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Former Fox News Host Gretchen Carlson came forward and accused her boss, the late Roger Ailes, of sexual harassment. She did so in spite of a clause in her employment agreement requiring her to resolve workplace complaints through private arbitration. Paul Morigi/Getty Images for Fortune hide caption

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Supreme Court Ruling Could Limit Workplace Harassment Claims, Advocates Say

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White House Chief of Staff John Kelly listens as President Trump speaks at the White House on Oct. 19. Kevin Dietsch/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly paid $32 million to a colleague to settle sexual harassment allegations. Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Hollywood Reporter hide caption

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Fresh Headache For Murdochs: Bill O'Reilly Got Raise After Secret Payout

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Megyn Kelly poses on the set of her new show at NBC Studios in New York. Her first week as host of the morning show was rocky. Charles Sykes/Charles Sykes/Invision/AP hide caption

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On NBC's Megyn Kelly, Authenticity And The Elephant In The Room

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The News Corp. headquarters, owner of Fox News, in New York City. Fox News denies that a source in its story about Seth Rich's murder was defamed. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Several months after Fox News retracted its story about the death of Seth Rich, the network has done nothing to explain what went wrong. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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No Apology, No Explanation: Fox News And The Seth Rich Story

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Fox News ceased broadcasting in the UK on Tuesday. Its parent company, 21st Century Fox, is trying to get government approval for its takeover bid of European media giant Sky. Above, headlines scroll across the Fox News studios in New York earlier this month. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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A lawsuit accuses Ed Butowsky, a Fox News reporter and the network of concocting a story about Seth Rich's death in an effort to help President Trump. LM Otero/AP hide caption

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The Man Behind The Scenes In Fox News' Discredited Seth Rich Story

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Fox News host Eric Bolling has been suspended amid reports that he sent at least three female colleagues a lewd text message. Bolling's lawyer calls the accusations untrue and says he and his client are cooperating with the investigation. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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Fox News host Sean Hannity said he would no longer talk about the Seth Rich theory "out of respect for the family's wishes — for now." Rob Kim/Getty Images hide caption

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Roger Ailes, Founder Of 'Fox News,' Dies At 77

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Fox News co-President Bill Shine has not been accused of sexual harassment, but a number of women at Fox News have alleged that he was aware of inappropriate behavior and dismissed their complaints. Lucas Jackson/REUTERS hide caption

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Fox News Co-President Bill Shine Resigns

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Wes Moore speaks at the Robin Hood Veterans Summit at Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum on May 7, 2012 in New York City. Craig Barritt/Getty Images hide caption

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Rupert Murdoch (left) with Fox News co-presidents Jack Abernethy and Bill Shine today. Last week, Fox News fired Bill O'Reilly in a move to save a $14 billion dollar deal. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Beyond Sexual Harassment, Lesser Known Scandals Could Cost The Murdochs A $14B Deal

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Fox News has been the focus of sexual harassment claims that resulted in the ouster of former CEO Roger Ailes and host Bill O'Reilly. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Fox News Turmoil Highlights Workplace Culture's Role In Sexual Harassment

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An ad for Bill O'Reilly's top-rated Fox News show stares back at passersby outside the News Corp. headquarters in New York City earlier this month. O'Reilly is stepping away from the show for a vacation as controversy continues to mount around sexual harassment claims. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Advertisers are beginning to pull their commercials from Fox News star Bill O'Reilly's flagship broadcast as allegations of sexual harassment continue to grow. Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images hide caption

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As Scandals Crest, Fox News Once More Under Siege

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Then-Fox News CEO Roger Ailes poses at the network's New York City studios in 2006. Ailes served as CEO from Fox News' first day in 1996 until his resignation in July. Jim Cooper/AP hide caption

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

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