Lawmakers speak out about sexual assault in Congress

Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) and several other lawmakers say Congress must improve its handling of sexual misconduct allegations on Capitol Hill.

Bipartisan group of lawmakers push for more protection for harassment victims on Capitol Hill

The proposed measure comes a day after a public hearing in which female members of Congress described inappropriate conduct by their colleagues.

Training is ‘ first step’ in stopping sexual harassment in the House, lawmakers say

Members recount stories of fellow members behaving inappropriately — without naming names.

Trump was expressing political opinion by calling sexual-harassment accusers ‘liars,’ his attorneys argue

The new court filing comes as the president seeks to have Summer Zervos’s defamation suit thrown out.

This congresswoman is starting #MeTooCongress to draw attention to sexual harassment on Capitol Hill

Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) is sharing her personal story of experiencing unwanted sexual advances as a congressional staffer.

How Congress plays by different rules on sexual harassment and misconduct

Sexual-harassment victims in Congress can feel pressured because of loyalty and a confusing reporting process.

President Trump’s claim about immigrants ‘immediately’ collecting ‘welfare’

Trump exaggerates the scope of a Senate bill restricting legal immigration and its impact on “welfare” use by immigrants.