The NYT on the latest Trump official to leave the building: “Rob Porter, the White House staff secretary, said Wednesday that he would resign his position, a day after a news account that quoted his two ex-wives accusing him of physical abuse during the course of their marriages.” Porter added: “These outrageous allegations are simply false.” Here’s more from The Intercept: Former wives of top White House aide Rob Porter both told the FBI he abused them.

+ “Wynn is credited with taking the city’s casinos from the era of gin joints and saloons into modern luxury resorts, with suites and art galleries and high-end dining.” But after harassment claims (and settlements), Wynn Resorts will have to get used to life without Steve Wynn as CEO.

+ “According to the most recent Department of Defense data, 14,900 service members were sexually assaulted in 2016 — more than 40 per day on average. More than two-thirds of those assaults went unreported, the Defense Department estimates.” Task and Purpose: The Military Has Been Fighting Sexual Assault In Its Ranks For Decades, But Women Say It’s Still Happening. (And, during the last year, sexual assault reports doubled at West Point.)

+ “Anna didn’t know that in New York, there is no law specifically stating that it is illegal for police officers or sheriff’s deputies in the field to have sex with someone in their custody. It is one of 35 states where armed law enforcement officers can evade sexual assault charges by claiming that such an encounter — from groping to intercourse — was consensual.” Buzzfeed: This Teenager Accused Two On-Duty Cops Of Rape. She Had No Idea The Law Might Protect Them.

+ Vox: More than 60 women have filed sexual harassment complaints against IHOP, Applebee’s restaurants.