Google CEO: Anti-Diversity Memo Was ‘Offensive And Not OK’:
Google CEO Sundar Pichai has condemned portions of a controversial memo sent by a male engineer at the company who argued that women are not biologically fit for tech roles.
In an email to Google employees on Monday, Pichai wrote that parts of the 3,300-word manifesto crossed the line by “advancing harmful gender stereotypes” in the workplace.
Trump At 200 Days: Declining Approval Amid Widespread Mistrust:
Six months into his presidency, Donald Trump’s overall approval rating stands at its lowest point in CNN polling, while three-quarters of Americans say they can’t trust most of what they hear from the White House.
Parents Of 8-Year-Old Who Hanged Himself File Lawsuit Against Cincinnati Schools:
The parents of Gabriel Taye, the 8-year-old boy who hanged himself with a necktie in his Cincinnati home in January, have filed a lawsuit against the Cincinnati Public School district.
North Korea Vows To ‘Make The US Pay Dearly’ As Sanctions Tighten:
North Korea has accused the United States of “trying to drive the situation of the Korean peninsula to the brink of nuclear war” after the UN Security Council unanimously adopted new sanctions Saturday in response to Pyongyang’s long-range ballistic missile tests last month.
Escaped Ohio Inmate Kills Himself In Parent’s Basement, Police Say:
A suspected rapist — who escaped last week during a prison transport in Ohio — killed himself Monday, marking the end of an interstate manhunt, police said.
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