The two women are now considering a lawsuit against the Trump Organization for workplace abuse and discrimination.
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
The independent panel’s report will be presented to the UNAIDS board next week.
The idea behind the new camp is to keep women interested and immersed in the field.
Fox and National Geographic Networks have said they will conduct a thorough investigation.
The survey explores whether employees have reported sexual harassment — or chosen not to report problems.
Scientific evidence shows emotions are contagious – either good or bad – said Dr. Judith Orloff, who is on the UCLA Psychiatric Clinical Faculty
Five women are running for mayor, and sexism was bound to emerge in a contest with a diverse cadre of accomplished, credible women candidates.
“The No. 1 thing I hear from folks is that the #MeToo movement has forgotten us,” Burke said of black, Hispanic and Native American women.
Dartmouth praised the women for coming forward but denied allegations that it ignored complaints that allegedly date back as far as 2002.
The agency’s struggles date back to the 1970s when a class-action lawsuit was filed alleging discrimination against women in hiring and promotions.
Preckwinkle defended her handling of the matter: “This is something I take really, really seriously as a woman, as a mother, as a grandmother.”
Anne Caprara knew she wanted to spend her life in politics when she was 13.
Preckwinkle shared a different version of events on Thursday, saying she had heard of “an unsubstantiated rumor” against Keller six months earlier.
It’s important to know the difference between someone who is self-absorbed — and someone with mental illness.
Jane Doe’s allegations were contained in a lawsuit involving 10 named plaintiffs.