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NBC Sports 17 Jan 2020

Would Houston Astros scandal last for two years in NFL?


Mike Florio, Chris Simms and Big Cat debate if the Houston Astros' cheating scheme would have gone undetected for two years in the NFL like it did in MLB.

Disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein has been sentenced to 23 years in prison for rape and sexual assault.

He was found guilty in a trial in New York last month, a dramatic fall from grace for one of Hollywood's most powerful figures.

The 67-year-old appeared in court on Wednesday in a wheelchair.

His lawyers had appealed for leniency, saying even the minimum sentence of five years could be a "life sentence".

But prosecutors argued Weinstein should be given the maximum possible sentence given his "lifetime of abuse" towards women and "lack of remorse" for his actions.
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Joe Scarborough calls on President Trump to follow the advice of public health experts and shut down the country for two weeks in order to get a better handle on the spread of the coronavirus.

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