Molly Ringwald had a negative interaction with Harvey Weinstein, but it was purely business-related. That doesn't mean she's escaped unscathed. In a New Yorker column, the actress says she's "had plenty of Harveys of my own over the years," including a 50-year-old crew member who pushed up against her with...
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Nelly, Kodak Black, and Matt Mondanile are just some musicians alleged of committing sexual assault crimes. by Anna Kaplan Matt Mondanile: serial sexual abuser. Adela Loconte / Getty In the wake of the New Yorker report exposing Harvey...Show More Summary
If you happen to see a driverless car trundling down Fifth Avenue, don’t panic. Compounding the misery that Elon Musk is likely feeling right now, General Motors has scored yet another victory in its quest to build the first commercially viable self-driving car. Show More Summary
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Molly Ringwald is speaking her truth about working in the industry and facing years of sexual harassment! In an op-ed essay written for The New Yorker titled All The Other Harvey Weinsteins, the actress described several horrifying experiences, along with her own interactions of working with Harvey Weinstein on the 1990 film Strike It Rich. She recalled [...]
In an essay for The New Yorker, Molly Ringwald details the sexual harassment she encountered on sets throughout her career at the hands of directors and crew members. “When I was thirteen, a fifty-year-old crew member told me that he would teach me to dance, and then proceeded to push ... More »
In a New Yorker essay called “All the Other Harveys,” Molly Ringwald shares her own experiences of sexual harassment in the movie industry. Her brushes with Harvey Weinstein himself were relatively benign—she witnessed an unplesant exchange...Show More Summary
To say I've been tempted to jump on the Botox bandwagon is an understatement. As a beauty writer and New Yorker who's nearing the bitter end of her twenties, it's safe to say that I'm surrounded by the seemingly untapped benefits ofShow More Summary
Here’s how to start making workplace sexual misconduct and discrimination a thing of the past. In the wake of bombshell reports by the The New York Times and The New Yorker detailing three decades of sexual misconduct by movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, the revelations keep coming. Show More Summary
Rachel Maddow yesterday spoke with Jane Mayer, the New Yorker writer whose story, which alleged that Trump said Mike Pence “wants to hang” all gays, made headlines. Mayer and Maddow talked about Pence’s religious extremism and gener… Read The post Rachel Maddow Talks with Writer Who Reported Pence ‘Wants to Hang’ All Gays; White House Denies – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Jane Mayer, staff writer for the New Yorker, talks with Rachel Maddow about her profile of Mike Pence, including the fact that his religious extremism and incompetence made him unpopular as governor before Donald Trump chose him as a running mate.
Yesterday the New Yorker published a fascinating, scathing and horrifying examination of Vice President Mike Pence. In a world where President Donald Trump has been increasingly unstable--something that is morbidly impressive given where he started out--and has shocked even his...
Two years ago, we shared the news that Condé Nast Entertainment was developing a film based on a two-part article called Voices Through the Trumpet, which was published in The New Yorker in 1936. Written by Carl Carmer, the article was the investigation of events that took place in upstate New York in the mid-1800s. Show More Summary
According to a lengthy "New Yorker" magazine profile of Mike Pence, the president has been known to mock the vice president’s evangelical values behind closed doors.
Jane Mayer, staff writer for the New Yorker, talks with Rachel Maddow about Mike Pence's key roles in the failure to vet Mike Flynn and the obfuscation of the firing James Comey and the legal jeopardy he could face as a result.
Jane Mayer, staff writer for the New Yorker, talks with Rachel Maddow about Mike Pence's key roles in the failure to vet Mike Flynn and the obfuscation of...
Jane Mayer, staff writer for the New Yorker, talks with Rachel Maddow about her profile of Mike Pence, including the fact that his religious extremism and...
New Yorker writer gives you men important tips to help them not be harassers The post NYMag’s Helen Rosen Ladysplains How Men Can be Better Feminists appeared first on RedState.
A daily roundup of the biggest stories in right-wing media. On Monday, conservatives responded to a New Yorker article about the vice presidency and potential presidency of Mike Pence. A section of the New Yorker piece widely sharedShow More Summary