According to the Department of Justice, one in three Native American women is raped in her lifetime and the U.S. government is doing little to stop it.
In fact, federal prosecutors have declined to prosecute 67 percent of sexual abuse cases on reservations, even when they involve children, according to the government accountability office.
Ted Rowlands has an OutFront investigation.
Is the man who toppled a 2,000-pound ancient boulder suing over disability?
A video went viral last week showing scout leader Glenn Taylor knocking a rock formation from its perch in Utah's Goblin Valley State Park, where it sat for 170 million years.
CNN has now learned that Taylor filed a personal injury lawsuit last month over a car crash, saying he suffered "disability" from the accident.
Kyung Lah is OutFront with the story.