Fox News has agreed to pay $1 million, the highest fine in the history of NYC's Commission on Human Rights, for repeated violations of its employees’ rights.
Vindictive bullies like Harvey Weinstein and Roger Ailes were defeated. We can learn from those experiences when fighting Trump.
Former Fox host Gretchen Carlson talks to CNN's Brian Stelter about her new initiative urging companies to "eradicate nondisclosures" and "give women their voice back," and about the soon to be released movie "Bombshell."
Former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson has written an editorial in The New York Times calling on the network to release her and other victims of sexual harassment from their non-disclosure agreements so that they can speak about their experiences. She calls it the "next phase" in the #MeToo movement.
MSNBC's Joy-Ann Reid and her panel, Gretchen Carlson, Nayyera Haq, Jennifer Rubin and Lauren Duca discuss the media coverage Hillary Clinton received during the campaign in light of the sexual harassment allegations which have come out against many of her critics.
Bill O'Reilly's protestations of innocence get ridiculed by the former Fox News host.
These disgraced conservative dinosaurs have more than nine lives.
The name of former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes has been removed from a newsroom at Ohio University and a $500,000 gift to the school will be returned as a result of the sexual harassment allegations against him.
The plaque and the name plate have been removed from the Roger E. Ailes Newsroom, and covered over by plywood.
Greta Van Susteren has left Fox News, claiming she has long been unhappy there. This, just two months after she ardently defended Roger Ailes and disparaged Gretchen Carlson’s claims of sexual harassment.
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