Actress Jessica Chastain tweeted Monday that she was aware of the rumors that powerful Hollywood executive Harvey Weinstein regularly sexually harassed and assaulted women.
Twitter has blocked Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn’s (Tenn.) Senate campaign announcement ad, ruling that a pro-life statement was “inflammatory.”
The dean of Seattle University’s law school revoked the school’s scholarship of a Federalist Society event, arguing it could be “harmful” to minority students to hear a conservative viewpoint.
Liberal pundit and former Democratic House candidate Krystal Ball on Monday called out and shamed Hillary Clinton for not condemning Democratic mega-donor Harvey Weinstein.
“Saturday Night Live” planned to tell jokes about influential media mogul Harvey Weinstein being accused of multiple instances of sexual harassment and assault, but ultimately chose not to, according to several reports.
A former New York Times reporter is speaking out, saying that she had an exclusive on ousted media mogul Harvey Weinstein’s lecherous ways, but her story was gutted by the paper’s higher-ups.
The Michigan State University administration condemned the appearance of a “noose” in a dormitory on Wednesday, calling it a racist symbol and a threat.
Powerful media mogul Harvey Weinstein has been accused of sexual harassing at least eight women over the span of nearly 30 years, according to a new bombshell report.
High-ranking Democratic Rep. Linda Sanchez (Calif.) said in a Thursday interview that she believes Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) should step down from her role as House minority leader.