john Conyers


10 Months After Weinstein, #MeToo Legislation Is Still Stalled in Congress

The House and Senate are pitted against each other in disagreements over legislation aimed at curbing sexual misconduct on Capitol Hill.
Marie Solis
Midterm Elections

Rashida Tlaib Will Likely Be the First Muslim Congresswoman

After winning her primary in Michigan, progressive candidate Rashida Tlaib got one step closer to becoming the first Muslim and first Palestinian-American woman to serve in Congress
Marie Solis
she's running

A candidate who was kicked out of a lunch for heckling Trump is set to become the first Muslim Congresswoman

"He doesn't love Detroit. He doesn't love no one who isn't Donald Trump," she told reporters afterward.
Carter Sherman
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Someone Forged a Sexual Harassment Claim Against Chuck Schumer

The Democrat filed a police report about the fake allegation and asked authorities to investigate, slamming the accusation as "false from start to finish."
Drew Schwartz

John Conyers's Family Is in a Bizarre Fight Over His Congressional Seat

The Detroit legend is resigning amid sexual harassment allegations. His supporters are shocked, angry, and preparing for "utter chaos."
Trevor Bach

Rep. John Conyers is retiring after sexual harassment allegations

Carter Sherman

A Running List of Sexual Misconduct Allegations Against Members of Congress

We're monitoring the situation as accusations surface.
Eve Peyser
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Yet Another Woman Has Accused Al Franken of Sexual Misconduct

She's the sixth person to come forward with allegations against the Minnesota senator.
Drew Schwartz

Another former staffer says Rep. John Conyers sexually harassed her

Rex Santus
VICE News Tonight on HBO

Why politicians rarely face consequences for sexual misconduct

Evan McMorris-Santoro
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Congressman gives up committee spot amid sexual harassment allegations, White House sued by top consumer rights official, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to marry, and more.
VICE Staff
Congress too

A secret process allows Congress to cover up its sexual assaults

“Because of confidentiality, unless a congressional employee takes their case to court, this settlement process is completely opaque.”
Taylor Dolven