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Gretchen Carlson wants to rebuild Miss America Organization to empower women: 'It's a form of justice'
Gretchen Carlson said she sees her new role with the Miss America Organization, which came amid the #MeToo movement, as a “form of justice” and predicts a “tsunami” of change. “When I jumped off my cliff on the whole sexual harassment story 18 months ago, that was a lonely experience,” said
Former Miss America Mallory Hagan hopes scandal 'signals the reinvention' of pageant
Former Miss America Mallory Hagan hopes the email scandal surrounding the pageant, as well as the immediate fallout, "signals the reinvention" of the contest going forward, she said today on “ Good Morning America .” Hagan addressed the controversy on " GMA " from her home in Alabama after a
Miss America Organization CEO Sam Haskell resigns amid email scandal
Miss America Organization CEO Sam Haskell resigned Saturday, two days after leaked internal emails surfaced showing him and others demeaning the appearance, intellect and personal lives of former pageant winners. Dan Meyers, interim chairman of the Miss America Organization's board of directors,
Meryl Streep tells Rose McGowan: 'I did not know about Weinstein's crimes'
Meryl Streep responded on Monday to a critical tweet from Rose McGowan in which the "Charmed" actress accused the Oscar winner of staying silent about alleged crimes committed by disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein . In a statement provided to The Huffington Post and confirmed by ABC News, Streep
Rose McGowan slams reportedly planned silent Golden Globes protest: 'Your silence is the problem'
Rose McGowan took to Twitter on Saturday to slam a reportedly planned, silent protest by some actresses at the Golden Globes next month. Some Hollywood women are planning to wear all black to the upcoming 75th annual Golden Globes on Jan. 8 as a way to protest sexual harassment in their industry,
Sen. Al Franken's accusers and the accusations they made against him
Eight women have spoken out publicly detailing different alleged incidents when Sen. Al Franken groped or tried to kiss them. Franken, D-Minn., has issued multiple statements apologizing in some instances and saying that he does not remember other alleged incidents. Only one of the eight accusers,
9 stories about the making of 'Good Will Hunting'
It's been 20 years since "Good Will Hunting" hit movie theaters and made household names of its screenwriters and stars, Ben Affleck and Matt Damon. A critical darling, "Good Will Hunting" won two of the nine Oscars for which it was nominated, including one for Affleck and Damon and another for
The Note: For conspiracy-loving Trump, JFK files are a big moment
The TAKE with Rick Klein It figures to be quite a moment for conspiracy theories . And nobody relishes a good conspiracy theory quite like President Donald Trump. The president finds the remaining government documents surrounding the Kennedy assassination to be “interesting,” or so he informed his
New York Times reporter who broke Harvey Weinstein story believes it will continue 'for weeks to come'
Megan Twohey, a New York Times reporter who co-authored the story on the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment allegations, is speaking out. The piece detailed decades of alleged sexual harassment or unwanted physical contact from several women, including actress Ashley Judd, against the Hollywood
Meryl Streep is 'appalled' by Harvey Weinstein's alleged behavior
Meryl Streep once referred to Harvey Weinstein as "God" in an acceptance speech, but in a statement to the Huffington Post on Monday, she said she was "appalled" by the "disgraceful news" about him. Last Thursday, the New York Times published a report alleging that several women, including actress