I can't believe this! Look, it's Glenn Thrush — remember him? 1 — at the NYT:Under a proposal in the president’s budget many participants in the program would be given half their benefits in the form of a “Harvest Box” full of food preselected for nutritional value and economic benefit to American farmers. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton wrote at length about her decision to keep a top adviser on her 2008 presidential campaign after he was accused of sexual harassment by a female subordinate. Clinton argued that she did not believe firing her aide was...Show More Summary
Glenn Thrush, who apologized for his behavior around women colleagues at The New York Times, is returning to work there after his time off. “The woman involved was upset by my actions and for that I am deeply sorry,” in relation to the June episode. Show More Summary
I wondered why he'd left. I'm not sure what "sexual harassment" means in the current super-charged climate, but I do know that Glenn Thrush and his stupid hat remain on the NYT's payroll and free to bother women with their...
Top leaders at the newspaper say they took an ultra-nuanced approach in deciding how to handle allegations against a star reporter.
He'll also be taking some kind of sexual harassment lessons or something. The New York Times announced that star [whuh?! -- ace] reporter Glenn Thrush will not be fired but will be removed from the team of reporters covering the...
A Times editor sheds more light on how the newsroom investigation reached its conclusion about the reporter Glenn Thrush.
I'm finally forcing myself to read "Glenn Thrush, Suspended Times Reporter, to Resume Work but Won’t Cover White House" (at the NYT).The New York Times said on Wednesday that Glenn Thrush, one of the paper’s most prominent politicalShow More Summary
Staffers tell HuffPost the reporter's "punishment" only makes their own issues more plain to see, and the internal data backs them up.
The fact that the NYT doesn't see Thrush's actions as a fireable offense undermines so much of the brilliant reporting they did this year. So many of the men they broke stories on faced real consequences They lost their reputations and...Show More Summary
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Political reporter Glenn Thrush has "acted offensively" toward women—but not so offensively that the New York Times believes he should be fired, executive editor Dean Baquet says. The Times says Thrush, who has been on the paper's White House beat since January and was suspended without pay after accusations...
An internal investigation at the paper concluded that Thrush had acted offensively but "does not deserve to be fired."
It was just announced that Glenn Thrush, the sexual deviant who writes for Carlos Slim’s New York Times blog, will no longer be covering the daily press briefings with Sarah Sanders. But get this: he will still be working at the New York Times. Show More Summary
A month after suspending White House reporter Glenn Thrush over sexual harassment accusations, the New York Times announced today that Thrush -- a prominent political reporter for the outlet -- would be reinstated at the end of January, though he...
“[Glenn Thrush] behaved in ways that we do not condone.” “While we believe that Glenn has acted offensively, we have decided that he does not deserve to be fired,” sang The New York Times about its own employee today when...
CRIME AND PUNISHMENT: Showing an advance copy of your story to a subject for approval is a cardinal sin of journalism. But it paid off handsomely for Glenn Thrush, who used his obsequious charms on the Clinton Machine to land himself a plum gig as a White House reporter for The New York Times. But […]
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New York Times reporter Glenn Thrush, who was suspended last month in the wake of allegations he had behaved inappropriately with female colleagues, will be allowed to return in late January, the paper announced this afternoon. The Times...Show More Summary
Glenn Thrush, one of the New York Times’ most prominent political reporters, will not be fired following sexual harassment allegations.