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New York Daily News editors ousted over sexual harassment complaints

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Two top editors at the New York Daily News have been fired after being accused of sexual harassment, per the New York Post. Both were suspended last week.

The details: The paper’s managing editor, Rob Moore, was accused last December of bullying and sexual misconduct by at least four former female employees of the Daily News, the Post reports. Sunday editor Alexander "Doc" Jones was escorted from the paper’s offices after allegations surfaced that he forcibly kissed younger staffers at off-site meetings, according to the Post.