Jessica Chastain has responded to claims by fellow actress Thandie Newton that she was not invited to join the Times Up movement. In an interview that was published over the weekend, Newton said she "wasn't hot enough" to be invited to join the movement that hopes to put an end to sexual harassment
We are back at the author of she persisted around the world Chelsea Clinton. Tonight table last week Yvonne to trump told a reporter it was inappropriate for him to ask her. About her father sexual assault allegations even though she is a member of the administration. Do you think that was a fair
Sen. Rand Paul hits the table, Rachael Ray whips up Super Bowl snacks, Amber Tamblyn joins as a guest co-host.
No sage, no rosemary or thyme. We talk about times up and you have been an integral part of it. Explain why times up is important. I want to say first of all there's no founding members of times up. It's a large movement of hundreds and hundreds of women across industry lines from the farm workers
In Jon Hamm 's latest star turn " Nostalgia ," the former " Mad Men " star joins icons Bruce Dern, Ellen Burstyn and acclaimed actress Amber Tamblyn in a film about loss, the human condition and people's bonds with antique things. "This is all junk, we don't need any of this," Hamm tells co-star
2017 has been called the year of women, with hundreds turning their anger into activism and, in some cases, a campaign for public office.
Amid the sea of signs and rose-colored hats at the New Jersey Women's March in Morristown, Mikie Sherrill, there with her daughter, is one of the latest women to throw her hat into the political ring. She's a Democrat running for New Jersey's 11th District Congressional seat. "Right now we are
The actors union SAG-AFTRA has responded to a report that Mark Wahlberg was paid $1.5 million for the reshoot of "All the Money in the World," while his co-star Michelle Williams received an $80 per diem, totaling less than $1,000. A union spokesperson told ABC News in a statement, "We are
The #MeToo movement has given rise to #TimesUp, an initiative by 300 prominent women in the entertainment industry to fight sexual harassment and gender disparity in every workplace across the country from "movie sets to farm fields to boardrooms alike." "TIME’S UP is a unified call for change from