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The New York Times
· Three Bon Appétit Journalists of Color Leave the Magazine’s Video Series →
Two of them accused Condé Nast, the magazine’s parent company, of offering lower pay than what their white colleagues earned.
· Labour report 'misused private messages to portray party members as racist' →
But in a formal submission to the inquiry, seen by the Guardian, lawyers for the accused officials say that the WhatsApp messages were selectively used and edited to give a false impression.
· New York attorney general sues to shut down NRA, alleging widespread fraud →
NRA leadership are also accused of awarding contracts to close associates and family and giving no-show contracts to former employees “in order to buy their silence and continued loyalty”.
· NBCUniversal executive under misconduct investigation leaves amid restructuring →
Telegdy faced an internal investigation into allegations of professional misconduct after The Hollywood Reporter published a report in July in which current and former employees accused Telegdy of racist, sexist and homophobic behavior.
· Boris Johnson defends refusal to suspend Tory MP accused of rape →
Boris Johnson has defended the Conservative party’s refusal to suspend the Tory MP accused of rape.
The New York Times
· Iran Envoy Brian Hook, a ‘Survivor’ on Trump’s Team, to Quit →
Last November, a State Department inspector general report found that in early 2017, Mr. Hook played a role in the reassignment of a nonpartisan career official in his office after conservatives accused her of sympathy to Mr. Obama and the Iran nuclear deal.
· After recovering from virus, Domingo vows to clear name →
In AP stories last year, multiple women accused Domingo of sexual harassment and abusing his power while he held management positions at LA Opera and Washington National Opera, with dozens of people saying his behavior was an open secret in the opera world.
· 'Completely dehumanising': Nigel Farage describes group of children and adults landing in Kent as 'invasion' →
But anti-racism campaigners and charities pointed out that the people in the video were entitled to claim asylum, and accused the former MEP of needlessly whipping up hostility.
· IMF urges Lebanon to break reform 'impasse' after port disaster →
Deadlock is common in multi-confessional Lebanon, where politicians have for decades been accused of cronyism, conflict of interest and corruption.
· Phoenix has become the top individual advertising market in the 2020 White House race →
The president has also threatened to withhold federal funding from schools that don't reopen, accusing schools of making the decision based on politics.