pregnancy discrimination

The MSNBC host has his own history of sexist remarks and at least one sexual harassment complaint.
The senator from Massachusetts went after the former New York mayor during the Democratic presidential debate in Charleston, South Carolina.
Recently pregnant professionals share the comments that raised questions about their capabilities on the job.
Yes, this sort of discrimination happened in the 1970s, when Elizabeth Warren was a teacher. But it still happens today.
In the wake of scrutiny over the presidential candidate's own story of losing her job, the senator urged other women to come forward. So they did.
Dr. Samantha Decombel says her invitation to give a lecture was revoked due to her pregnancy.