Charge Against Harvey Weinstein Dropped
Manhattan’s district attorney has agreed to drop a sexual assault charge against Harvey Weinstein. The disgraced movie mogul was back in court Thursday. He previously pleaded not guilty to six felony sex crimes, stemming from allegations brought forward by three women. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.

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