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Disney’s blackout of LA Times triggers boycott from media outlets

Disney has reversed its decision to ban the Los Angeles Times from attending film screenings as punishment for the paper’s critical coverage of its business operations.

The studio last week banned the LA Times from access to its screenings and talent, citing “biased and inaccurate” coverage – only to trigger a boycott on Monday by several media outlets in solidarity.

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Police Officer Acquitted in Fatal Traffic Dispute Shooting in New York City

A New York City police officer charged with killing an unarmed man in an apparent road rage shooting was acquitted of murder and manslaughter on Monday.

A Brooklyn jury returned the verdict at the trial of Wayne Isaacs, who was off duty on July 4, 2016, when he and Delrawn Small got into a traffic dispute that authorities said continued for several blocks.

Small got out of his car and confronted the officer, who responded by shooting him through the driver’s side window. Isaacs said he fired in self-defense.

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Who’s Next? High Anxiety in Hollywood

Hollywood has always reveled in scandal. The rumor. The whisper. The unfortunate photograph. The apology and return to grace. But the recent sex abuse stories have turned into a parade of tawdry violations and twisted passions, the stuff of movies acted out in real lives against the unglamorous air of disgrace, endless transgressions that even Ray Donovan, Showtime’s half-shaven mercurial fixer, couldn’t clean up with all his hush money and muscle.

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Fed’s top 3 leaders are leaving their posts

The top three leaders at the Federal Reserve have either left or will leave their posts soon.
New York Fed President William Dudley — one of the most watched policymakers on Wall Street — said Monday he will step down from his post in mid-2018, about six months before his term is set to end.
“Leading the New York Fed and being a member of the [Fed’s committee] has been a dream job,” Dudley said in a statement on Monday.

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Harassment, Scandal and the Media: Is a Hollywood Witches Hunt Brewing?

Journalism is at its best exposing wrongdoing, and at its worst repeating unverified allegations.
In the early 1980s, Los Angeles was engulfed in scandal. After the mother of a young child claimed her son had been sodomized by a staff member at his school, other parents came forward with increasingly lurid allegations. Not only had one kid been violated, it was said, but so had dozens of others. And it wasn’t just an isolated staffer who was responsible; rather, half a dozen teachers and administrators had perpetrated the most heinous sex acts, some involving small animals, others satanic rituals. There were tales of secret underground tunnels and witches on broomsticks. The revelations seemed endless and apocalyptic. And they were repeated ad nauseam by a too-willing press.

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