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Quentin Tarantino admits he 'knew enough to do more' about Harvey Weinstein

Quentin Tarantino admits he 'knew enough to do more' about Harvey Weinstein

Tarantino also told the Times he hopes his affiliation with Weinstein doesn't affect the public's perception of his own body of work. "He told me not to be so naïve. Legendary filmmaker Quentin Tarantino has confessed to knowing about Harvey Weinstein's alleged sexual abuse for years and wishes he had done more to stop him.


LAPD Investigating Harvey Weinstein For Rape

LAPD Investigating Harvey Weinstein For Rape

Argento told the magazine that in 1997 Weinstein forcibly performed oral sex on her at a hotel in France when she was 21 years old. But the allegations came to wider attention through a New York Times article published earlier this month.



'France's Got Talent' suspends production after judge is accused of sexual misconduct

In response to accusations aimed Gilbert Rozon , M6 has made a decision to suspend the publication of the 12th season of France has an incredible talent . Allard did file a complaint with the police, but no charges were ever made again Rozon. "When this behavior continues over decades and affects women of diverse backgrounds, I think it must stop", Corbo told Le Devoir .


McCain demands answers on deadly Niger attack

McCain demands answers on deadly Niger attack

He also said President Donald Trump's administration is withholding information about the attack, but Congress should wait until his panel gets what it "deserves and needs", before launching an investigation. "We're just doing our job, which is to look carefully at what took place". Rapuano said the combined work of the departments has increased authorities' understanding of new cyber threats facing the country, but he acknowledged "we continue to face challenges when it comes to ...


The dog would use facial expressions to communicate with human beings

The dog would use facial expressions to communicate with human beings

The dogs did not make more facial expressions when they saw food. Other studies on dog behavior suggest dogs are smiling at us and dog behavior allows our canine buds to identify human facial expressions and engage in the same social behaviors as humans, scanning faces and eyes to analyze intent and identify threats.


Electric Volkswagen to take on Pikes Peak

Electric Volkswagen to take on Pikes Peak

Volkswagen will take on the iconic Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in 2018 with an all-electric race vehicle, the German manufacturer has confirmed. After two non-descript posts from Volkswagen's twitter account previewing a bulbous futuristic racecar, suddenly VW has put it all into context with a follow up video and full image of its new Pikes Peak vehicle due to hit the hillside next year.