Harvey Weinstein News
60 years later, Kim Novak reflects on 'Vertigo'
60 years later, Kim Novak reflects on 'Vertigo,' the Me Too movement and quitting Hollywood
Kathie Lee Gifford on calling Harvey Weinstein , Bill Cosby
"The View" co-hosts discuss Gifford calling for the public to "be merciful to people who are sorry for what they done."
French minister: Fighting gender violence 'the top priority'
France's gender equality minister says fighting violence against women is her government's top priority _ and a cultural fight
French singer pulls out of festivals amid protests
French musician Bertrand Cantat, who was convicted of killing his girlfriend 15 years ago, has pulled out of all the festivals he was scheduled to appear in this summer amid a growing wave of protests
Judge declines motion to dismiss charge against Rose McGowan
A judge in Virginia has declined a motion to dismiss a charge of cocaine possession against actress Rose McGowan
The Latest: 'Black Panther' star speaks at UN event
'Black Panther' star Danai Gurira says the hit movie is showing the world that women and men 'can work shoulder to shoulder' and their abilities 'are equally valued in a society'
Int'l Women's Day: Protests, a strike, a Russian's apology
In many countries, International Women's Day events carried echoes of the #MeToo movement
The Latest: Italian actress calls on women to unite
Asia Argento, an Italian actress who helped launch the #MeToo movment, is launching a new movement, #WeToo, which aims to unite women against the power imbalance in favor of men
NYPD: We have considerable evidence in Weinstein rape case
NYPD chief of detectives Robert Boyce says they've gathered considerable evidence in the rape investigation of Harvey Weinstein
Directors departing Wynn Resorts' board as lawsuits pile up
Las Vegas-based Wynn Resorts has announced changes to its board as lawsuits against the directors continue to pile up