metoo

Years after being assaulted, I can’t escape my rapist — and his picture-perfect life — on social media

1 in 6 American women has been the victim of an attempted or completed rape

‘The Assistant’ isn’t about Harvey Weinstein. But he looms over it.

Director Kitty Green spoke with several assistants as part of her research, including some who once worked for Weinstein

She accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct. Here’s what she and others are looking for as he faces trial.

Plus, we hear from a legal expert and an activist

On the eve of Harvey Weinstein’s trial, the Golden Globes had a chance to support #MeToo. Instead, Ricky Gervais was the host.

The audience was subjected to a reckless monologue by the British comedian

I confronted Harvey Weinstein at a comedy show. Here’s why — and the important lesson I learned in the aftermath.

Weinstein just reached a tentative settlement with more than 30 alleged sexual misconduct victims

Former students sue James Franco for allegedly exploiting a ‘steady stream’ of young women

Allegations about Franco’s acting school first surfaced in early 2018

A federal judge in Kansas was publicly reprimanded for sending sexually suggestive texts and dating a felon

Carlos Murguia has served on the bench since 1999

This #MeToo hotline gets hundreds of calls from women being harassed at work. It’s funded by Hollywood.

Meryl Streep, Selena Gomez and Shonda Rhimes helped create the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund

CBS seeks a new programming direction one year after Les Moonves’s ouster

The network spent much of 2018 dogged by sexual-misconduct allegations against the former chief executive

How New York Times reporters Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey broke the Harvey Weinstein story that sparked #MeToo

‘She Said,’ a new book from Kantor and Twohey, is an instant classic of investigative journalism