In the face of a landslide of sexual misconduct allegations against public figures, some men have come to a backwards conclusion—men should never be alone with women.
Bill Clinton’s alleged victims have accused Hillary Clinton of intimidating them into silence.
Congress is finally reckoning with its long history of sexual misconduct—and Kellyanne Conway wants some of the credit.
Military medical facilities can only provide abortions in the event of rape, incest or a risk to the woman’s life.
Legal analyst Mercedes Colwin stepped down from her position as managing partner after her comments on Fox News.
Sexual harassment has been a problem plaguing Hollywood since its beginnings.
Crisis Pregnancy Centers are arguing a California state law requiring them to provide women with information about abortion infringes on their First Amendment rights.
A watchdog group is accusing Attleboro Women’s Health Center of deliberately deceiving women who seek its services.
State Rep. Ed Henry said Roy Moore's accusers are to blame for "allowing him to exist" for decades.
Los Angeles's district attorney has appointed veteran prosecutors to a special task force that will examine the allegations in Hollywood.
Sexual assault allegations, amazingly, only have a mixed record of sinking the candidacies of powerful men running for office.
Representative Brenda Lawrence reportedly dismissed multiple female aides’ concerns about her chief of staff, Dwayne Duron Marshall.
A FEMA official accused chef José Andrés of self-promotion after he criticized the government agency's response to Hurricane Maria.
House Speaker Paul Ryan sent a memo to House members on Friday urging them and their staff to undergo sexual harassment training.
Twitter users are slamming a Los Angeles Times columnist for commenting on the White House press secretary's appearance.
Penny Nance's fixation on the portrayal of men in 'Frozen' is just the tip of the iceberg for the anti-choice anti-feminist advocate.
Rep. Steve King used an ultrasound machine to make a misleading point about abortion on Wednesday.
Frank Nucera Jr., a former New Jersey police chief, has said he'd like to be on a firing squad to "mow down" black people.