NEW YORK (AP) — Since The New York Times published allegations of sexual harassment and assault against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein in October, multiple men in entertainment, media and politics in the U.S. and beyond have faced allegations ranging from inappropriate behavior to forced sexual misconduct to rape. A look at the men in media and publishing who have been accused since the Weinstein allegations emerged:
— "Today" show host Matt Lauer — Accused of inappropriate sexual behavior. He was fired and did not respond to a request for comment.
— Former "A Prairie Home Companion" host Garrison Keillor — Accused by one woman of inappropriate behavior. He was fired by Minnesota Public Radio. He told The Associated Press he was fired over a story and told the Minneapolis Star Tribune that he put his hand on a woman's bare back in an attempt to console her.
— Billboard magazine executive Stephen Blackwell — Accused of sexual harassment by one woman. He has resigned from the magazine.
— Penguin Random House art director Giuseppe Castellano — Accused by one woman of sexual harassment. Penguin Random House is investigating. Castellano has not commented.
— New Republic publisher Hamilton Fish — Multiple sexual harassment allegations. He has resigned from the magazine.
— Journalist Mark Halperin — Accused of harassing about 12 women while at ABC News. Book contract terminated. Fired from job at NBC News. He has denied some of the allegations.
— Artforum publisher Knight Landesman — Accused by multiple women of sexual harassment and sued by one woman. He has resigned from the magazine.
— NPR news chief Michael Oreskes — Accused of inappropriate behavior or sexual harassment by at least four women while at The New York Times, NPR and The Associated Press. He has been ousted from NPR.
— Amazon executive Roy Price — Accused by one woman of sexual harassment. He resigned from Amazon.
— PBS and CBS host Charlie Rose — Accused by several women of unwanted sexual advances, groping and grabbing women, walking naked in front of them or making lewd phone calls. He has apologized for his behavior, but has questioned the accuracy of some of the accounts.
— New York Times White House reporter Glenn Thrush — Accused of making drunken, unwanted advances on women. He disputes some of the accusations but has said he had had a drinking problem and apologized for "any situation where I behaved inappropriately."
— Webster Public Relations CEO Kirt Webster — Accused of sexual assault by one man. Firm renamed and Webster is "taking time away."
— Rolling Stone publisher Jann Wenner — Accused by one man of sexual harassment. He says he did not intend to make the accuser uncomfortable.
— New Republic editor Leon Wieseltier — Accused of sexually harassing numerous women. Removed from the masthead of The Atlantic magazine. He has apologized for his behavior.
— NBC News booker Matt Zimmerman — Accused of inappropriate conduct by multiple women at the network. He was fired from NBC.
This story has been corrected to show that Kirt Webster was accused of sexual assault by a man.