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U.S. Ambassador to the European Union, Gordon Sondland, is playing a key role in presidential impeachment. He's facing accusations of sexual misconduct.

Three women say they faced sexual misconduct by Gordon Sondland before he was the U.S. ambassador to the European Union and at the center of the Donald Trump impeachment inquiry. Read more»

Former Arizona State Forester Vicki Christiansen faces a range of challenges in her new role as as chief of the U.S. Forest Service, which grapples with funding, growing wildfires and a lingering culture of harassment at the agency.

Rampaging wildfires and a culture of misogyny await new VIcki Christiansen as she takes on new gig running the U.S. Forest Service. Read more»

Forest Service Chief Vicki Christiansen, left, told the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Thursday that her agency is taking steps to replace a culture of workplace sexual harassment, but lawmakers were not happy with the pace of change.

Forest Service Chief Vicki Christiansen came under fire Thursday for her department’s handling of sexual harassment complaints, the same issue that led to the retirement of her predecessor as chief. Read more»

Sen. Don Shooter, R-Yuma, shown in a 2012 photo.

The Arizona House of Representatives on Thursday voted to expel Rep. Don Shooter following the recommendation of Speaker of the House J.D. Mesnard. Read more»

Then-new Arizona head coach Rich Rodriguez speaks with his players after the annual spring game in 2012.

The case of Rich Rodriguez's tumbling from his perch atop Wildcat football hits the UA athletics department at the worst possible time, with another scandal that may spin off at least one more. Read more»

The reports that Raul Grijalva paid a settlement to a former staffer are an opportunity to really look at the dirtier truth. We have no idea where the line is drawn between good and bad workplace conduct, but we sure love to pretend we do. Read more» 1

Michael Reynolds, Kelly Martin and Brian Healy, from left, told a House panel about harassment of and retaliation against workers at National Park Service sites.

National Park Service employees continue to suffer from a “toxic” work culture that has allowed for rampant sexual misconduct and a culture of retaliation, park workers told a House committee Thursday. Read more»

A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said ASARCO’s actions in the case merited 'the imposition of a very large punitive award,' but that the award of $300,000 was too high. It lowered the award to $125,000.

A federal appeals court Thursday slashed the damages that mining company ASARCO had been ordered to pay a former employee who successfully sued the company for sexual harassment at an Arizona mine. Read more»

U.S. Rep. Jeff Flake, Republican National Committeeman Bruce Ash, Ward 6 Councilman Steve Kozachik and newsman Jim Nintzel. Read more»

Walt Setzer, Republican candidate for Pima County sheriff, RNC Committeeman Bruce Ash, and TucsonCitizen.com administrator Mark Evans each talked politics. Read more»

The Arizona Department of Corrections will award a female correctional officer $182,500 to settle allegations of sexual harassment by her co-workers from 2005 to 2008, the Department of Justice announced. Read more»

A Tucson man was found guilty of stalking a woman for 20 years, traveling across the country to pursue her. Read more»

Herman Cain

Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain will make a "major announcement" on Saturday. Cain is inviting his top supporters and donors for a meeting in which he'll let them know if he intends to continue his campaign Read more» 1

The latest gem from Herman Cain: "I've got to think about my family first. That is absolutely my No. 1 priority." Read more»

Herman Cain

GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain appeared defiant at three events in Ohio Wednesday as he continued campaigning in the wake of Atlanta businesswoman Ginger White’s claims that they’d had a long extramarital affair. Read more» 2

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