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Where Are All the Female Architects?

By ALLISON ARIEFF

Nearly half of architecture students are women. Why are so few sticking with the industry after graduation?

The Year of Reckoning at CBS: Sexual Harassment Allegations and Attempts to Cover Them Up

By JOHN KOBLIN

The network has undertaken a companywide re-evaluation in the wake of the #MeToo movement that has forced three powerful men out of their jobs because of workplace conduct.

CBS Paid the Actress Eliza Dushku $9.5 Million to Settle Harassment Claims

By RACHEL ABRAMS and JOHN KOBLIN

Ms. Dushku told investigators she was written off the hit series ‘Bull’ after enduring sexual harassment on the set. Lawyers scolded CBS for its ‘antiquated’ views.

CBS Paid the Actress Eliza Dushku $9.5 Million to Settle Harassment Claims

By RACHEL ABRAMS and JOHN KOBLIN

Ms. Dushku told investigators she was written off the hit series ‘Bull’ after enduring sexual harassment on the set. Lawyers scolded CBS for its ‘antiquated’ views.

How β€˜Baby, It’s Cold Outside’ Went From Parlor Act to Problematic

By JACEY FORTIN

Radio stations are pulling the standard from holiday playlists. Cable channels are debating it. And William Shatner is very worked up.

Negotiators Strike Deal to Tighten Sexual Harassment Rules on Capitol Hill

By EMILY COCHRANE

House and Senate negotiators, after months of talks, reached a deal to change and toughen the arcane rules governing sexual misconduct claims on Capitol Hill.

The Ethicist: Do I Have to Repay a Loan to an Ex-Lover?

By KWAME ANTHONY APPIAH

The magazine’s Ethicist column on repaying a loan from a now ex-fiancé and apologizing to a friend whom you agreed not to contact after making a pass.

Taking Responsibility or a Requiem? Men Talk About #MeToo

By RACHEL L. HARRIS and LISA TARCHAK

How is the movement perceived by men and what is their role in it? Our readers shared their thoughts.

β€˜Deal or No Deal’ Gets a Revival, but Should Its Bevy of 26 Models?

By LARA ZARUM

Series like “Deal” encapsulate the paradox of the modern game-show model gig: a stiletto-heeled foot in the door that also reinforces stereotypes.

These Men Are Waiting to Share Some Feelings With You

By HANNAH SELIGSON

In meetings and retreats, chastened menfolk are working on their feelings.

U.N. AIDS Agency Is in β€˜State of Crisis’ and Needs New Leader, Report Says

By NICK CUMMING-BRUCE

Experts accused Michel Sidibé, the agency’s chief, of having an autocratic style leading to “ethical blindness” on harassment and the abuse of power.

U.N. AIDS Agency Is in β€˜State of Crisis’ and Needs New Leader, Report Says

By NICK CUMMING-BRUCE

Experts accused Michel Sidibé, the agency’s chief, of having an autocratic style leading to “ethical blindness” on harassment and the abuse of power.

β€˜Clearly the Tide Has Not Turned’: A Q&A With Anita Hill

By SUSAN CHIRA

Anita Hill reflects on testimonies 27 years apart before the Senate Judiciary Committee, and what it would really take to remedy sexual harassment.

When #MeToo Investigations Go Wrong

By SUSAN ANTILLA

It isn’t just Les Moonves and CBS. Workplace investigators face many obstacles when trying to get to the facts of sexual misconduct allegations.

Common Sense: β€˜Disaster for CBS Shareholders’: Damning Report on Moonves Reveals Total Failure at Top

By JAMES B. STEWART

Senior executives and board members at CBS knew about allegations of sexual misconduct by Leslie Moonves, the chief executive. No one acted to stop him.

Les Moonves Obstructed Investigation Into Misconduct Claims, Report Says

By RACHEL ABRAMS and EDMUND LEE

Leslie Moonves, the former CBS chief, destroyed evidence and misled investigators looking into his alleged misconduct, according to a draft of a report prepared for the company’s board.

Neil deGrasse Tyson Denies Misconduct Accusations

By ELIZABETH A. HARRIS

In a lengthy Facebook post responding to three women’s accounts, the well-known astrophysicist described two as benign and suggested the third did not occur.

Neil deGrasse Tyson Denies Misconduct Accusations

By ELIZABETH A. HARRIS

In a lengthy Facebook post responding to three women’s accounts, the well-known astrophysicist described two as benign and suggested the third did not occur.

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