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By Marcia Coyle
Employees, usually as a condition of employment, sign employment contracts containing arbitration agreements. The Supreme Court is being asked to decide whether they violate federal labor laws.
By PBS NewsHour
Steve Wynn, casino magnate and key player in Republican politics, helped turn Las Vegas into the multi-billion-dollar tourist mecca it is today, his name and image emblazoned on his resorts. But that's all come crashing down amid reports alleging years…
By Juliet Linderman, Kevin Freking, Associated Press
Since October, eight lawmakers have either resigned or abandoned re-election bids amid allegations of sexual misconduct.
By David A. Lieb, Associated Press
The Missouri House has dealt with six formal sexual harassment complaints over the past two years, including four that involved lawmakers and that cost more than $22,000 in external legal fees to investigate.
By Christina A. Cassidy and David A. Lieb
The heightened focus on harassment has led to growing calls for change in a year that already has seen an unusually large number of women expressing interest in running for office.
By Bob Christie, Associated Press
Rep. Don Shooter was kicked out of the Arizona Legislature for a lengthy pattern of sexual misconduct.
Chuck Close is famous for his large-scale portraits in contemporary art museums across the world. But recent allegations of sexual harassment have prompted museums to postpone an exhibition and remove his work. It's yet another flashpoint in a national reckoning…
By Associated Press
The House committee’s letter to USA Gymnastics says the Nassar allegations “raise serious concerns about your organization’s ability to oversee your sport and protect your athletes from abuse and mistreatment.”…
By Molly Finnegan
"Every woman of my vintage knows what sexual harassment is, though we didn't have a name for it," Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg told an audience at the Sundance Film Festival.
By Juliet Linderman, Associated Press
The bill comes after months of discussion among both Republican and Democrat lawmakers about how to create more transparency as the #MeToo movement continues to roil the political sphere.
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