Joe Biden led the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing nearly 30 years ago when Anita Hill accused now-Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment.
Biden has previously expressed "regret" over how Hill was treated when she testified that Thomas has sexually harassed her during his confirmation hearings in 1991.
"I don't mean to malign Joe, but Joe told me he didn't believe her," former Senator Orrin Hatch said.
Anita Hill said she "cannot be satisfied" with Joe Biden's "I'm sorry."
"Here's some of the best of the best of Joe Biden," co-host Ainsley Earhardt said before playing a gaffe reel on the heels of his 2020 announcement.
"First of all, this woman Lucy is very bold to come forward," Conway told Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace, "and I would remind the audience that she shares Joe Biden's political party.
"This is not something he can just get out of the way before announcing his candidacy," a founder of the women's group UltraViolet tweeted.
New York's Empire State Building will be among 20 iconic towers around the globe to cut their lights by half on Monday or Tuesday night.
Anita Hill made the #MeToo movement a centerpiece of her commencement address to Rutgers law students on Thursday.
A case has been made to have the Supreme Court justice impeached for perjury.
A second woman has accused Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas of sexual assault, and a campaign to impeach him is looming.
Biden has said publicly that he's sorry for the way Anita Hill was treated in her 1991 hearing. But he hasn't said it to her directly.
Fake moderates McCain and Collins showed their fraudulent commitment to Senate traditions.
In HBO's "Confirmation," Pierce plays the Supreme Court justice during the Anita Hill hearings.
After long internal debate, the vice president forgoes a late start.
The Muppet will join Gloria Steinem in conversation at the Brooklyn Museum in June.