NPR chief editor resigns after sexual harassment accusations

Oreskes said in a statement Wednesday that he was deeply sorry to the people he hurt.

National Public Radio’s chief editor, Michael Oreskes, resigned Wednesday, the day after 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.

Michael Oreskes has resigned as chief of NPR's newsroom following accusations of sexual harassment that dated back to the 1990s.

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