SHE was the ultimate femme fatale. Ruth Ellis, a peroxide-blonde club hostess with film-star looks, shot dead her posh racing-driver lover David Blakely outside a London pub in 1955. The story of one of Britain’s most famous female killers has fascinate
The Tennessee highway patrol officer being sued for allegedly groping a woman during a traffic stop, then stopping her again three hours later near her home, will receive "oral counseling" on his "search techniques," authorities said.
Catcalling, wolf-whistling and harassment on public transport should be made a hate crime, female MPs have declared. Ahead of International Women’s Day tomorrow, Labour’s Melanie Onn is demanding “incidents be formally logged so women can have great