CBC News: Capitol Hill's #MeToo moment: Laws being drafted to address Congress's 'sexual harassment problem'

Capitol Hill is where the highest laws of the land are born in the U.S. It's also where illegal sexual harassment has gone on for years — helped, critics say, by an Old-Boys-club ecosystem and an onerous complaints process that re-traumatizes victims.

MSNBC Weekends With Alex Witt: 1,500 fmr. staffers call for harassment reforms in Congress

As each new day brings with it an additional revelation about sexual misconduct, many are grappling with how to reform the institutions they belong to. Kristin Nicholson talks about a letter she and 1,500 of her former colleagues sent to Capitol Hill leadership calling for better support for victims of harassment.

PJ Media: Sexual Harassment Settlements, Capitol Hill Reporting System Raise Lawmakers' Ire

Congressional lawmakers found liable for sexual harassment should foot the bill, rather than the taxpayer, for any settlement tied to the inappropriate behavior, Rep. Bradley Byrne (R-Ala.) told his colleagues on Tuesday.

NBC Nightly News: Congresswomen say sexual harassers are still in Congress

Rep. Jackie Speier told a House panel on Tuesday that she knows of two current members of Congress — a Democrat and a Republican — who have engaged in sexual harassment, further exposing an institution that has been accused of looking away from sexual misconduct.

CNN: 'Nothing about it felt right': More than 50 people describe sexual harassment on Capitol Hill

Be extra careful of the male lawmakers who sleep in their offices -- they can be trouble. Avoid finding yourself alone with a congressman or senator in elevators, late-night meetings or events where alcohol is flowing. And think twice before speaking out about sexual harassment from a boss -- it could cost you your career.