Lawyer for Harvey Weinstein says he never admitted to exchanging sex for movie roles

A columnist who quoted Weinstein as admitting to the behavior now says he "misrepresented" their conversation.

Who’s Sorry This Week? Henry Cavill, Papa John and other public apologies

These celebrities and public figures apologize for their behavior and will try to do better in the future. They appreciate you respecting their privacy at this time.
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Mic Daily: The government struggles to reunite families, Trump mocks #MeToo and more

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Is it ethical to eat at a restaurant at the center of a #MeToo accusation?

The answer isn’t always obvious.

UK police are investigating 3 new allegations of sexual assault against Kevin Spacey

Spacey is now under investigation for a total of six incidents in the U.K.
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Mic Daily: The importance of female veterans in the upcoming election and more

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Harvey Weinstein indicted on 3 additional felony sex charges

Two of the charges could potentially result in life sentences if he's convicted.
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Mic Daily: Supreme Court upholds Trump’s travel ban, Terry Crews speaks out on assault and more

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How Chris Hardwick’s entertainment empire is reacting to sexual misconduct allegations against him

Actress Chloe Dykstra penned a heart-wrenching Medium post late Thursday alleging years of sexual and emotional abuse.

Harvey Weinstein pleads not guilty to rape and criminal sex act charges

Weinstein entered his plea in a New York City courtroom Tuesday morning.

Harvey Weinstein surrenders to police, faces rape charges

Weinstein, whose name became synonymous with the now widespread #MeToo movement, turned himself in on Friday.

Supreme Court sides with employers over employees in decision Ginsburg called “egregiously wrong”

The decision affects millions of American workers — and potentially the #MeToo movement.

More than 100 models sign an open letter calling for safer workplaces amid fashion’s #MeToo moment

The models are calling for an agreement called the Respect Program, which is all about more respect and accountability at work.

Why every restaurant should display this sexual harassment PSA on its walls

The poster aims to bring attention to what individuals can do if they feel they are being sexually harassed.

In #MeToo era, Republicans could actually see the number of women in their ranks shrink

The number of women in the House Republican conference could fall by as many as 10, thanks to retirements and the anti-Trump political climate.

150 years ago, a group of women fought the patriarchy by eating lunch at this NYC restaurant

Before they were fighting for the right to vote, women were fighting for the right to dine out without the accompaniment of a male chaperone.

Who’s Sorry This Week? Tony Robbins, Pope Francis and other public apologies

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For Mic’s latest series, we’re taking a look at the roots of our most pressing matters.

Do men accused of misconduct deserve to have their music in event playlists? These DJs weigh in.

Not playing an artist's music at events can "speak volumes," one DJ says.
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Rep. Elizabeth Esty pressured to resign following reports of sexual harassment in her office

The Connecticut congresswoman says she will not resign over reports alleging she mishandled sexual misconduct allegations about her former chief of staff.

Why suing over employee discrimination is a hell of a lot harder than it should be

Across the U.S., employers can, and do, discriminate over race, color, religion, sex or national origin. And it's difficult to fight back — here's why.

‘Thoroughbreds’ and ‘Flower’ are complex movies that respect — and fear — teenage girls

Both movies present noble missions that go awry, and that feel especially timely in our current #MeToo moment.
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In the throes of South Korea’s #MeToo, it’s “very hard to speak up”

South Koreans are having their own #MeToo moment, but not without backlash and controversy.

How the Time’s Up movement may have changed red carpet commentary forever

There's been a noticeable shift in what women are asked, and how the media covers these events now.

‘Jessica Jones’ actor Rachael Taylor on the second season’s newfound relevance in the wake of #MeToo

The second season of Marvel's gritty crime series is now available on Netflix.

The 2018 Oscars were proof that Hollywood still has some soul-searching to do

For all the talk of diversity and #MeToo, the academy still honored some men with problematic pasts.

At Oscars, Common and Andra Day perform “Stand Up for Something” with BLM, #MeToo movement leaders

Black Lives Matter, #MeToo, indigenous rights and immigrant rights were among the movements represented during Sunday night's Academy Awards ceremony.
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#MeToo founder Tarana Burke says E! ‘shouldn’t send’ Ryan Seacrest to the Oscars

Ryan Seacrest's hosting gig on the Oscars red carpet has come under fire amid new allegations of sexual assault.
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During South Korea’s #MeToo, 20 people report sexual violence at Olympic resource centers

For the first time ever, sexual violence resource centers are available to Olympic spectators — and yet, nearly two weeks in, only 20 cases have been reported.

“Tremendously shocking”: New data shows just how bad Hollywood’s sexual misconduct problem is

Nearly all of the respondents to a new survey said that they have experienced some form of sexual harassment.