Washington's state Senate unanimously approved the measure in response to months of threats against election workers since the 2020 presidential election.
Matthew Smith, head of the Genesee County, Michigan, Republican Party, pleaded guilty to charges related to a March 2020 phone call to another elected official.
The meeting will determine whether the harassment claim filed by former aide Brittany Commisso will be dismissed.
Over the course of the pandemic, 37 percent of Minnesota's COVID ICU nurses have left. Mary Turner is still there. Read her interview with Newsweek.
One of the election workers was relocated by the FBI after the bureau deemed it unsafe for her to remain at her home from people showing up multiple times.
The former governor's allies assisted him with strategizing his case and how to save his political career, according to released testimony.
"She would say things like 'you would look good in that' or 'I wish I could find someone like you,'" the man wrote.
Matthew Smith had previously denied to investigators that he called Jennifer Kelly, saying the call must have been spoofed, the police reports said.
"I'm surprised nobody in the neighborhood heard me, because I screamed so, so loud," the targeted woman said upon seeing her destroyed car.
Arluan Van Hook, a student at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, said he has been called racial slurs and "pulled on, pushed around in the dark woods."
One woman called the TikToker's actions the "sad reality" of what women have to do "to be safe" but one man branded it "overkill."
The racist abuse started when Dr. Elysse Versher tried to enforce the school's dress code.
The former One Direction singer was sentenced to a total of 360 days of probation.
"Imagine if a shyer girl is walking to her car at night and he's out there...he needs to be kicked out," a TikTok viewer commented on the video.
One woman said: "My anxiety just went crazy watching this. We can't even respond to them 'cause they think we are interested."
Jannique Martinez says her neighbor is making her family's life miserable by playing recordings featuring racial slurs and monkey noises.
The man in the video continued to direct expletives toward the woman after she confronted him about taking the photos.
The footage of her walking while the man demands she listen to him for "two minutes" has been viewed 4.7 million times.
"You're making a bad decision. You're a bad American...you're a bad person for doing this," the man said in the video.
Zhou Xiaoxuan has become the face of the country's #MeToo movement for filing a harassment case against her workplace superior in 2018.
"I said to a close friend and my husband that I wasn't sure how much more I could take," former school board member Kurt Thigpen wrote.
"My heart was beating so fast, and I was so flustered and my face was so red," the woman said in a video following the stressful encounter.
Parents can request vouchers for their children experiencing "harassment" over COVID-19 measures under provisions usually meant for bullied children.
"No one should ever have to endure what the women, in this case, were subjected to," said Assistant Attorney General Kristen Clarke.
The Lanesborough Police Department investigation found that Officer Brennan Polidoro "engaged in conduct unbecoming an officer and breaking departmental rules."
One woman said she didn't make her allegations against Cuomo public sooner out of concern for "the personal and professional problems that could have been created."
Nirosha Sithirapathy filed 42 discrimination and harassment complaints to an employment tribunal about her boss and coworkers.
The TikToker's video has gone viral on the app, racking up over 176,000 views in just two days, and even gained support from some Christian viewers.
In a statement given to Newsweek, a Fox News representative acknowledged the settlement by saying, "We are pleased to reach an amicable resolution of this legacy matter."
The New York governor maintained that he did nothing wrong in regard to the sexual harassment allegations against him.