Forty-two House Democrats bucked party leadership on Thursday to pass an amendment ensuring that individuals convicted of sex crimes, terrorism, and other violent offenses cannot be employed by the TSA.
Longtime MSNBC anchor Chris Matthews, who once included Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu on a list of "bad guys" along with Russia's Vladimir Putin and Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan, announced his "retirement" from the network on Monday.
Disgraced former Democratic congresswoman Katie Hill has been the subject of glowing media profiles, interviews, and op-eds since she was forced to resign in November 2019 following sexual misconduct allegations.
Disgraced former MSNBC analyst Mark Halperin’s book How to Beat Trump: America's Top Political Strategists On What It Will Take sold 502 copies during its first week, according to NPD BookScan's Wednesday report.
One of the country's top liberal labor unions is decrying McDonald's "rotten" culture but is still grappling with its own history of misconduct complaints, including allegations of sexual assault and "abusive and aggressive behavior" throughout its ranks.
Actress Rose McGowan blasted Hillary Clinton on Twitter Friday after reports emerged that Clinton's team pressured journalist Ronan Farrow to stop writing an exposé on movie mogul Harvey Weinstein's history of rape and sexual harassment.
The senators who recanted their initial support for former Minnesota senator Al Franken's resignation remained silent as a ninth woman has stepped forward to say that the ex-Democratic senator groped her without consent.