Men on both sides of the aisle have been accused of sexual misconduct—but new polling data shows Republican men are more likely to own up to it.
Hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough criticized the Democratic Party and the #MeToo campaign for going too far.
One of Minnesota Senator Al Franken's sexual harassment accusers leveled more criticism on the lawmaker after he announced his resignation and dismissed many of the claims against him.
It's time elected officials faced consequences for sexual harassment.
The Minnesota senator called out Alabama’s Roy Moore and President Donald Trump in widely panned speech.
Senate Democrats have turned on Franken.
Even if you exclude his alleged sexual advances, Trump doesn't have the best record.
Democrats were far more critical of their own party members.
"I can’t say that it hasn’t happened. In crowded chaotic situations, I can’t say that I have not done that."
The Minnesota senator was accused of misconduct by four women.
The senior Democrat is battling an ethics investigation and allegations he sexually harassed his female staff, and several in his party have called for him to step down.
Minnesota Senator Al Franken has been accused of another "gross" and "uncomfortable" count of sexual misconduct.
Franken was accused this week of forcibly kissing and groping a woman without her consent in 2006.
Allegations of sexual misconduct go right to the top of American politics.
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.
The rape victim helped write the sexual assault bill with Franken, who is now accused of sexual misconduct.