Ex-CNN Reporter Says Beef Over Leave For New Dads Settled

By Ben James (September 16, 2015, 4:22 PM EDT) -- A former CNN reporter who filed a U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission charge over an allegedly discriminatory paid time off policy for new parents said Wednesday he has reached a settlement with CNN and Turner Broadcasting System Inc. resolving his sex discrimination claim.

Josh Levs filed an EEOC charge invoking Title VII against Time Warner Inc. — the parent of Turner, which owns CNN — in October 2013, challenging a leave policy that he said allowed all new parents, except biological fathers, the option to take 10 paid weeks off.

Time Warner afforded 10 weeks of paid time off to women...

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