Les Moonves won't get severance pay following sexual misconduct investigation

The CBS board of directors announced Monday former CEO Leslie Moonves will not get a severance package worth $120 million. The decision comes following an investigation into allegations of harassment and assault against Moonves. CBS News national correspondent Jericka Duncan reports.

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