Longtime “Today” show host Matt Lauer apologized for what he called his “troubling flaws” in a statement read out on the NBC morning show on Thursday, a day after the network fired him for inappropriate sexual behavior. As his 20 years as a fixture of U.S. morning television came to an abrupt end, Lauer found himself among the growing ranks of powerful men in U.S. entertainment, politics and media to be felled in recent months by accusations of sexual misconduct.
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RALEIGH Walter Royal, executive chef at the famed Angus Barn steakhouse and Iron Chef America winner, knows a thing or two about cooking. An Alabama native, he grew up on a family farm surrounded […]