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Millions react to #MeToo movement on social media
The Powerhouse Roundtable weighs in on the #MeToo movement on "This Week."
Former Fox news anchor settled a sexual harassment claim for $32 million
Bill O'Reilly settled the claim and weeks later, Fox news opted to renew his million dollar contract.
Fox's Wallace doesn't like colleagues echoing press attacks
Fox News' Chris Wallace isn't a fan of colleagues who echo President Trump's 'fake news' critiques
US Olympic gymnast alleges sexual assault by team doctor
Gold medal Olympian McKayla Maroney shared her story of alleged sexual assault at the hands of former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar, who pleaded not guilty to 22 counts of criminal sexual conduct.
Shock, anger over Weinstein at NY women filmmakers event
Women filmmakers, writers and actresses expressed feelings of anger and shock but also solidarity and unity Tuesday over the Harvey Weinstein scandal.
Carlson says nation shifting on harassment issue
Gretchen Carlson, whose harassment accusations led to former Fox News CEO's ouster, says the nation is in the midst of a profound cultural shift on the issue
COLUMN: It is way past time we stood up for women
As we witness the fall of Harvey Weinstein at the hands of some courageous women willing to tell their stories and a free press brave enough to publish against the threats from people in power, there are many truths to be touched on in a broad way, and maybe a bit of hypocrisy to be revealed. I
Nearly 3 decades later, Anita Hill sees the needle moving
From the Clarence Thomas hearings to the Harvey Weinstein scandal: Some 26 years after her testimony brought sexual harassment into the national spotlight, Anita Hill says she sees the needle moving yet again with the saga that is transfixing Hollywood
Harvey Weinstein fired from his company, says 'I gotta get help': Part 5
On Oct. 5, The New York Times published its story reporting allegations by numerous women saying Weinstein sexually harassed them.
How Hollywood’s casting couch culture may have contributed to Weinstein's alleged behavior
The casting couch has long been a cliche in Hollywood, but in the past week, it's become clear just how real, pervasive and menacing it can be. "The casting couch has a long history in Hollywood and it is real even today," Martha M. Lauzen, the executive director for the Center for the Study of