Five of the women spoke anonymously.
Franken was accused this week of forcibly kissing and groping a woman without her consent in 2006.
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.
Lawmakers have introduced legislation to prevent and respond to sexual harassment in Congress.
Christopher Shays, who sponsored the 1995 Congressional Accountability Act, says it's time for transparency.
Congress is finally reckoning with its long history of sexual misconduct—and Kellyanne Conway wants some of the credit.
Only the accusations against former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein crossed the political divide in new survey.
“We cannot in good conscience encourage our students to pursue educational or employment opportunities at the University of Rochester,” professors said in a letter.
The media outlet says the agreement was designed to ensure employees were comfortable with its racy content.
A photo posted anonymously sparked the probe after it showed a uniformed Florida police chief surrounded by female officers in bikinis, claiming the women were "visually raped" by their boss.
Earlier this month, the actress said Ratner forced her to perform oral sex on him. She has now revealed an encounter with Weinstein, as well.
Sexual harassment has been a problem plaguing Hollywood since its beginnings.
More than a dozen women say Mark Schwahn made them feel "physically unsafe."
Kreisberg was suspended Friday by Warner Bros. Television Group.
Amy Klobuchar co-sponsored a bill to make sexual harassment training mandatory.
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.
"I Love You, Daddy" was supposed to have its New York City premiere on Thursday. It was abruptly cancelled following allegations in the New York Times.
Powerful predators have demeaned, abused or assaulted women for centuries without fear of arrest or even censure. But in a miracle as unlikely as soaring swine, the monsters are finally facing their day of reckoning.
Because do we really need Paul Blart: Streaming President?
Representative Brenda Lawrence reportedly dismissed multiple female aides’ concerns about her chief of staff, Dwayne Duron Marshall.