Roger Ailes’s teenage son, on the attack after his father’s death, vowed that he’s “coming after” the dozens of women who’ve said they were victims of sexual harassment by the former Fox News chief. Ailes died last week at the age of 77, nearly a year after being toppled as the founding force behind the conservative TV juggernaut. His forced resignation — and, later, the ouster of Fox News Channel’s biggest star, Bill O’Reilly — tarnished Ailes’s legacy and the network he’d built from scratch.
One of the first signs that something was wrong at the exclusive Siegfried Park enclave was the interview. Philip Kneer and his then-fiancee, Patricia Flynn — both first-time homeowners — were told they had to be approved by the German-American Settlement League’s board of directors before they could close on the two-bedroom house in Long Island. But board members took one look at them and said the interview wouldn’t be necessary, the couple said in a lawsuit. They had the board’s blessings.
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Davis Cripe left home April 26 an active and healthy teenage boy, but in art class that afternoon he fell to his knees and told worried classmates that he felt lightheaded. He passed out on the floor and was rushed to a nearby hospital. By 3:30 p.m., around the time the final bell rang at school, he was dead.