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The American Red Cross forced a senior official, Gerald Anderson, to resign amid sexual harassment and assault allegations, but it still gave him a positive review when asked by another aid organization interested in hiring him. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Investigations

Red Cross Endorsed Top Official Despite Sexual Misconduct Claims, ProPublica Reports

The American Red Cross forced out a top official amid sexual misconduct accusations, but it still gave glowing references when asked by an aid organization seeking to hire him, ProPublica reports.

Stranger Still Vetiver
You May Be Blue Vetiver
Yaa Yaa Kole Chicago Underground Duo

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'Don't Think A Robot Could Do This': Warehouse Workers Aren't Worried For Their Jobs

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Centering Fugue Vulfpeck
Firewalker Jungle Fire
Confissao Spaniol & Meraki
Saint Thomas Bibio
Somewhere PDP
Sundance Kids Glenaro
Canoe Canoa Populous
Opus One Russ Liquid
Pleaurante De Joine Russ Liquid

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Red Cross Endorsed Top Official Despite Sexual Misconduct Claims, ProPublica Reports

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Hope of a Nation Stephen Rucker
Working Man Rush
Ailleurs Nemir
The Pasha's Guard George Whitefield Chadwick
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Spotify's Unusual IPO Model Will Test The Company's Strength

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Weird Waters
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Holding You Slowz