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CNN Most RecentMay 24, 2019
Michigan charges 5 former priests with sex crimes
Five former Catholic priests have been charged in Michigan with criminal sexual conduct or rape, the state attorney general said Friday, amid a monthslong investigation of alleged clergy sexual abuse in the state.

NPR U.S. NewsMay 24, 2019
Harvey Weinstein 'Reaches $44 Million Deal' With Accusers
Dozens of women accuse him of sexual misconduct. About $30 million would compensate alleged victims, former employees of Weinstein Co. and studio creditors, The Wall Street Journal reports.

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NPR U.S. NewsMay 24, 2019
Chef Mario Batali Pleads Not Guilty In Boston Assault And Battery Case
Batali stepped away from his restaurants and TV appearances after accusations of sexual harassment. He's now facing a charge he forcibly kissed and groped a woman at one of his restaurants in 2017.

NY Post National NewsMay 24, 2019
Catholic nuns urged to speak out about sex abuse
VATICAN CITY — The umbrella group of Catholic nuns is urging religious sisters around the world to speak out about sexual abuse by priests and other abuses of power that they experience, while also announcing new initiatives to protect children in their care. The International Union of Superiors General, which represents leaders of some 400,000...

Yahoo NewsMay 24, 2019
Facebook accused of leaving 'broken children' in wake of its commercial aims, abuse inquiry hears
Facebook has been accused of leaving 'broken children' as collateral damage in the wake of their commercial aims, the child sex abuse inquiry has heard. Barrister William Chapman, representing the victims of abuse at the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA), said social media companies were not preventing paedophiles reaching children as it was "contrary to their business model" and that their apps needed to be "fundamentally redesigned". Police also warned that tech firms were going ahead with plans to encrypt more features "in the certain knowledge" it would lead to more children being abused. The warnings came as the inquiry's hearing into online child abuse drew to a close yesterday. Over the last fortnight IICSA has heard evidence from Facebook, Apple, Microsoft and Google about their efforts to combat child abuse online. Giving his closing statement, Mr Chapman singled out Facebook as the "unacceptable face of social media", citing that over half of reported grooming offences in 2017 and 2018 related to the company or its Instagram and WhatsApp apps. William Chapman giving his closing address to the inquiry He said that social networks scanned for evidence of abuse after it happened and that they now needed to change their business model to stop abusers easily contacting children. Mr Chapman said: "What they will not do, because it is contrary to their business model, is to restrict the opportunities for abuse be

USATODAY National NewsMay 24, 2019
Mario Batali pleads not guilty to assault charge
Celebrity chef Mario Batali, whose career crumbled amid several sexual misconduct accusations, pleaded not guilty Friday to a charge that he forcibly kissed and groped a woman at a Boston restaurant in 2017. (May 24)         
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