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R. Kelly has announced a tour in Australia, but politicians are concerned about letting him into the country
The announcement sparked 'serious concerns' about allowing him into the country.
Gretchen Carlson spotlighted McDonald’s workers speaking out against about sexual harassment at the fast-food giant in her new series
Gretchen Carlson's series "Breaking the Silence" featured interviews with McDonald's workers speaking out against sexual harassment.
Lady Gaga says she believes the women accusing R. Kelly of sexual assault, and has vowed to pull her song with the R&B singer from all streaming ...
The artist apologised for ever working with R. Kelly, and said that the provocative song they made together was a result of her not processing the trauma in her own life.
People are accusing Louis C.K. of being ‘alt-right’ after he was heard mocking non-binary people and school shooting survivors in a leaked...
The material features jokes about shooting survivors and gender identity.
Every year, the Associated Press polls editors and news directors across the US to find out which were the top news stories. These are 2018's.
Radio stations are banning ‘Baby, It’s Cold Outside’ for its questionable language, but a historian says it was once a feminist anth...
While some worry that "Baby, It's Cold Outside" is predatory, one music historian says the song is about female empowerment.
The accountancy firm Deloitte says it fired about 20 partners in the UK in the past four years over behavior including sexual harassment and bullying.
From Oprah Winfrey to Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, women ignited the national conversation in 2018. Here are some of their best moments.
Companies are holding off hosting holiday parties this year — and it may be because of #MeToo concerns
Only 65% of companies say they're going to hold a holiday celebration this year — the lowest level since the depths of the financial crisis in 2009.
Under Armour employees reportedly went to strip clubs on the company’s dime before a policy change this year
Under Armour executives — including CEO and founder Kevin Plank — visited strip clubs on the company dime, The Wall Street Journal reported.