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First-term Rep. Ruben Kihuen, D-Nev., is accused of making repeated unwanted sexual advances toward a onetime campaign staffer. Kihuen has apologized and said he takes the "matter seriously."Read more from NPR.org
"Republicans tucked a provision undermining sexual assault victims into a 542-page bill https://t.co/HcdRvrohE7"Read more from Twitter
Stanton Glantz, a high-profile anti-tobacco campaigner, has been accused of sexually harassing a former researcher and stealing credit for her workhttps://t.co/G2hqZnIbNl— BuzzFeed News (@BuzzFeedNews) December 7, 2017
"Three more women have accused the actor Dustin Hoffman of sexual misconduct, according to a report in Variety https://t.co/42NbxvRPPh"Read more from Twitter
New: NBC Made Payment To Staffer After Sexual Harassment Claim Against Chris Matthews. The woman complained to CNBC executives in 1999 about Matthews making inappropriate comments and jokes about her while in the company of others.https://t.co/U19iUvOVXX— Yashar Ali ?? (@yashar) December 17, 2017
https://t.co/23SeIuwbvp— Aliette de Bodard (@aliettedb) December 16, 2017
"nearly a quarter of men don't consider exposing themselves or masturbating in front of someone to be sexual harassment" Bloody hell.
Morning Joe host: Mark Halperin wants to apologize to his accusers, but they don't want to talk to him https://t.co/vCRkQPLphX pic.twitter.com/q1joJwPMQp— The Hill (@thehill) December 22, 2017
Seeing how many names are on this list that I didn't even know had been accused...— Ezra Klein (@ezraklein) December 22, 2017
Spend some time with this today. It's searing to see it all in one place. https://t.co/IOWGeJ8tcv
Breaking News: Groping, unwanted kisses, propositions for sex: At Vice, a hard-partying, boundary-pushing culture created a degrading workplace for women. https://t.co/6byffyR6ya— The New York Times (@nytimes) December 23, 2017
She was a news intern. He was a TV journalist. She says he raped her, and she decided to do something Japanese women rarely do: Speak out. https://t.co/5gV3EAPftX— The New York Times (@nytimes) December 30, 2017