The Trump administration has announced new rules governing how colleges respond to allegations of sexual assault and harassment. The changes broaden rights for those accused of misconduct and narrow the definition of sexual harassment. But will they discourage victims from…
Earlier this year, the PBS NewsHour reported on sexual harassment and assault within the U.S. Forest Service, revealing a culture of abuse and retaliation. On Thursday, Chief Vicki Christiansen and a former employee who faced harassment testified before the House…
By Michael Balsamo, Michael Sisak, Associated Press
Schneiderman said he didn't consider the decision an exoneration.
By Eddie Pells, Associated Press
USOC CEO Sarah Hirshland said that the challenges facing USA Gymnastics are more than it is capable of overcoming.
By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Saturday, Nov. 3, one week after 11 people were shot to death in a Pittsburgh synagogue, an interfaith call for unity and discussing how Brazil’s far-right president-elect will lead the country. Later, populism reigns in Hungary…
By PBS NewsHour
An annual survey of more than 64,000 workers across nearly 300 companies on issues about gender gaps recently found that one third of women overall and more than half of women in senior roles have been harassed in their careers.
Thousands of Google employees across the globe walked out of work Thursday to protest the way the company handled sexual misconduct claims against high-level executives. Katie Benner, from the New York Times, co-wrote a recent story disclosing how Google paid…
By Michael Liedtke, Associated Press
Carrying signs that included a mocking reference to the company's original "Don't be evil" motto, thousands of Google employees around the world briefly walked off the job Thursday to protest what they said was the tech giant's mishandling of sexual…
The best estimates likely under-represent the true scope and scale of intimate partner violence because victims often are afraid to disclose what has happened to them.
By Jim Heintz, Associated Press
Women associated with the movement are assessing progress, looking ahead, and trying to decide what's next, a year after the scandalous Harvey Weinstein allegations exploded into public consciousness.
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