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Fresh Lawsuit Against Ailes Slams Fox News' Response To Harassment Claims

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A 69,000-person class action against the parent company of Kay Jewelers alleges widespread pay discrimination against female employees. The suit alleges that at the same time, the company failed to stop a pattern of unwanted sexual advances by male managers. Bill Wippert/AP hide caption

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Workplace Sexual Harassment: A Threat To Victims, A Quandary For Bystanders

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Fox News CEO Roger Ailes in his New York City studios in 2006. Ailes served as CEO from Fox News' first day in 1996. Jim Cooper/AP hide caption

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Roger Ailes' Unparalleled Impact On The Public Sphere

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Sexual Harassment Case Shines Light On Science's Dark Secret

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A Harvard University representative says its new policy on sex between professors and students was created after a review found its old approach "did not explicitly reflect the faculty's expectations." BRIAN SNYDER/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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University of Montana President Royce Engstrom, right, discusses the school's effort to reform the way it handles sexual assault cases, as Deputy Assistant Attorney General Roy Austin, left, and U.S. Attorney for Montana Michael Cotter listen. Matt Gouras/AP hide caption

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Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain addressed the Defending the American Dream Summit at the Washington Convention Center Nov. 4. in Washington, DC. He plans to speak about the sexual harassment allegations against him at a news conference Tuesday afternoon. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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