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Harvard Reviewing Nearly $9M in Donations from Epstein

Harvard Reviewing Nearly $9M in Donations from Epstein

Sep 15
Harvard University says it's reviewing donations from disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein and will donate all unspent funding to victims of sexual crimes.

New Orleans Radio Station Tweets Homophobic Slur, 'Investigation in Progress'

New Orleans Radio Station Tweets Homophobic Slur, 'Investigation in Progress'

By Sam Cronin | Sep 12
New Orleans radio station WWL-AM, the home station of the New Orleans Saints and LSU Tigers, tweeted a homophobic slur directed at one of their own sports reporters, Seth Dunlap, Tuesday. Read the timeline of events and public responses to the incident.

Looking to Hire 30,000, Amazon Plans Nationwide Job Fairs

Looking to Hire 30,000, Amazon Plans Nationwide Job Fairs

By Joseph Pisani | Sep 11
The online shopping giant is holding job fairs across the country next week, aiming to hire more than 30,000 people by early next year, a 5% bump in its total workforce.

Uber Driver Fired After Tossing Lesbians Out of Car

Uber Driver Fired After Tossing Lesbians Out of Car

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 11
The New Jersey Uber driver who tossed a lesbian couple out her car because one of them kissed the other on the cheek is no longer working with the ride share, the company has announced.

Apple Takes on Netflix with A $5-A-Month Streaming Service

Apple Takes on Netflix with A $5-A-Month Streaming Service

By Michael Liedtke | Sep 11
Apple is finally taking on Netflix with its own streaming television service and, uncharacteristically for the company, offering it at a bargain price — $5 a month beginning on Nov. 1.

Milo Cries Poverty: No One Will 'Buy Books, Tickets, or Donate'

Milo Cries Poverty: No One Will 'Buy Books, Tickets, or Donate'

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 10
It's tough to make a living in the troll biz, and Milo Yiannopoulos seems to be finding that out.

Hospital Closings Hit Hard on the Edge of the Rust Belt

Hospital Closings Hit Hard on the Edge of the Rust Belt

By John Raby | Sep 9
Nearly 1,100 employees being laid off at Ohio Valley Medical Center in Wheeling and sister facility East Ohio Regional Hospital in nearby Martins Ferry, Ohio.

A U.S. Priest, A Philippine Village, and Decades of Secrecy

A U.S. Priest, A Philippine Village, and Decades of Secrecy

By Tim Sullivan | Sep 9
His accusations ignited a scandal that would shake the village and reveal much about how allegations of sex crimes by priests are handled in one of the world's most Catholic countries.

Justices Tuning in to Cable Television Civil Rights Lawsuit

Justices Tuning in to Cable Television Civil Rights Lawsuit

By Jessica Gresko | Sep 8
Comedian and media mogul Byron Allen wants TV viewers to watch the channels his company produces, but while many distributors carry Allen's channels, two cable giants have refused. Allen says the reason is that he's black.

Email: Opioid Talks Fail, Purdue Bankruptcy Filing Expected

Email: Opioid Talks Fail, Purdue Bankruptcy Filing Expected

By Geoff Mulvihill and Mark Gillispie | Sep 8
OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma is expected to file for bankruptcy after settlement talks over the nation's deadly overdose crisis hit an impasse, attorneys general involved in the talks said Saturday.

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