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How The 'Molineux Rule' Permits Certain Witnesses In The Harvey Weinstein Trial

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Key Witness Miriam Haley Testifies Harvey Weinstein Raped Her

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Actress Annabella Sciorra described in detail the alleged assault by Harvey Weinstein during his trial on Thursday. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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Actress Annabella Sciorra Testifies That Harvey Weinstein Raped Her

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Actress Annabella Sciorra Testifies That Harvey Weinstein Raped Her

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Harvey Weinstein Sexual Assault Trial Begins With Opening Statements

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Harvey Weinstein's Lawyers Want Jury Selection Done In Private

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As N.Y. Trial Begins, Harvey Weinstein Faces Charges In Los Angeles

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As Harvey Weinstein Trial Opens In New York, New Charges Announced In Los Angeles

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Harvey Weinstein (center) leaves a bail hearing last month in New York City. The former Hollywood megaproducer has been accused of sexual misconduct by dozens of women. He now faces five charges in New York City. Jeenah Moon/Getty Images hide caption

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Harvey Weinstein Heads To Trial For Sex Crimes In A #MeToo Landmark

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Sonny Mehta, Publishing Industry Giant, Dies At 77

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'Impeachment: A Handbook': How A Watergate-Era Essay Can Guide Us Today

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Donald Trump Jr., signs his new book Triggered at the 5th Avenue Barnes & Noble in New York. ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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What Bestseller Lists Really Tell Us About A Book's Popularity

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Archie Williams with his attorney Vanessa Potkin (left) and aunt Saundra Christmas at the 19th Judicial District Court of East Baton Rouge, La., this March, after forensic evidence cleared his name. Tyler Kaufman/The Innocence Project hide caption

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After Being Wronged By The Law, Singer Archie Williams Gets A Second Chance

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Museums Face Pressure From Activists Over Dubious Financial Ties

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