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Harvey Weinstein Might Actually Skate on the Charges. Here’s How.

Lis Wiehl Brings Podcast Series ‘Pursuit of Justice with Lis Wiehl’ to the Law & Crime Network

NBC’s #MeToo Report About Matt Lauer Isn’t Exactly Convincing

Law & Crime Network Expands to SiriusXM for Special Series

Heckler Who Threw Banana Peel at Dave Chappelle Now Suing Him

A Donald Trump Jr.-Aubrey O’Day Affair Could Mean ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ Violated Federal Law

Lawmaker Pushes Bill to Ban Hated Bachelor Star From State

Struggling Weinstein Company to File for Bankruptcy After Failure to Sell

Voter Registration Drive at Black Panther Screenings is the Purest American Activism

Nelly Rape Accuser Asks Judge To Issue Injunction Against Nelly’s Penis

Netflix Should Axe Film Glorifying ‘Baby Prostitutes,’ Group Says

LA Prosecutors Weighing Charges Against Director James Toback

Comic Iliza Shlesinger Sued by Male Fan over ‘No Boys Allowed’ Show

Really? Philly Councilman Tries to Ban Street Drumming

Matt Lauer Could Still End Up Getting Paid Millions After NBC Firing

Meek Mill’s Judge Ordered To Stop Stalling On Bail Decision

Let’s All Calm Down. John Grisham Is Not A Pedophile.

Dan Abrams: Harvey Weinstein Should Be ‘Very Nervous’ Right Now

Actress Claims Harvey Weinstein Banged on Her Hotel Room Door, Raped Her

Actress is First to Sue Weinstein Company Over Alleged Abuse

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