Who Is Steve Chaggaris? CBS Political Director Fired Amid 'Inappropriate Behavior' Allegations

International Business Times

CBS News announced Wednesday that it had fired its political director, Steve Chaggaris, following allegations of inappropriate behavior in his past.


CBS News fires political director over allegations of 'inappropriate behavior'

FOX News

The news network terminated its political director amid allegations of "inappropriate behavior" on Wednesday.


Eight women accuse Morgan Freeman of inappropriate behavior

Mashable

UPDATE: Freeman has responded to the allegations. Actor Morgan Freeman has been accused of sexually inappropriate behavior by eight women, CNN reports. CNN noted they interviewed 16 people about allegations against Freeman, some of whom claimed the actor harassed them, and others who said they witnessed inappropriate behavior. Freeman's spokesperson did not respond to CNN's request for comment. SEE ALSO: Jeffrey Tambor confirmed for'Arrested Development' Season 5 An assistant who worked on the film Going In Style said Freeman "kept trying to lift up my skirt and asking if I was wearing underwear."


Tom Brokaw accused by 2 women of inappropriate behavior

Mashable

Tom Brokaw, the longtime NBC News anchor, was accused of inappropriate behavior in the 1990s by two female former colleagues, according to a Washington Post report released on Thursday. One of them, Linda Vester, was a correspondent in her 20s when the alleged incidents happened. She told the Post he made two inappropriate advances on her. Once, Brokaw tried to forcibly kiss her, she said. SEE ALSO: The #MeToo men are getting their comeback tours.


Fox News suspends Eric Bolling amid allegations of inappropriate behavior

FOX News

Fox News has suspended Eric Bolling, the host of the "Fox News Specialists" and "Cashin' In," following allegations of inappropriate behavior. A Fox News spokesperson said Saturday that Bolling had been "suspended pending the results of an investigation, which is currently underway." A series of rotating substitute hosts will take Bolling's place on "The Fox News Specialists," which airs weekdays at 5 p.m., and on "Cashin' In," which airs Saturdays at 11:30 a.m., during his suspension. Late Friday, the Huffington Post reported allegations that Bolling had sent unsolicited pictures of male genitalia to at least two colleagues at Fox Business Network and one colleague at Fox News. Bolling has hosted the "Fox News Specialists" along with Katherine Timpf and Eboni K. Williams since it premiered May 1.