"This goes to the very heart of whether he should be confirmed" [to the Supreme Court], the Vermont senator writes in a letter to committee Chairman Chuck Grassley.
"It was hard for me to breathe, and I thought that Brett was accidentally going to kill me," she tells the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Twenty-seven years after testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Clarence Thomas' accuser believes "a lot is different now."
A tipping point has been reached.
The president's electoral victory helped give rise to the #MeToo era. Now, as it threatens his Supreme Court nominee and his party's congressional majorities, he's taking aim at the movement.
CBS says it has named Richard Parsons as interim chairman of the board as the company moves to reshape itself following the ouster of longtime chief Les Moonves.
The disgraced comedian and television star will become the first major celebrity of the #MeToo era to serve prison time.
Bill Cosby is due in court Monday for a two-day sentencing hearing that follows his conviction in the spring on three felony counts of aggravated indecent assault.
Often living paycheck to paycheck, these workers are risking everything to no longer be subjected to unwanted sexual propositions.
One accuser tells The New Yorker's Ronan Farrow that Moonves' potential $100 million exit deal is "completely disgusting."