{FD} New York Times won’t fire suspended star reporter Glenn Thrush amid sexual harassment claims

The New York Times announced that star reporter Glenn Thrush will not be fired but will be removed from the team of reporters covering the White House after being suspended last month amid allegations he sexually harassed co-workers.

{FD} Tom Hanks says he would refuse an invitation from Trump to screen ‘The Post’ at The White House

Tom Hanks is the star of a new movie about the release of the top secret Pentagon Papers. Given the movie’s content and how it deals with the American media, Hanks says that he’s not interested in screening the film at the Trump White House if asked.

{FD} Hollywood producer Gary Goddard accused of sexual misconduct by 8 former child actors

Following reports of sexual molestation from actor Anthony Edwards about his former mentor, Gary Goddard, seven more men have come forward with similar accusations stemming from their time traveling with the producer when they were young boys.

{FD} Press watchdogs, female employees want answers about NBC News’ sexual harassment issues

The influential Media Research Center, an independent press watchdog, is now calling on NBC News to hire an independent investigator to review its culture of sexual misconduct after NBC News Chairman Andy Lack has refused to do so despite a series of high-profile harassment controversies.

{FD} Jackie Kennedy’s best friend Bunny Mellon gave money to John Edwards while he hid pregnant mistress, says new book

Jackie Kennedy may be still recognized as a fashion icon, but before she captivated Americans as a stylish first lady, she was a young senator’s wife who yearned for a confidant she could trust in — that’s when Rachel “Bunny” Mellon came along.