Well, at least Gretchen Carlson got an apology?
The former Fox News host filed paperwork on Tuesday to dismiss her sexual harassment lawsuit against former cable boss Roger Ailes after parent organization 21st Century Fox apologized to the newswoman.
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Oh yeah, and in addition to the apology itself, Carlson will be walking away with a whopping $20 million settlement, according to terms first reported by Vanity Fair.
After the filing this morning, 21st Century Fox released a statement on the events:
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Fair and balanced… as long as you're a man…
It's been nearly a month since FOX News CEO Roger Ailes was forced to resign after more than a dozen women accused him of sexual assault, and yet we're still learning new details about sexism in the company.
Not only did another woman file a lawsuit against the businessman on Monday… former anchor Andrea Tantaros is actually accusing Bill O'Reilly of sexual harassment as well!
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According to her lawsuit, Andrea was demoted from her coveted 5 p.m. spot on The Five to the lesser-rated Outnumbered after refusing to show off her butt for Roger… and new co-president Bill Shine allegedly even told her
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California recently passed a bill mandating the inclusion of historical contributions made by GLBT Americans in textbooks.
Opponents of the bill call it an attack on family. They have already rallied together to enact a statewide vote to overturn the law.
Supporters call it a display of equality. They hope this bill will ease the bullying which have led to suicides in the past.
Bob Beckel, a Fox News commentator and political analyst, supports the bill.
On Friday's edition of The Five, he explained his support:
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