By David Bauder, Associated Press
NBC News' internal investigation following Matt Lauer's firing says it doesn't believe there is a culture of sexual harassment at the division.
By Alan Fram, Marc Levy, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — A Pennsylvania congressman who used taxpayer money to settle a former aide’s sexual harassment charges abruptly resigned from Congress on Friday. Four-term Republican Rep. Patrick Meehan had already decided to not seek re-election this fall. In a resignation…
By Associated Press
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has suspended state law and called a special election in June to fill the seat vacated by Republican U.S. Rep. Blake Farenthold, who recently resigned following sexual harassment allegations.
By Nell Scovell
As difficult and as awkward as speaking out can be, it’s our responsibility to so many who can’t.
By Matthew Daly and Will Weissert, Associated Press
Since October, eight lawmakers have either resigned or abandoned re-election bids amid allegations of sexual misconduct.
By Alan Fram, Associated Press
All 22 female senators are bringing public pressure on Senate leaders to debate legislation making it easier for people working in Congress to pursue claims of sexual harassment or discrimination.
By Elizabeth Flock
The review comes weeks after a PBS NewsHour investigation into these issues, especially in the agency’s firefighting ranks, along with the departure of Forest Service Chief Tony Tooke amid allegations of his own sexual misconduct.
Chloe Caras is seeking an unspecified amount for pain and suffering, back pay and punitive damages from Mike Isabella, who competed on the cooking reality shows "Top Chef" and "Top Chef: All-Stars," and has about a dozen restaurants in the…
By PBS NewsHour
The chief of the U.S. Forest Service, Tony Tooke, stepped down this week following a NewsHour investigation into allegations of a culture of sexual misconduct and retaliation within that agency, as well as questions about his own behavior. William Brangham…
By Lorna Baldwin
Firefighters Darla Bush, Jonel Wagoner and Darlene Hall filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in 2014, claiming sexual harassment of and retaliation against women in the Forest Service in California.
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