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Report: Fox News settled harassment claims against O’Reilly

The New York Times reported that Juliet Huddy, a former Fox News personality who accused Bill O'Reilly of sexual harassment, was paid a sum in the high six figures by the network's parent company in exchange for her silence and agreement not to sue. The secret agreement was reportedly struck between Huddy and network parent 21st Century Fox in September 2016, weeks after Roger Ailes was ousted as network chairman amid a sexual harassment scandal. (Richard Drew / AP)
The employee, Juliet Huddy, said O’Reilly, the network’s biggest star, pursued a sexual relationship with her in 2011. When she rebuffed O’Reilly’s advances, he tried to derail her career, the Times reported, citing a letter from her lawyers to Fox News it obtained.

17 arrested over Kardashian West jewelry heist in Paris

Paris police on Monday say 16 people have been arrested over the Kim Kardashian West jewelry heist in October. (Lionel Cironneau / AP)
French police arrested 17 people Monday in the October theft of more than $10 million worth of jewelry from Kim Kardashian West, who was tied up and locked in a bathroom after armed robbers forced their way into her rented Paris apartment.

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Tasting garlic through feet offers insight into Vicks for cough

Q. I saw your article about putting Vicks VapoRub on the soles of the feet to stop a nighttime cough. Then I was listening to NPR’s “Wait Wait ... Don’t Tell Me!” radio show. It is often a fun source for the latest wacky science studies. This week’s show included a story about tasting garlic ... with your feet! Scientists associated with the American Chemical Society performed a cool experiment. They reported that if you put a freshly cut clove of garlic in a plastic bag, rub it on the sole of your foot and then tie the plastic bag around your foot, you will taste and smell garlic after about an hour.

Cher, America Ferrera, Katy Perry and others set to headline the Women’s March on Washington

In this Aug. 21 file photo, singer and actress Cher stops to talk to media as she leaves a fundraiser for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum in Provincetown, Mass. Hollywood will be turning out in force for the womens march on Washington set to follow Donald Trumps inauguration. Actress America Ferrera will chair the marchs artist table, organizers said Monday. Other notables who plan to participate include Katy Perry, Amy Schumer, Scarlett Johansson, Julianne Moore and Frances McDormand. (Carolyn Kaster / AP)
The “Artist Table” at the Women’s March on Washington will be chaired by America Ferrera, a staunch supporter of former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, and will include entertainment heavyweights such as actress Patricia Arquette, who used her time at the Oscars podium last year to advocate for pay equality; entertainer Cher, who once compared President-elect Donald Trump to Godzilla; singer Katy Perry, who campaigned vigorously for Clinton; and Scarlett Johansson, Amy Schumer, Olivia Wilde and more A-list women.

Meryl Streep overrated? Donald Trump picks a decorated star

Meryl Streep poses in the press room with the Cecil B. DeMille award at the 74th annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Sunday, Jan. 8, 2017, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Jordan Strauss / Invision/AP)
Meryl Streep, who took aim at President-elect Donald Trump in her speech while accepting the Globes lifetime achievement award on Sunday night, holds the record for the most Academy Award nominations of any actor. She has earned 19 Oscar nominations and three wins, as well as a record 29 Golden Globe nominations and eight wins, and two Emmy Awards.

54-year-old medical student living her dream

Ordained minister Suzanne Watson, 54, seen in a Wake Forest medical library Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2017, is following a lifelong dream and studying medicine at the Wake Forest School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, N.C., with the goal of becoming a psychiatrist. (David Rolfe / David Rolfe Winston-Salem Journal)
Suzanne Watson couldn’t help but laugh when she received her AARP card and her acceptance letter from Wake Forest School of Medicine in the same week at the age of 50. Now, at 54, she is a fourth-year medical student, pursuing a second career that in many ways takes her full circle to her early life.

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