The author, who is white, told British newspaper The Times that job difficulties were "another form of racism."
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The longtime editor said she regrets publishing images and stories that have been racially and culturally “hurtful or intolerant."
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The MSNBC host said the president is probably wondering right now if Bolton will keep quiet.
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Executives at multiple publishing houses told The New York Times they don't want to be associated with Allen, who's long been accused of molesting his daughter in 1992.
New year, new books, new to-read piles.