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Bernie Sanders apologizes to women on his campaign who say they were sexually harassed, and says he didn’t know about a $30,000 discrimination s...
Sen. Bernie Sanders issued a formal apology to women who said they were sexually harassed and mistreated on his 2016 campaign.
A young woman and former staffer on Sen. Bernie Sanders' 2016 presidential campaign has accused a former top campaign aide of forcibly kissing her.
Neil deGrasse Tyson posted a lengthy statement Saturday that addressed and denied multiple allegations of sexual misconduct.
First Lady Melania Trump addressed Donald Trump's alleged extramarital affairs and accusations of sexual misconduct in a wide-ranging interview with ABC News that aired on Friday night.
KAVANAUGH IS CONFIRMED: Embattled Supreme Court nominee secures 50 votes in the Senate, is sworn in as justice
Judge Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the Supreme Court with 50 votes in the Senate on Saturday, bringing to a close weeks of bitter partisan fights and protests over the nominee, who faced multiple allegations of sexual misconduct and doubts about his truthfulness under oath.
If Democrats flip the House in November, some have indicated they will support an investigation into, and possible impeachment of, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, who is expected to be confirmed on Saturday.
Kellyanne Conway fumes about sexual assault survivors protesting Kavanaugh while ‘Fox and Friends’ host Ainsley Earhardt says their tactic...
Kellyanne Conway, a top adviser to President Donald Trump, on Friday blamed Democrats for not doing enough to help women as they attempt to derail Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation.
Anti-Kavanaugh activists are turning up the heat on Sen. Susan Collins in the final days of the confirmation battle
Democratic activists have zeroed in on Sen. Susan Collins, the moderate Maine Republican, in their battle to defeat Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, which has reached a fever pitch as lawmakers close in on a final confirmation vote as early as Saturday.
Christine Blasey Ford's lawyers sent a letter to the FBI on Tuesday scolding the agency for not contacting them for insight into Ford's sexual assault claims against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. The letter says it is "inconceivable" that the agency would proceed without interviewing Ford.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh and his staff were reportedly sending text messages to former classmates to underplay allegations that he exposed himself during a party at Yale University.