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- U.S.The Daily Beast
FBIWarning: This story contains descriptions of sexual assault.A U.S. Embassy staffer accused of drugging and sexually assaulting at least 24 women over a 14-year period was in fact a longtime CIA employee, the FBI announced Monday, as the bureau urged any possible victims to come forward in the case.Serial molester Brian Jeffrey Raymond, 45, was arrested Oct. 9, 2020, in La Mesa, California, where he had been staying with his parents after abruptly quitting his job at the U.S. Embassy in Mexico
- CelebrityThe Guardian
Revelation of incident ‘buried’ by Abedin contained in new memoir Both/And, to be published next weekUS politics – live coverage Huma Abedin pictured in 2016. Abedin does not name the senator, their party or give any other clues as to his identity. Photograph: Brian Snyder/Reuters Huma Abedin, a longtime close aide to Hillary Clinton, has written in a new book that she was sexually assaulted by a US senator, an incident she “buried” until allegations against the supreme court justice Brett Kavan
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Monday on "The Talk" Lesley Stahl from CBS' "60 Minutes" reflects on her interview with former President Donald Trump a year ago where he walked out in the middle of the taping and the White House released the interview ahead of the story airing on broadcast. Host Natalie Morales asks, "What was your reaction?" "Oh my gosh. You know, I've been there 30 years, others have been there that long. I don't think we'd ever been shocked. But when they put the full interview out before we got on the air.
Old tweets from a transgender activist who led the Netflix walkout following the Dave Chapelle comedy special “The Closer” have gone viral for expressing racist, anti-Asian sentiments. Background: The Netflix special drew heavy criticism for Chapelle’s allegedly transphobic comments. According to Bloomberg, employees raised concerns that several of his jokes about gender-neutral pronouns and transgender anatomy was offensive and hurtful and felt disappointed that Netflix “continues to release
- U.S.Washington Examiner
Harvard premedical student leaves school, cites 'white supremacy' after she couldn't discuss Breonna Taylor case before exam
A black Harvard premedical student quit school in what she called a "great act of resistance" spurred by her professors' refusal to discuss the Breonna Taylor case before an exam.