Harvey Weinstein’s lawyers say nothing of value was exchanged between an actress and Weinstein in 2014 when she alleges he molested her.
Willow Creek pastor apologizes for church's handling of Hybels allegations
'Panic button' ordinance for hotel workers sends a strong #MeToo message
Passing the “Hands Off Pants On” ordinance sends a powerful, much-needed message to women in hospitality that we are being seen and heard.
Since the policy provisions of the ordinance went in to effect in January 2018, we’ve observed a shifting away from a culture that permeates the hospitality industry that the “guest is always right.”
Madigan aide ousted in #metoo mess to get $130K for unused vacation, sick days
A 40-year state employee, Timothy Mapes will be reimbursed for 91 vacation days and will get half-pay for 146 sick days for a payout of $130,516.
Timothy Mapes will be reimbursed for 91 vacation days and will get half-pay for 146 sick days for a payout of $130,516.28, according to records disclosed under the Illinois Freedom of Information Act. That is in addition to an annual pension Mapes can collect of about $134,000.
R. Kelly's ex-wife releases interview, opens up about domestic violence
Abortion opponents across the nation have criticized the New York law as allowing abortions.
Vanessa Tyson is a political science professor at Southern California’s Scripps College who is spending a year at Stanford as a research fellow.
Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax spokesman Lauren Burke said in a statement that the Democratic lieutenant governor “wishes them well.”
At the time of the 2004 convention, Justin Fairfax was a law student serving as an aide to then-Democratic vice presidential nominee John Edwards.
Seattle-based Amazon and other big companies have been under pressure to diversify their boards, which tend to be made up of white men.
“I should never have had to file a lawsuit to refute politically motivated and false charges,” Angela Henderson wrote in an email to the Sun-Times.
Kari Steele, 43, an environmentalist elected in November to her second six-year term, was unanimously elected president on Jan. 10.
Pritzker signed the executive order at a Planned Parenthood of Illinois office, while also commemorating the 46th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.
Feminist icon Abby Wambach, international soccer’s all-time top scorer, is doing a book based on her viral 2018 Barnard College commencement speech.
House Speaker Mike Madigan named state Rep. Greg Harris his top lieutenant, making Harris the first openly gay House majority leader in state history.
A grand jury returned the indictment Wednesday morning, charging Sauer with 12 felony counts of non-consensual dissemination of private sexual images.
Outgoing state Rep. Lou Lang said he was unaware of speculation that his daughter may replace him. But he didn’t discourage her from applying.
Starting in 2019, the state will allow compensation for revenge porn victims, protection for stalking victims and other measures.
In the U.S. military forces, 16.6 percent of those enlisted are women, up from about 2 percent in 1973.