought I would write a more detailed explanation of my thoughts on the topic.

Family, friends raise money for teen who defended mother

Harned - Family and friends of a Kentucky teenager who is being tried in the case of his stepfather's death are now rallying behind the teen, trying to raise money for his defense.

Op-Ed: Obama justification for drone strikes exposed as a lie

Washington - The Obama Administration's defense of its drone attacks is that they target senior members of Al Qaeda or affiliated groups who are an immediate threat to the US

After Nirbhaya's death, India's women take self-defense classes

In wake of what happened to Nirbhaya, martial arts and other self-defense courses have started to be more popular with women wanting to keep themselves from being part of the statistic.

Black Friday pepper-sprayer claims self-defense, may sue Walmart

Los Angeles - The woman who made headlines after using pepper spray in a California Walmart during this year's Black Friday madness will not face felony charges, however could still be slapped with a misdemeanor, pending examination by Los Angeles city prosecutors.

Video: Crab pinches soldier's nose in act of self-defense

The latest video to go viral on YouTube features a not so bright Russian soldier who learns a painful lesson after he catches a fast-moving land crab, and then holds the arthropod too close to his face.

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