TImes Up

Presidential primary debates featured few, if any, questions about sexual harassment or gender inequality for 20 years, according to a Time's Up analysis.
Claire Stapleton was among the organizers of last year's global walkout over the company's poor handling of sexual harassment allegations.
The pop star still didn't rally behind the Time's Up movement, saying she would never "cheer for someone's demise."
Current and former employees of the fast food chain say managers ignored their concerns about groping and lewd comments.
Eliza Dushku confronted the actor about harassing her on set. Her character was later written off the legal drama.
Lisa Borders initially cited "family concerns" when she announced her resignation from the Hollywood initiative combating sexual misconduct and gender inequality.
Lisa Borders expressed her “deep regret” at having to make the decision.
The "If Beale Street Could Talk" actress said she started hearing from people wanting to join her pledge "as soon as I walked off that stage."
Glenn Close turned her surprise win at the Golden Globes into an empowering moment for women.
Last year, the TV host was accused of sexual misconduct then cleared by an E! investigation.
Regina King used her Golden Globes acceptance speech to advocate for gender equity in the workplace.
The movement toppled some alleged abusers, but others did just fine.
Moonves has been denied his $120 million severance package after CBS conducted an investigation into his conduct.
The network is facing multiple sexual misconduct scandals, including at least a dozen allegations against the ousted CEO.
Google employees staged walkouts across the globe to protest against multimillion-dollar payouts to executives accused of sexual misconduct.
We've been mad for decades ― and invisible and silenced for equally as long.
Gabrielle McCaffrey showed up to support the women who came forward against the Supreme Court nominee -- in her wedding dress.
The network has said it will donate $20 million of the payout to the Me Too movement.
Moonves is stepping down as chairman and CEO of CBS after a fresh range of allegations were revealed in The New Yorker.
The CBS chairman and CEO was initially offered millions in exit compensation, according to reports.