A new book documents how New York Times reporters broke the story of Harvey Weinstein. And for other women who came forward with sexual misconduct allegations, some lost their jobs, others lost their savings, and many were subject to harassment. Was it worth it?
The price of being a whistleblower
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Impeachment: House Intel Committee will subpoena documents if the White House doesn’t cooperate
At an impromptu press conference today, President Trump defended his behavior on his July phone call with Ukranian President Volodymyr Zelensky. He also accused House...
Behind the scenes of breaking the Harvey Weinstein story
The hotel suite meetings, the open bathrobe, the persistent requests for a massage make up the now well-known sequence of events described by many of the women who’ve...
The costs of being a whistleblower
I t rarely pays to be a whistleblower. Chelsea Manning spent years in a military prison. Christine Blasey Ford still receives death threats. Edward Snowden lives in exile in...