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Lawsuit Brought by Ex-Fox News Host Andrea Tantaros Is Dismissed

By MICHAEL M. GRYNBAUM

Ms. Tantaros claimed the network retaliated against her when she complained about sexual harassment, but a judge said the allegations were “based primarily on speculation and conjecture.”

A Guide to Gynecological Exams: What Should β€” and Shouldn’t β€” Happen

By PAM BELLUCK and JENNIFER MEDINA

The cases of Dr. Larry Nassar and Dr. George Tyndall involve touching and comments that gynecologists say are highly inappropriate.

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A Guide to Gynecological Exams: What Should β€” and Shouldn’t β€” Happen

By PAM BELLUCK and JENNIFER MEDINA

The cases of Dr. Larry Nassar and Dr. George Tyndall involve touching and comments that gynecologists say are highly inappropriate.

A Guide to Gynecological Exams: What Should β€” and Shouldn’t β€” Happen

By PAM BELLUCK and JENNIFER MEDINA

The cases of Dr. Larry Nassar and Dr. George Tyndall involve touching and comments that gynecologists say are highly inappropriate.

β€˜Just the Grossest Thing’: Women Recall Interactions With U.S.C. Doctor

By JENNIFER MEDINA

Dozens of women have called a university hotline amid allegations of misconduct against a campus gynecologist, George Tyndall, that date to the 1990s.

Trump meeting with UN chief: Handshake or showdown?

By George Russell

When United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres meets with U.S. legislators and President Donald Trump this week, one of the big questions will be whether he can guarantee the sweeping U.N. reforms promised last year — as “absolutely essential” protection from the  anticipated hostility of the Trump Administration.

Trump meeting with UN chief: Handshake or showdown?

By George Russell

When United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres meets with U.S. legislators and President Donald Trump this week, one of the big questions will be whether he can guarantee the sweeping U.N. reforms promised last year — as “absolutely essential” protection from the  anticipated hostility of the Trump Administration.

Tantalizing Testimony From a Top Trump Aide Sets Off a Search for Proof

By NICHOLAS FANDOS and MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT

The aide said he remembered getting an email about Russian dirt on Hillary Clinton well before compromising Democratic emails were released. No one can find the message he mentioned.

U.S.C. Admits Fault in Response to Complaints Against Gynecologist

By JENNIFER MEDINA

Dr. George Tyndall, a gynecologist at the university, had been accused for years of inappropriate touching during pelvic exams.

Soros Foundations Leaving Hungary Under Government Pressure

By MARC SANTORA

The Open Society Foundations said work had become untenable in Hungary, where Prime Minister Viktor Orban has stifled dissent and demonized the group’s founder.

Iraqi Shiite cleric gained ground with nationalist voice

By SUSANNAH GEORGE

In the years following the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, the young cleric Moqtada al-Sadr burst onto the scene as a renegade champion of poorer Shiites, leading militant fighters who carried out deadly attacks on American forces and were notorious for sectarian killings against Sunni Muslims.

Iraqi Shiite cleric gained ground with nationalist voice

By SUSANNAH GEORGE

In the years following the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, the young cleric Moqtada al-Sadr burst onto the scene as a renegade champion of poorer Shiites, leading militant fighters who carried out deadly attacks on American forces and were notorious for sectarian killings against Sunni Muslims.

Cardinal George Pell’s Sexual Abuse Trials May Be Held in Secret

By DAMIEN CAVE

Prosecutors in Australia have applied for a “super injunction” that would keep all details — even the judge’s name — from being reported.

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