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New Damages Possible for Judge in Sexual-Harassment Case

U.S. News

The Standard-Examiner reported Tuesday the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals decided punitive damages should be on the table because there was evidence Judge Craig Storey knew his treatment of the court employee could constitute sexual harassment since he was a lawyer who also had taken repeated anti-harassment training.

House GOP Leader Promotes Sexual-Harassment Hotline

U.S. News

That prompted testimony from political activist Denise Rotheimer that she was harassed last year by Sen. Ira Silverstein (SIHL'-vur-steen) of Chicago. The Democrat has resigned his leadership position.

Weinstein Sexual-Harassment Bombshell Has Dems Running for Cover

U.S. News

Weinstein had strong connections in Washington; besides contributing to dozens of campaigns over the years, and raising money for Clinton and Obama, the producer employed Malia Obama, the oldest of former President Barack Obama's two daughters, as an intern this year. Weinstein's contribution list also includes past donations to Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.), Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), and Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.), all of whom are cited as potential contenders for the 2020 presidential race.

Microsoft's #MeToo moment Opinion


This month Microsoft became the first Fortune 100 company to endorse legislation inspired by the #MeToo movement. Our endorsement was part of a journey that continues not only for ourselves, but also for many across the country. As we head into 2018, there are opportunities for all of us to ask important questions, learn together and act collectively.

Mariah Carey settles sexual-harassment lawsuit with ex-manager: report

FOX News

Mariah Carey reportedly settled a lawsuit with her ex-manager who accused her of sexual harassment. Mariah Carey settled a lawsuit with her ex-manager who accused the singer of sexual harassment, alleging Carey often was nude in front of her, Page Six reported Monday. "The parties [have] reached a mutually agreed resolution to this matter," an attorney for Stella Stolper -- who managed Carey, 48, for three years through November 2017 -- wrote in a statement to the outlet. Stolper's attorney declined to say whether the former manager accepted a cash payoff, the outlet reported. Stella Stolper, left, and Mariah Carey posing for a selfie prior to Stolper's firing.