Harvey Weinstein, who was previously indicted on charges involving two women, was released on bail on Monday while fighting sex crime accusations that now include a third woman.
By Associated Press
Harvey Weinstein was accused of a forcible sex act by a third woman in an updated indictment, Manhattan's district attorney said Monday.
By Associated Press
As the #MeToo movement inspires bigger conversations around sexual assault, veteran comedian Cameron Esposito does not want the voices of survivors to be left out. In her new special, "Rape Jokes," Esposito talks about sexual violence and her own experience…
By Corinne Segal, Ivette Feliciano, Zachary Green
A letter signed by 120 sexual abuse victims of former sports doctor Larry Nassar on Tuesday urged Michigan State University's governing board to oust interim president John Engler, saying he has reinforced a "culture of abuse" at the school.
By Alice Yin, Associated Press
Sexual harassment is pervasive in science, engineering and medicine, particularly when it comes to academia, according to a new landmark report. Studies show that between 20 and 50 percent of female students in those fields experienced harassment, often from faculty…
By Paul Elias, Associated Press
The beginning of the end for the first California judge recalled since 1932 began almost exactly two years ago, when Judge Aaron Persky sentenced a former Stanford swimmer convicted of sexual assault to six months in jail instead of a…
By Tom Hays, Associated Press
The 66-year-old Weinstein has denied all allegations of nonconsensual sex. His attorney, Ben Brafman, has challenged the credibility of his alleged victims and says his client is confident he is going to clear his name.
By Anne Flaherty, Associated Press
In an interview with NBC's "Today Show," former President Bill Clinton was asked whether he should have resigned 20 years ago for his sexual relationship with the White House intern and whether the #MeToo movement has changed his perspective.
By Thomas Beaumont, Melissa Daniels, Associated Press
Women running for office are due to hit another threshold with a record number of candidates for the U.S. Senate, but actually winning those seats and changing the face of the chamber are a different matter.
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