It has been two years since the start of the #MeToo movement, with many powerful men accused of sexual misconduct. Some are now attempting comebacks, raising questions about rehabilitation, redemption and reentry.
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Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh is facing a new allegation of sexual misconduct, leading some Democrats to call for his impeachment. Above, he listens to a discussion at a Washington event.
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The United Nations headquarters in New York City. The agency has released the results of a survey on sexual harassment experienced by employees, consultants and volunteers.
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Les Moonves, former CEO of CBS Corp., attends a conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, on July 11. Moonves was ousted in September after several women accused him of harassment and sexual assault.
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CBS CEO and Chairman Leslie Moonves arrives arrives at a promotional boxing aprty in August 2017. The 68-year-old has been accused by six women of sexual assault and harassment.
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More than 100 former students have provided firsthand accounts that allegesexual misconduct by the now-dead Ohio State University team physician, Dr. Richard Strauss.
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Four women, including a state lawmaker, have accused Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill of sexual misconduct. Hill denies the charges and has called for an investigation.
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Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, pictured at a House Judiciary Committee meeting, denies allegations that he knew about and failed to report claims of sexual abuse at Ohio State University.
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Tony Tooke's resignation as head of the U.S. Forest Service is effective immediately. The Department of Agriculture confirmed last week to PBS that it had "engaged an independent investigator" to look into claims about Tooke's behavior.
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