Details of the allegations against a number of famous men are known in part because accusers did something they promised in writing never to do: They talked publicly.
The "Today" show host has long been the king of TV morning news and is one of the industry's highest-paid figures. Meanwhile, Garrison Keillor is fired by Minnesota Public Radio.
The network took action less than 24 hours after several women who worked with Rose on his PBS interview show alleged a pattern of sexual misconduct.
The Hollywood mogul is accused in The New York Times of sexually harassing employees for "over nearly three decades."
The Fox News star is officially off the airwaves, but Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah and others are not, and they have a few parting words for "Papa Bear," as Colbert likes to call O'Reilly.
O’Reilly has been ousted, but the despicable strategy of orienting Fox “news” toward the nativist far right in the United States will continue.
In an interview with the presidential candidate about his plans to woo black voters, Fox’s “O’Reilly Factor” host sank to new lows.
Although the Stephen Colbert of the "Late Show" can't compare to the Stephen Colbert of the "Colbert Report" when it comes to setting Fox News hosts straight, his recent discussion with the "O'Reilly Factor" pundit is certainly worth a watch, especially the bit where Colbert points out why O'Reilly is dead wrong about Sanders' policies.