Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index U.S. Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper U.S. | Two Bishops Accused of Sexually Harassing Adults Are Barred From Priestly Duties Advertisement Supported by ByLiam Stack March 12, 2019 The archdiocese of Baltimore said on Monday that it had barred two bishops from performing priestly duties and referred their cases to the Vatican after an internal investigation into allegations that they had sexually harassed adults, including one claim that was dismissed by church investigators a decade ago. The announcement shined a light on the alleged abuse of adults, an often overlooked corner of the Catholic Church abuse scandal, and drew parallels to the downfall of Theodore E. McCarrick, a former cardinal and archbishop of Washington, who was expelled from the priesthood last month after the church found him guilty of abusing children and adult seminarians. … [Read more...] about Two Bishops Accused of Sexually Harassing Adults Are Barred From Priestly Duties
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Google CEO Sundar Pichai on Tuesday said the search engine's apology for its handling of sexual harassment claims didn't go far enough, and that the company will take a "harder line," according to an internal email from Pichai that was obtained by Axios. The email comes as some workers are planning a "walk out" on Thursday to protest the company's handling of sexual misconduct allegations. Pichai wrote in the email that he's supportive of the walk out: "[Google executives] will make sure managers are aware of the activities planned for Thursday and that you have the support you need," he noted. Pichai's pledge to take a stronger stance comes after Google last week revealed it had fired 48 employees for sexual harassment during the past two years and sent them away without severance packages. The disclosure was a direct response to a New York Times report that the company had dismissed the executive in charge of its Android software for sexual misconduct in 2014 … [Read more...] about Google CEO: Apology for harassment “wasn’t enough”
Rachel Leingang Arizona Republic Published 4:56 PM EDT Oct 24, 2018 Arizona State University's investigation into misconduct by well-known theoretical physicist Lawrence Krauss includes details from more than a dozen allegations, including reports of crude remarks, inappropriate touching and gender discrimination. He was accused of sexual misconduct by several women in a February story published by Buzzfeed News. ASU this week released documents related to its investigation of Krauss after a public records request from The Arizona Republic. Krauss has denied most of the allegations and disputes the university's determinations in a submission he made to the university. Krauss announced Sunday that he will retire from ASU, effective in May 2019, rather than continue the university disciplinary process. He will be paid by the university until May, but will not work in any capacity on its behalf, the school said. His salary is $265,000, the university … [Read more...] about Lawrence Krauss: Details and denials of allegations from ASU report
U.S. UPDATED Oct. 23, 2018 201 lost jobs or major roles 123 replacements: 53 women and 70 men Who Was Ousted and Who Stepped In Harvey WeinsteinOct. 5, 2017 Producer and co-founder, the Weinstein Company Interim Andy Mitchell Co-president of Lantern Entertainment Milos Brajovic Co-president of Lantern Entertainment Permanent Andy Mitchell & Milos Brajovic Co-presidents of Lantern Entertainment Charlie RoseNov. 20, 2017 Television host Permanent Christiane Amanpour Host, “Amanpour & Company” ▼ View all 201 cases below They had often gotten away with it for years, and for those they harassed, it seemed as if the perpetrators would never pay any consequences. Then came the report that detailed Harvey Weinstein’s sexual assaults and harassment, and his fall from Hollywood’s heights. A year later, even as the #MeToo movement meets a crackling backlash, … [Read more...] about #MeToo Brought Down 201 Powerful Men. Nearly Half of Their Replacements are Women.
Molly Roberts, The Washington Post Published 10:37 am PDT, Friday, October 19, 2018 A wall mural displays the '2030 Vision' logo and Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, onOct. 4, 2018. A wall mural displays the '2030 Vision' logo and Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, onOct. 4, 2018. Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Simon Dawson Photo: Bloomberg Photo By Simon Dawson Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 A wall mural displays the '2030 Vision' logo and Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, onOct. 4, 2018. A wall mural displays the '2030 Vision' logo and Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, onOct. 4, 2018. Photo: … [Read more...] about Saudi ministers are harassing critics on Twitter