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Harvey Weinstein accusers speak out following verdict

Harvey Weinstein is currently being held at the prison ward of a New York City hospital, one day after Weinstein was convicted of multiple charges that included rape. The verdict was cheered by some of Weinstein's accusers who applauded the courage of the women who testified in court.


Coronavirus cases in Italy jump to more than 300

There is an uptick in the number of coronavirus infections in Italy, despite efforts to quarantine the key infected regions of Northern Italy. Increases in infections have also been reported in countries like Austria, Croatia, Switzerland, France and Spain.


Video of 6-year-old girl's arrest prompts questions over police conduct

A newly released bodycam video is prompting new questions over police conduct in the case. It started with a 6-year-old girl acting out in class, and ended with the girl being put in the back of a police car.


Search for missing Idaho children covers five states

The investigation into the disappearance of two children from Idaho now covers at least five states, including a two million acre national park, CBS News has learned. Their mother is under arrest in Hawaii.


Charleston coffee shop empowers employees with special needs

Bitty and Beau's Coffee shop is where you'll find a lot of sweetness.


Charleston coffee shop empowers special needs people with jobs

In Charleston, South Carolina, a special coffee shop is known for more than its off-beat menu items, like Cotton Candy Frappes. “Bitty and Beaus Coffee Shop” also serves up meaningful employment to people with special needs.


Veterinarian offers free checkups for homeless pets

Veterinarian Dr. Kwane Stewart started walking around San Diego, offering to give free check-ups to homeless peoples' pets.


Official who briefed Congress on Russia threat to remain in post

"Ambassador Grenell has not asked me to leave," Shelby Pierson said in a statement Tuesday.


U.S. economy takes hit in wake of coronavirus spread

The CDC has issued a warning that the U.S. could see more cases as the coronavirus spreads outside of China.


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