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After the first New York Times investigation revealed that O'Reilly and Fox News had settled five sexual harassment lawsuits totaling million, Fox News terminated O'Reilly's employment in April 2017.In October 2017, the New York Times reported an additional settlement of million that O'Reilly had paid to settle a sixth sexual harassment lawsuit, which had been filed against him by former Fox News analyst Lis Wiehl because of the "non-consensual sexual relationship" she says O'Reilly initiated with her. Brigid parochial school in Westbury, and Chaminade High School, a private Catholic boys high school in Mineola.(born September 10, 1949) is an American journalist, author, and television host.During the late 1970s and 1980s, he reported for local television stations in the United States and later for CBS News and ABC News.At WFAA-TV in Dallas, O'Reilly was awarded the Dallas Press Club Award for excellence in investigative reporting.He then moved to KMGH-TV in Denver, where he won a local Emmy Award for his coverage of a skyjacking.In 1982, he became a CBS News correspondent, covering the wars in El Salvador on location, and in the Falkland Islands from his base in Buenos Aires, Argentina.O'Reilly left CBS over a dispute concerning the uncredited use in a report by Bob Schieffer of footage of a riot in response to the military junta's surrender, shot by O'Reilly's crew in Buenos Aires shortly after the conclusion of the war.
O'Reilly's early television news career included reporting and anchoring positions at WNEP-TV in Scranton, Pennsylvania, where he also reported the weather.His father wanted him to attend Chaminade, but O'Reilly wanted to attend W.Tresper Clarke High School, the public school most of his closest friends would attend.Speaking on ABC's Good Morning America on March 18, 2003, he promised that "[i]f the Americans go in and overthrow Saddam Hussein and it's clean [of weapons of mass destruction] ...I will apologize to the nation, and I will not trust the Bush administration again." In another appearance on the same program on February 10, 2004, he responded to repeated requests for him to honor his pledge: "My analysis was wrong and I'm sorry. I'm not pleased about it at all." Jay Bookman of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution wrote that he "clearly went overboard in his condemnation and demonization of Tiller", but added that it was "irresponsible to link O'Reilly" to Tiller's murder.