Americans have some questions that need answers.
People will wonder if the strikes were meant at least partly as a distraction from White House scandals, said Rachel Maddow.
"He just wasn't entitled to my silence any longer," the New York senator says of her response to the sexual misconduct allegations her fellow Democrat faced.
Oregon's governor and House speaker are calling on State Sen. Jeff Kruse (R) to resign.
Parliament is fast-tracking a new workplace harassment bill after a number of political leaders were forced to resign over alleged misconduct in recent weeks.
This is the same RNC that aggressively went after Democrats to return Harvey Weinstein's contributions.
“How a serial predator like Dr. Nassar could have preyed on so many young girls for a long time in such a flagrant fashion is appalling."
The memo's release is part of a sustained GOP attack on investigations into Trump and Russia.
Trump supporters working to undermine the Mueller investigation are saying things about the FBI you don't typically hear from Republicans.
Statute of Limitations At least eight states — California, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New York, Washington, Wisconsin
Luiz Inácio da Silva, the former Brazilian president seeking that office again, is appealing corruption charges his lawyer says are political persecution.
Self-loathing men in power counted on the media keeping their secret. For some, those days may be over.
Colorado state Rep. Steve Lebsock quit his caucus this week after a colleague accused him of harassment.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens strongly denies the abuse claims, through his lawyer.
Eric Greitens, his wife and his lawyer released statements hours after he delivered his second State of the State address.
"I hope to help the women who might have been in a similar situation," his accuser says.
Three of them are bragging about it.