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latimes.comAmerica doesn't accurately document hate crimes. Help The Times fill in the gapsThe Los Angeles Times is partnering with the nonprofit news organization ProPublica to report on incidents of hate crimes and bias incidents in California and across the United States. We're asking readers to submit reports of incidents they have experienced for our journalists to research.
historyextra.com11 things you (probably) didn’t know about Sherlock HolmesThe fictional detective Sherlock Holmes, created by Arthur Conan Doyle, has for more than 130 years been a star of stage and screen, played by actors including Benedict Cumberbatch and Ian McKellen and serialised in countless books. But how much do you know about this famous crime-buster, who made his first appearance in 1887 in Beeton's Christmas Annual?
jezebel.comUSC Students Sue School, Campus Gynecologist for Decades-Long Sexual MisconductLast week, Jezebel reported on George Tyndall, the University of Southern California student health center’s primary gynecologist who was allowed to continue practicing at the school despite years of sexual misconduct allegations. Since the 1990s, Tyndall has been accused of making sexualized comments about patients’ bodies while giving exams, photographing their genitals, and racially targeting Chinese patients, among other crimes. On Monday, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Tyndall, USC, and its board of trustees by “a proposed class of hundreds, if not thousands, of women students,” according to attorneys from Hagens Berman Sobol Shapiro LLP, a nationwide litigation law firm.
alternet.org'More Evidence Against Trump' Than Nixon: Ex-White House Ethics Lawyer Slams Congress for Letting Trump Obstruct JusticeRichard Painter says Trump's crimes are "well-beyond" Watergate. Former White House ethics lawyer and Democratic Senate candidate Richard Painter argued on CBS Monday night that there is much more evidence against President Donald Trump for obstruction of justice than there ever was against President Richard Nixon before he resigned in disgrace.The difference between the two situations? Congress, Painter said.