Patrick Meehan, Congressman Combating Harassment, Settled His Own Misconduct Case

Representative Patrick Meehan, a Republican member of the House Ethics Committee, used taxpayer money to pay a former aide who had seen him as a father figure before he made unwanted advances.

Courts Must Better Police Themselves on Harassment, Chief Justice Says

In his year-end report on the state of the federal judiciary, Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. addressed reports of sexual misconduct by an appeals court judge.

Microsoft Moves to End Secrecy in Sexual Harassment Claims

Microsoft eliminated forced arbitration agreements with employees who make sexual harassment claims and is supporting a proposed federal law to ban such agreements.

Congress Struggles to Confront Sexual Harassment as Stories Pile Up

Capitol Hill, shrouded in secrecy and following its own rules, joins Hollywood, Silicon Valley and other industries under scrutiny for sexual harassment.

Weinstein Company Faces Civil Rights Inquiry by New York Attorney General

The inquiry by Eric T. Schneiderman is examining whether allegations of sexual misconduct against Harvey Weinstein reflect broader civil rights violations.