Ashley Judd explains why she's suing Weinstein
The actress told ABC News' Amy Robach, "My career was damaged because I rebuffed Mr. Weinstein's sexual advances.
She alleged that the producer told filmmakers she was a "nightmare" and should be avoided.
Best actress winner Frances McDormand in her acceptance speech asked all women nominated to stand up in the audience and spoke about fighting for inclusivity.
Three of Harvey Weinstein's accusers, Annabella Sciorra, Ashley Judd and Salma Hayek, will present at the Oscars, representing a turning point in the industry for how women are to be treated.
Elaine Welteroth, Teen Vogue's youngest and first black editor-in-chief in its history, is getting a lot of credit for the digital magazine's success.
Two of the Time's Up movement's founders, Nina Shaw and Tina Tchen, speak out on "GMA" about what they hope to accomplish for women across the country.
Attorney Nancy Erika Smith, who represented former Fox anchor Gretchen Carlson, and advocate Caroline Heldman share advice for women on how to take action.
Days after director James Toback was accused by dozens of women of sexual harassment and, in some cases, assault over the years, Selma Blair and Rachel McAdams have shared their personal stories in first-person accounts with Vanity Fair.
The actress and activist alleges that Harvey Weinstein sexually harassed her in a hotel room in the late '90s, and hopes sharing her story helps others.
The actress and activist alleges that Harvey Weinstein sexually harassed her in a hotel room in the late 1990s.