On Friday, Esquire editor-in-chief Jay Fielden announced that he is hiring Ryan Lizza as the magazine’s chief political correspondent “at a time when Washington is the main event.” Curiously, at a time when the #MeToo era has also become a main event, Fielden failed to mention the fact that Lizza was available for…
Retired Four-Star Marine General and Resident Adult in the Room John Kelly has reportedly called Donald Trump an “idiot” on multiple occasions and took credit for pulling the president back from the certain calamity of signing a bipartisan deal to save DACA, NBC reported on Monday.
In the wake of the Parkland shooting, the very dumbest idea that’s gotten perhaps the most traction is the proposal that teachers and school staff should be able to carry loaded weapons in schools, just in case one of their students gets the idea that they should commit mass murder.
On Monday, CQ Roll Call’s Amelia Frappoli caught Mississippi Senator Roger Wicker saying something interesting on a hot mic.
On Wednesday afternoon, The New York Times announced that Glenn Thrush—its star White House correspondent who has been suspended over sexual harassment allegations—would return to the paper in two months, though in a new role.
At a press conference on Tuesday, reporter April Ryan asked White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders whether or not Donald Trump owed Senator Kirsten Gillibrand an apology for tweeting that Gillibrand would come “begging” to him for campaign contributions and that she “would do anything for them.”
CNN published an article on Tuesday based on interviews with dozens of people speaking anonymously about sexual harassment on Capitol Hill that revealed an unwritten roster of male legislators notorious for their alleged inappropriate behavior, which multiple people referred to as the “creep list.”
On Friday, actress Ellen Page published a Facebook post detailing her history of sexual harassment and assault in Hollywood.
Franklin Foer was the editor of The New Republic for a total of seven years. Over the past month, allegations emerged that Leon Wieseltier, the magazine’s well-respected literary editor, had been a creep to female staffers for pretty much his entire career.
With his heartfelt and earnest responses to Trump’s attempts to appeal to Obamacare and the fatal shooting in Las Vegas, Jimmy Kimmel has set himself apart from his late night brethren. But while he may be America’s favorite current woke patriot because of his monologues and also because he didn’t personally bring out…
On Tuesday night, The New York Times, Politico, and The Atlantic all published stories detailing numerous sexual harassment allegations against Leon Wieseltier, the New Republic’s famed literary editor for over 30 years before he left the magazine in 2014. Wieseltier had been accused of “workplace harassment” on an…
The battle to combat the systemic sexism that continues to subject women to hellish and sometimes dangerous circumstances is not just limited to the Harvey Weinstein-roiled movie business. The fashion world is also ripe for reform. And while male fashion executives clearly have a difficult time recognizing sexual…
With the intellectual depth of an ashtray (apologies to ashtrays), tiki–torch–wielding white supremacist weakling Richard Spencer continues to provide the world even more reasons to loathe his existence.
The federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced this week that it had evidence to support claims of shocking racism and discrimination by Henrietta, NY, Town Supervisor Jack Moore.
The women of the entertainment industry continue to face a pretty insane amount of discrimination, and a group of them have decided not to take it anymore.
Female representation in front of the camera and behind in Hollywood has been exceptionally bad since, well kind of forever. But according to a new study, there is some “modest” progress being made in the world of television.