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 PBS NewsHour
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.
By Lorna Baldwin
Shaun White's death-defying, near-perfect jumps in the halfpipe snowboard competition secured him a place in history as the first American male to win gold at three Winter Olympic Games. But the celebration was short-lived, as a reporter asked the athlete…
By PBS NewsHour
The Journal reached out to 150 people who have worked with Wynn, the owner of Wynn Resorts. Dozens reported sexual misconduct. Some claimed sexual assault.
By Hannah Grabenstein, Courtney Norris and Kamaria Roberts
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 Wendy Thomas Russell
It's not what you think.
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.
People with developmental disabilities become victims of sexual assault at a rate seven times higher than those without disabilities, according to a Justice Department figured uncovered by a year-long NPR investigation. Judy Woodruff sits down with NPR’s Joseph Shapiro and…
By Associated Press
A U.S. Interior Department official has reacted harshly to the resignation of most members of a board that advises it on national parks.
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