On Friday, Joe Biden went on Morning Joe to answer questions posed by co-host Mika Brzezinski. I didn’t watch the interview because the very fact there was one demonstrated that nothing has changed since 2016.
It's happening again.
The media is paving the way for Donald Trump to win 2020 with lazy, or perhaps purposeful, false equivalencies aimed at the top Democratic possible for 2020.
Current Trump White House communications official/former Fox News boss, Bill Shine, has been questioned by federal investigators in their investigation of the Fox News sexual harassment scandal.
The majority of people in the United States thinks that the #MeToo movement has helped address the important issue of equality for women.
In Hollywood and beyond, women are organizing to address sexual harassment in all workplaces, be they schools, hotels, farms, fast food restaurants or big box stores. In addition to saying #MeToo, they are saying "Time's Up" to systemic inequality, and men have a stake in this fight too.
Franks didn't apologize for telling his female subordinates to carry his child. Instead, the Congressman said he's only sorry that it caused "distress" in the workplace.
Carly Fiorina was supposed to be talking about the sexual harassment problem in Washington, on Fox News Sunday but instead, she made Fox News very uncomfortable by name dropping Roger Ailes into an answer about the enabling of sexual harassment.
The first consequence since the discussion of sexual harassment in Congress began has come as Rep. John Conyers has stepped down from his position as the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee.
For decades, Republicans called themselves the party of family values, but a new poll reveals that it is now the Democratic Party that is taking a more moral position on issues like sexual harassment.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said during an interview on CNN's State Of The Union that the nation has a sexual harassment crisis and that the goal is to change US culture, not to relitigate the Clinton/Lewinsky scandal.
Three weeks after allegations of Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein's predatory sexual behavior moved millions of women around the world to use the hashtag #MeToo to share their own stories of abuse on social media, more than 20 women contacted by Reuters say they are still grappling with the fallout.
The Harvey Weinstein scandal is forcing a rethink of attitudes toward sexual harassment in France, a country that cherishes its self-image as the land of seduction and romance, said the minister tasked with cracking down on violence against women.
Last week, Twitter suspended Rose McGowan’s account because, according to Twitter, she violated TOS.
Fox News has paid $65 million to get men who harass women to kindly leave. This serves as an incentive to keep harassing women.
Trump is about to learn two very painful lessons: he isn't above the law, and he isn't above the avenging voice of America's outraged women.
If this type of behavior precludes somebody from hosting a one-hour talk show, then it certainly should disqualify a man from holding the most powerful and prestigious office in the world.
We must look at the systemic misogyny and sexism in every workplace, not only the horrors made public in one television company.
The claim by Ivanka Trump that she is a force for good rang hollow as the president recently signed an executive order that would be anything but good for American women.
Roger Ailes is reportedly a goner at Fox, according to two sources familiar with the investigation.
This week Jillian York of the Electronic Frontier Foundation denounced tech companies and employers who censor or punish online ugliness. But the internet is no longer a frontier.