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6/25/2008 - Don Imus's Racist Comments Stir Controversy Again
Radio talk show host Don Imus again stirred controversy this week with racist comments about African Americans....

12/3/2007 - Imus Returns to Airwaves
Don Imus returned to radio this morning, less than a year after CBS Radio fired him for using a racist, sexist slur when describing the Rutgers womens basketball team....

10/18/2007 - Imus Likely to Return to Airwaves
Don Imus, the radio host forced off the air in April for using a racist and sexist slur when describing the Rutgers womens basketball team, is expected to announce that he will begin to broadcast with the largest talk radio station in the country, WABC....

9/25/2007 - Subcommittee Hearing on Stereotypes and Degrading Images in the Media
Following five months of meetings by the Women for Dignity and Diversity in the Media (WDDM) coalition, the House Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade, and Consumer Protection will hold a hearing today titled From Imus to Industry: The Business of Stereotypes and Degrading Images....

7/6/2007 - Civil Rights Group Examines Diversity in Media
In order to bring attention to the importance of, and lack of, diversity in mainstream media, the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights (LCCR) sponsored a town hall meeting in Washington, DC last Friday....

5/16/2007 - XM Radio Gives One Month Suspension to Jocks for Rape Joke
XM Satellite Radio announced yesterday that Gregg "Opie" Hughes and Anthony Cumia, the hosts of "The Opie and Anthony Show," will be suspended for 30 days after making vulgar and graphic rape jokes during their morning show last week....

5/9/2007 - Media Matters Report: Women and Minorities Still Invisible In Network News
A report released Monday by watchdog group Media Matters for America documented the continuing lack of women and minorities in prime-time news programs....

4/11/2007 - Imus Loses 2 Advertisers; Rutgers Team Agrees to Closed Meeting
Two companies have announced that they will pull advertisements from Don Imus's morning show on MSNBC and CBS after the host made sexist and racist comments about the Rutgers women's basketball team last week....

4/10/2007 - Talk Show Host Imus Suspended
Yesterday, MSNBC and CBS suspended the nationally syndicated 'Imus in the Morning' radio program for two weeks after host Don Imus made derogatory comments about members of the Rutgers University women's basketball team....

10/20/2006 - Woman at Risk of FGM in Sierra Leone is Granted Asylum in UK
The United Kingdom has granted asylum to Zainab Fornah, 19, who fears she would be subjected to female genital mutilation (FGM) if she returns to Sierra Leone, her home country....

4/5/2006 - Katie Couric Makes History
Katie Couric will leave the Today Show after 15 successful years - more than ten of them as number one in the ratings - to become the sole anchor and managing editor of what will become "The CBS Evening News with Katie Couric"....

5/16/2005 - Nebraska Judge Strikes Down State Gay Marriage Ban
A federal judge in Nebraska on Thursday struck down an amendment to the state constitution banning same-sex marriage....