Many have turned to survivor groups or therapy. Actors Tyler Perry, Tom Arnold and Anthony Edwards are among those who have come forward.
In a visceral, powerful piece for The New Yorker, the award-winning author breaks his lifelong silence on the rape that impacted his entire being.
The Connecticut Democrat announces she will not run this year amid calls for her resignation over her handling of the firing of a former chief of staff accused of harassment.
Some potential jurors in the comedian's sexual assault retrial could be more hostile toward him, others more likely to think men are being unfairly accused.
The women expected to run for office this year—a record number—are breaking barriers and upending traditional campaigning as they introduce themselves to an electorate they hope is eager for change.
Fueled in part by the #MeToo movement, state legislatures, corrections officials and the federal government are working to address the issue.
A woman reports she had a child with Wynn after he raped her, while another says she was forced to resign from a job after she refused to have sex with him.
If Americans can’t be secure from someone packing an assault rifle, or from the predatory behavior of powerful men, or from the police, we do not live in a functioning society.