5 Women Accuse Architect Richard Meier Of Sexual HarassmentPrize-winning architect Richard Meier is taking a six-month leave from the firm he founded after sexual harassment complaints.
Despite Promises, Florida Won't Pass Sexual Harassment BillFlorida legislators passed a historic bill on gun safety this week but failed to come through on another pressing issue.
Florida Lawmakers To Take On Sexual Harassment In GovernmentEfforts to combat sexual abuse are moving forward in Tallahassee.
Clinton Kept Adviser On Campaign Despite Sexual Harassment AllegationHillary Clinton decided not to fire a senior adviser on her 2008 presidential campaign who had been accused of sexual harassment.
Office Holiday Party Etiquette: Think Professional, Not PlaytimeOffice holiday parties are kicking off across the country, but many workers have questions about appropriate behavior, especially with sexual harassment concerns in the forefront.
Minnesota Lt. Gov. Tina Smith Named To Fill Franken SeatMinnesota Gov. Mark Dayton has appointed Lt. Gov. Tina Smith to replace Sen. Al Franken until a special election in November, setting up his long-time and trusted adviser for a potentially bruising 2018 election.
Chef Mario Batali Steps Away From $250M Empire Amid Harassment ClaimsCelebrity Chef Mario Batali is out of the kitchen and off the air after five women claimed he sexually harassed them.
Arizona Congressman Resigns Amid Ethics InvestigationRepublican Representative Trent Franks from Arizona announced he will resign after an ethics investigation was opened against him.
Gov. Scott Says Sen. Latvala Is `Distraction' Amid InvestigationGov. Rick Scott said Sen. Jack Latvala is a "distraction" amid sex harassment investigation, but stopped short of saying he should resign.
Matt Lauer Apologizes "To The People I Have Hurt"Former NBC "Today" show host Matt Lauer has issued a statement apologizing for the pain he caused.
House To Vote On Mandating Sexual Harassment TrainingThe House of Representatives is expected to vote on a resolution requiring sexual harassment training for members and their staff.
State Has Paid Millions To Settle Sexual Harassment ClaimsOver the last three decades, Florida has shelled out more than $11 million to settle hundreds of cases where state employees claimed they were sexually harassed or forced to work in a hostile environment.