The CNN anchor's apology may have been emailed to the woman whose rear end he grabbed, but it was directed towards her husband, first, and foremost.
Tarana Burke explains the the true meaning behind "Believe Women," which is not so difficult if you aren't steeped in misogyny.
His show ends on August 24.
Tarana Burke urges us to focus not on Cuomo's response to sexual harassment allegations, but everyone else's.
The "Catch and Kill" author tells Fox News host "multiple women" say "there are still problems" with sexual misconduct at Fox.
The journalists who broke the Weinstein story have a new book, "She Said," that focuses on the responsibilities of his attorneys for the victims' trauma.
Did Al Franken do something worthy of expulsion? There's the dilemma. I want women like Leeann Tweeden to be able to come forward without consequence to tell their stories. I want the men who abused them to feel their pain, to get it, to show us they've learned from these revelations