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CBS says Les Moonves will step down after reports of sexual misconduct

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CBS has announced that Chairman & CEO Les Moonves will step down after The New Yorker reported that six new women have come forward with accusations of sexual harassment or assault. Those new accusations brought the total number of accusers against Moonves to 12.