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Hollywood powerhouse Harvey Weinstein accused of sexual harassment dating back decades

Hollywood powerhouse Harvey Weinstein accused of sexual harassment dating back decades

Harvey Weinstein is among the most powerful, influential, and successful producers in Hollywood, with six best picture Oscars to his name. He is also, according to an explosive New York Times

Harvey Weinstein reportedly sexually harassed women for almost 30 years

Celebrated Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has been sexually harassed women for decades, paying out at least eight settlements to women who accused him of sexual harassment and unwanted physical
Fake News and Partisan Blowhards Were Invented in the 1800s

Fake News and Partisan Blowhards Were Invented in the 1800s

Thomas Jefferson was looking for someone to write a hit piece. It was July 1793, just months after the U.S. declared neutrality in a war between Britain and France. The then-Secretary of State wanted
Communism Is What David Brooks Is Seeking

Communism Is What David Brooks Is Seeking

David Brooks, the sensitive middle-aged man ostentatiously reading a Steven Pinker book in hopes that a beautiful woman will ask him about it, has (as you would expect) a fuzzy and useless analysis of
Report: Accused sexual harasser Harvey Weinstein thinks he’s the victim of a vast right-wing conspiracy

Report: Accused sexual harasser Harvey Weinstein thinks he’s the victim of a vast right-wing conspiracy

Of course. The post Report: Accused sexual harasser Harvey Weinstein thinks he’s the victim of a vast right-wing conspiracy appeared first on Hot Air.
Trauma, and Red Tape, in Las Vegas

Trauma, and Red Tape, in Las Vegas

White crosses stand on the Las Vegas Strip for the victims of the mass shooting there.

Hollywood is turning its back on former kingmaker Harvey Weinstein

Hollywood seems to be turning its back on Harvey Weinstein in the wake of a New York Times report indicating that the movie mogul sexually harassed women for decades. Not only was Weinstein fired from
Open Thread - One Year Ago Today

Open Thread - One Year Ago Today

Front page of the NY Times, one year ago today. pic.twitter.com/dVDENAcjtv — Dan Diamond (@ddiamond) October 9, 2017 I got no words left for Americans who voted for him anyway. Open thread below...
What Is It Like to Cover the Trump White House? Submit Your Questions

What Is It Like to Cover the Trump White House? Submit Your Questions

From left, Dean Baquet, Peter Baker and Maggie Haberman will participate in a conversation moderated by Jim Rutenberg on Thursday.
Tech We’re Using: Making the Lives of Cybercriminals and Spies Harder Online

Tech We’re Using: Making the Lives of Cybercriminals and Spies Harder Online

Nicole Perlroth, a cybersecurity reporter for The Times, said she takes her most sensitive communications “completely offline.”
Tech We’re Using: Making the Lives of Cybercriminals and Spies Harder Online

Tech We’re Using: Making the Lives of Cybercriminals and Spies Harder Online

Nicole Perlroth, a cybersecurity reporter for The Times, said she takes her most sensitive communications “completely offline.”
Mediator: Facing Down the Network That Protected Harvey Weinstein

Mediator: Facing Down the Network That Protected Harvey Weinstein

Fear of Harvey Weinstein’s influence helped keep his treatment of women shrouded for years. A network of aggressive publicists and lawyers helped.
Columnist tries to defend Harvey Weinstein—and gets grilled, roasted, ripped apart

Columnist tries to defend Harvey Weinstein—and gets grilled, roasted, ripped apart

This is something you should not do. The post Columnist tries to defend Harvey Weinstein—and gets grilled, roasted, ripped apart appeared first on The Daily Dot.

Full Video: Times Journalists Discuss the Challenges of Covering Trump's White House

Dean Baquet, the executive editor of The New York Times, joins the White House correspondents Maggie Haberman and Peter Baker in a TimesTalk about covering President Trump. The Times’s media
A Look Back at California’s Deadliest Wildfires

A Look Back at California’s Deadliest Wildfires

A scene from the deadliest fire in California’s history, the Griffith Park fire in 1933. The blaze killed 29 people.
Two Stories That Show Why Newspapers Matter

Two Stories That Show Why Newspapers Matter

Reporters at the Journal and the Times dig in deep.
The Deadly Link Between Sugar and Cancer

The Deadly Link Between Sugar and Cancer

A prominent new study finds a key clue about the mysterious Warburg Effect.
Tech We’re Using: Pioneering Virtual Reality and New Video Technologies in Journalism

Tech We’re Using: Pioneering Virtual Reality and New Video Technologies in Journalism

Marcelle Hopkins, deputy video editor at The Times, trying on virtual reality technology at a V.R. event this month.
Tech We’re Using: Pioneering Virtual Reality and New Video Technologies in Journalism

Tech We’re Using: Pioneering Virtual Reality and New Video Technologies in Journalism

Marcelle Hopkins, deputy video editor at The Times, trying on virtual reality technology at a V.R. event this month.