The resignation of a top White House aide has put domestic violence back in the spotlight
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After the resignation of a top White House aide accused of domestic abuse, more victims are coming forward and seeking help. At the same time, nonprofits that provide services and shelters for victims of domestic violence are seeing an uptick in donations.
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