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Twitter CEO vows to police sexual harassment, hate, violence

Twitter CEO vows to police sexual harassment, hate, violence

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is promising the company will do a better job weeding out sexual harassment, hateful symbols and violent groups from its short messaging service. The pledge issued in a series of tweets late Friday followed a boycott organized by women supporting actress Rose McGowan after she said Twitter temporarily suspended her account for posting about the alleged misconduct of film producer Harvey Weinstein. The movie mogul was fired last Sunday by the company he co-founded amid ac…
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Will Johnson cleared to play for Orlando City

Will Johnson has been cleared to play for Orlando City after prosecutors decided not to pursue domectic violence charges against the Canadian midfielder. Major League Soccer said Friday that Johnson reached a verbal agreement with the state to enter a yearlong diversion program that includes a 26-week domestic violence program. Johnson has already served a five-game suspension. He returned to training Monday. Johnson was arrested and charged with domestic battery Sept. 6. Orlando City holes the…
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The Latest: Sheriff: Violence part of NC prison break plan

The Latest on an attempted escape from a North Carolina prison that killed two employees (all times local): 5:30 p.m. North Carolina’s governor is ordering extra safety measures after an attempted prison breakout left two corrections officers dead and a dozen other prison workers and inmates injured. Gov. Roy Cooper on Friday suspended the inmate work program at Pasquotank Correctional Institution in Elizabeth City, the scene of Thursday’s attempted escape by four inmates. Authorities said the …
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