Ex-L.A. Times Beijing Bureau Chief Resigns Amid Sexual Misconduct Claims

A former Beijing bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times has resigned amid accusations of sexual misconduct.

The journalist, Jonathan Kaiman, was suspended in May after accusations were made against him by two women. Hillary Manning, director of communications for the Times, confirmed Mr. Kaiman’s resignation in an email.

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