A freelance journalist who became a symbol of Japan's #MeToo movement has won a civil case against the high-profile journalist she accused of raping her.
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Days after Steve Easterbrook was fired as McDonald's CEO for engaging in what the company called a consensual relationship with an employee, workers filed a class-action lawsuit against the company over sexual harassment.
It's a fall day in midtown Manhattan and a man is seen shuffling along a sidewalk, gripping his walker. His facial expression is vacant, his skin is a pale shade of gray and his clothes are ill-fitting. A passerby might never guess that he used to be one of entertainment's most powerful, a man whose infamous arrogance would make those around him shudder. This man is Harvey Weinstein.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed legislation Wednesday that extends the statute of limitations for certain cases of rape and other sex crimes.
The NFL and the New England Patriots are investigating allegations that Antonio Brown sexually assaulted and raped his former Bible study partner and physical trainer -- accusations the star wide receiver denies.
McDonald's is taking a lot of heat from workers' rights groups leading up to its annual shareholder meeting Thursday.
Less than four months into the job, Lisa Borders has resigned as the president and CEO of Time's Up, which aims to combat workplace sexual misconduct, following sexual misconduct claims against her son, according to the organization.
There was a moment at a press conference this week when Faith Rodgers was asked what she'd want to say to R. Kelly if he was watching.
John Lasseter, the former Disney Animation chief who left the company after he was accused of sexual misconduct, has found a new job.
Lady Gaga once defended her 2013 collaboration with singer R. Kelly by pointing to the "bond" they shared over "very untrue things written about us."
Harvey Weinstein, the disgraced movie mogul whose downfall helped launch the #MeToo movement, is due back in New York court on March 7 after a judge Thursday morning ordered a pretrial hearing in the rape case.
When Christine Blasey Ford said she could not remember certain details about her alleged assault by Brett Kavanaugh, Rep. Ann McLane Kuster could relate.