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In this March 18, 2015 file photo, former Associated Press Vice President and Senior Managing Editor Mike Oreskes poses for a photo at AP headquarters, in New York. Oreskes, current vice president of news and editorial director at National Public Radio,  has been placed on leave following a published report that he abruptly kissed two women who were seeking jobs while he was Washington bureau chief at The New York Times in the 1990s. (Chuck Zoeller/AP)
In this March 18, 2015 file photo, former Associated Press Vice President and Senior Managing Editor Mike Oreskes poses for a photo at AP headquarters, in New York. Oreskes, current vice president of news and editorial director at National Public Radio, has been placed on leave following a published report that he abruptly kissed two women who were seeking jobs while he was Washington bureau chief at The New York Times in the 1990s. (Chuck Zoeller/AP)
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NPR's senior vice president for news, Michael Oreskes, has resigned following allegations of sexual harassment.

Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson learns more from NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik (@davidfolkenflik).

This segment aired on November 1, 2017.

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