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Sexual Harassment Hospitality Industry
Sharonda Fields, who said she was abused while working at a Georgia restaurant last year, is photographed at her attorney's office in Atlanta, Monday, Dec. 4, 2017. "I was absolutely humiliated. It was degrading, I felt embarrassed, said Fields. "I just felt like nothing happened when those guys talked to me that way and especially when the staff and the managers knew what was going on it made me feel like dirt." As new allegations of sexual harassment are levied against famous people in the worlds of entertainment, news and politics day after day, stories like Fields' are quietly playing out in restaurant, bars and hotels across the country. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
Britain Snow
A man walks past a snow covered phone box in Marlow, England, after heavy snow fell across parts of the UK, Sunday Dec. 10, 2017. Snow is causing travel disruptions across central England and northern Wales, grounding some flights and shutting down roads. (Steve Parsons/PA via AP)
New Vegas Hotel
In this Dec. 6, 2017 photo, an employee walks through Primrose, a new restaurant at the Monte Carlo hotel and casino in Las Vegas. The Monte Carlo is undergoing renovations to become the Park MGM. (AP Photo/John Locher)
Fresh food and spectacular produce are a hallmark of San Sebastian cuisine. MUST CREDIT: Photo by Tom Shroder for The Washington Post
Christmas lights display at 24 Broadmoor Ave. (Photo by Jerry Herman, The Gazette)
National Monuments-Blackfeet
This June 16, 2015 aerial photo, shows the Badger-Two Medicine area near the Blackfeet Indian Reservation and Glacier National Park, rear, in Montana. Even as it clashes with American Indians over reductions to national monuments in the Southwest, the Trump administration is engaging with a Montana tribe over the creation of a new monument next to its reservation. The mountainous area was part of the Blackfeet reservation until the 1890s. (Tristan Scott/Flathead Beacon via AP)
Patrick Van Hoesen, 17, and Jim Hinkle, TwoCor Executive Director, talk about products made by members of TwoCor in the basement of an Old North End home opened for holiday tours on Saturday, December 9, 2017. Van Hoesen, a teen member of TwoCor, was at the open house to talk to visitors and show off items like the belts made from recycled tires, front.