Gus Garcia-Roberts

investigative sports reporter for the Washington Post

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Investigative reporter for the LA Times.

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LA Dodgers pitcher and highest-paid baseball player Trevor Bauer will sit out for the rest of the season. The announcement came over the weekend.

Trevor Bauer is baseball’s highest-paid player. He’s now out for the season amid sexual assault allegations

LA Dodgers pitcher and highest-paid baseball player Trevor Bauer will sit out for the rest of the season. The announcement came over the weekend.

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It’s been only a month since the Harvey Weinstein story broke. Every day there’s a new, horrible story.

Hollywood agent accused of sexually abusing minors

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