#MeToo

Julia Conley, staff writer
Chris Matthews interviews Sen. Elizabeth Warren following a recent Democratic presidential primary debate. On Tuesday, Matthews questioned Warren's position that former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is lying about reports that he sexually harassed and discriminated against his employees.
"He is not fit to continue to cover this election. MSNBC can and must do better, and they can start by firing Chris Matthews."
Julia Conley, staff writer
"This verdict sends a clear signal that sexual abusers everywhere can and will...
Julia Conley, staff writer
"When you fight transparency, protect reputations that don't deserve protection...

Further

One year ago, 300 high-profile actresses partnered with activists to launch Time's Up, a movement to fight systemic sexual harassment in every workplace with the tagline, "No more silence. No more waiting. No more tolerance..." It has now raised over $22 million for its legal defense fund and helped almost 4,000 people fight sexual discrimination. For New Year's, they released a powerful, celebratory video. 2018, they declare, "was just the beginning."