Lunchtime Links: Sexism Alleged at ESPN, WH Woes, and More

Me Too, Charlie Rose
The #MeToo movement.

Women complain of sexism and a hostile work environment at ESPN, the White House’s woes continue, the accusation avalanche gets even bigger, and more in today’s Lunchtime Links…

Women who’ve worked at ESPN say its problems go far beyond Barstool Sports
ESPN Published a Text Exchange Between John Buccigross and Adrienne Lawrence
College Basketball Made Louisville, Then Broke It
On Skates And Scandal: I, Tonya Goes Beyond The Punchline To Show Us Tonya Harding, The Person
ALL-STAR HUMAN: J.J. Watt Sends Entire Unit In Afghanistan Pairs Of His Signature New Shoes

White House: FBI records show ‘extreme bias’ against Trump
Trump allies say Tillerson has ‘not learned his lesson’ and cannot continue in job for long
Trump Judicial Nominee Embarrassingly Fails to Answer Basic Hearing Questions
Omarosa denies there was a dramatic confrontation at the White House
Mueller Sought Emails of Trump Campaign Data Firm

Congressional Staffer in Charge of Investigating Sexual Harassment Accused of Sexual Harassment
Second woman accuses Rep. Kihuen (D-NV) of sexual misconduct
Three more women accuse California assemblyman [Democrat Matt Dababneh] of sexual misconduct
Kansan Andrea Ramsey (D), accused of sexual harassment, to drop out of congressional race
Portland will not investigate sexual harassment allegations against former Mayor Sam Adams (D)

Dustin Hoffman Accused of Exposing Himself to a Minor, Assaulting Two Women (EXCLUSIVE)
Kelly Cutrone: Russell Simmons tried to rape me
Actresses to Protest Harassment in Hollywood by Wearing Black to the Golden Globes
Matt Damon opens up about Harvey Weinstein, sexual harassment and confidentiality agreements
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle to marry on May 19