Longtime MPR Reporter Resigns, Saying Editors Shelved #MeToo Story About DJ At The CurrentA longtime Minnesota Public Radio reporter resigned Monday over her editors’ decision to hold off on airing a story about #MeToo allegations made against a DJ at The Current.
'U' Professors Suspended For Sexual Harassment Return To CampusTwo professors received a disciplinary suspension without pay last academic year, but returned this fall with some restrictions for working with students, according to an email sent to partners and members of the college.
Report: Al Franken 'Absolutely' Regrets Resigning Without Senate Ethics InvestigationIn an article published online Monday, former Minnesota Sen. Al Franken says he "absolutely" regrets resigning without an ethics investigation in the wake of multiple sexual misconduct allegations in 2017, at the height of the #MeToo movement.
America's Sex-Ed Controversy: Can You Teach Consent?In recent years, the issue of consent — what it means, and how it is given — has become a cultural topic of conversation. Significant increases in the number of reported sexual assaults on college campuses and the #MeToo movement have left many wondering, how can we prevent these situations from happening in the first place?
Women-Centered Workspaces Rise In Wake Of #MeToo MovementEntering the year-old workspace ModernWell feels like coming into a comfortable spa. Clean lines give way to cozy touches like footstools covered with faux fur and a roaring fire surrounded by comfortable armchairs. Women type away on laptops at tables scattered throughout.
Judge Rules Harvey Weinstein Case To Move ForwardWeinstein, 66, put on his fiercest campaign yet to get the case thrown out, seizing on the alleged police misconduct and putting forth a witness who says his rape accuser pressured her to corroborate her story.
Abuse Allegation Against Ellison Fueling Wardlow's Bid For Attorney General In ads, rallies and the signage on his campaign bus, the Republican running for Minnesota attorney general has a prevailing message for voters: He's not Keith Ellison.
No Abuse Allegations Against Keith Ellison In Unsealed Divorce DocumentsThe divorce file of U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison and his former wife was unsealed Wednesday, and a review of the documents showed there are no allegations of abuse against the congressman.
Keith Ellison's Petition To Keep Divorce Records Sealed Is DeniedRep. Keith Ellison's request to keep his divorce records sealed has been denied by the state's Court of Appeals.
Part Of Criminal Case Against Harvey Weinstein DroppedThe tossed charge involves allegations made by one of the three accusers in the case, Lucia Evans, who was among the first women to publicly accuse Weinstein of sexual assault.
Ford-Kavanaugh Hearing: A Lesson In Gender RolesHe let his anger flare repeatedly, interrupted his questioners and cried several times during his opening statement. She strived to remain calm and polite, despite her nervousness, and mostly held back her tears.
Keith Ellison Abuse Claims Taking Center Stage In Attorney General RaceAs the nation focuses on allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, a #MeToo claim continues to be a major focus in the race for Minnesota's attorney general.
Bill Cosby's Day Of Reckoning Comes In Sex Assault CaseBill Cosby faces a good chance of being sent to prison Tuesday, when a judge is expected to sentence the TV star who was convicted of drugging and sexually assaulting a woman.
Kavanaugh Accuser Says Would Testify Next Week Under The Right TermsChristine Blasey Ford may testify against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh after all, her attorney said, breathing new life into the prospect of a dramatic Senate showdown next week over Ford's accusation that he assaulted her when they were in high school.
CBS May Not Release Findings Of Internal Investigation Into MoonvesThe company has hired two outside law firms to investigate the allegations against Moonves.