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An Ontario university is apologizing to a teaching assistant after her superiors criticized her for airing a clip of a debate on gender-neutral pronouns. »more

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SEXUAL MISCONDUCT »

Brett Ratner's Hilhaven Lodge whiskey has been discontinued in wake of sexual misconduct claims

Brett Ratner’s whiskey brand, the Hilhaven Lodge, has been discontinued by spirits company Diageo following a spate of sexual misconduct allegations against the filmmaker.

The Times first reported Nov. 1 that six women, including actresses Olivia Munn and Natasha Henstridge, had accused..
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PARTRIDGE FAMILY »

David Cassidy, former teen idol and star of 'The Partridge Family,' dies at 67

David Cassidy, the former star of “The Partridge Family” TV hit of the 1970s and a reluctant teen idol to the boomer generation, died Tuesday evening of liver failure, his publicist confirmed. He was 67.

The singer and actor died in Fort Lauderdale after being hospitalized in Florida..
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ZIMBABWE / ROY MOORE »

Evening Update newsletter: Zimbabwe, CRA, Trump on Roy Moore

Plus: TTC head Andy Byford leaving post to lead New York City Transit
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MEXICO »

Two high-profile killings in Mexico stoke outrage about nationwide surge in slayings

Public indignation about Mexico’s surging homicide rate has followed the two latest high-profile killings — those of a human rights ombudsman in Baja California Sur state and a telecommunications executive outside Mexico City.

President Enrique Peña Nieto denounced the killing of..
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MEG WHITMAN / HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE »
Meg Whitman to step down as CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise next year
Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced Tuesday that Meg Whitman will leave her role as CEO in early 2018.

Antonio Neri, the company’s current president, will take over on Feb. 1.

This article will be updated as more information becomes available.
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CHARLIE ROSE »
An early sign that Charlie Rose had a problem with women?
To the editor: While I’m devastated to learn that Charlie Rose has been named as a sexual harasser, I’m not as surprised as I’d like to be. (“Charlie Rose fired by CBS, and PBS drops his talk show over sexual harassment allegations,” Nov. 21)

Years ago, he did an interview with..
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ROBERT MUGABE / ZIMBABWE »
The rise and fall of Zimbabwe's longtime leader: Robert Mugabe
The rule of Robert Mugabe, a once-respected liberation leader turned feared dictator and international pariah, came to an unflattering end Tuesday when the Zimbabwean president was forced to relinquish his 37-year hold on power in the face of possible impeachment.

The future of the..
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ALABAMA / COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF »
Win and you're in: No. 6 Auburn faces No. 1 Alabama for spot in College Football Playoff
If this were any other season, Auburn might be done for.

The Tigers looked dead in the water a month ago when they let a 20-point lead slip away at Louisiana State, dropping their second game of the season.

Given that no team had made the College Football Playoff with two..
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