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CBS and PBS News fired the prominent journalist and TV host Charlie Rose, a day after several women accused Rose of unwanted sexual advances.
When asked about what he wanted to say to those accusing him of sexual harassment, Charlie Rose said, "It's not wrongdoings."
One of Charlie Rose’s accusers explains why she decided to be named when so many other women are afraid to come forward
Kyle Godfrey-Ryan said she felt she would be "de-legitimatizing the experiences" of Rose's other alleged victims if she did not attach her name to her story.
OPINION: Before there was Steve Bannon, there Father Charles Coughlin, a priest with a radio show who had President Roosevelt's ear — until he didn't.
Mashable, the pioneering tech blog, is selling itself to the publisher of PC Magazine for $50 million — a quarter of its past valuation
Tech blog Mashable has agreed to sell itself to the old school magazine published Ziff Davis for $50 million, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Former Bush ethics chief says the Justice Department’s demands to Time Warner on AT&T deal is an ‘impeachable offense’
Former White House ethics lawyer Richard Painter is calling on AT&T and Time Warner to sue the DOJ to find out if the White House attempted to influence it.
President Bill Clinton said the media was more fair in its coverage when he first ran for president in 1992 then it was during the 2016 presidential election.
These are the most prominent allegations to surface as part of the #MeToo campaign around sexual abuse
Lawmakers, journalists, and athletes have joined the women in Hollywood in telling their stories of sexual abuse, as part of the #MeToo campaign.
Trump renewed his campaign against "fake news" after NBC reported that his secretary of state called him a moron.
Facebook has all the characteristics of a media company, despite Sandberg's denials that it is one.