• Bill Cosby to hold townhalls on sex assault
Bill Cosby to hold townhalls on sex assault

You know, this, this issue can affect any young person, especially young athletes of today. "We knew once they heard the truth it was going to be a mistrial or not guilty", Wyatt said . Specifically, he will address how to spot warning signs from "potential victims" as well as how to handle sexual assault accusations that could stem from "...

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  • Kushner, Greenblatt met with family of murdered Border Policewoman in Israel
Kushner, Greenblatt met with family of murdered Border Policewoman in Israel

US -brokered peace talks between the sides broke down in 2014. Before the "Oslo Accords" officially opened negotiations in 1993 - between what would become the Palestinian Authority and Israel - roughly 200,000 settlers illegally lived in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.

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  • Senate's version of health care plan is terrible
Senate's version of health care plan is terrible

Heller, on the other hand, had expanded the Medicaid program under the Obamacare and as a result, hundreds of thousands of Nevadans came to heavily depend on it in the last few years. "If you want to use the president's formulation 'mean , ' then this bill is a little bit meaner than the House bill ", said Hanel. "It's simply not the answer...

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  • 5th day of deliberations begins at Cosby's sex assault trial
5th day of deliberations begins at Cosby's sex assault trial

The panel of seven men and five women earlier Friday heard excerpts from an unsealed deposition in which Cosby admitted he kept Quaaludes on hand for sex. In an email, a court official wrote that the jury will break for lunch in the afternoon and return to court to have their eighth question addressed.

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  • 5th GOP Senator Publicly Opposes Health Care Bill
5th GOP Senator Publicly Opposes Health Care Bill

The Senate's Trumpcare bill would still rip health care away from millions of Americans, could strip protections for people with pre-existing conditions and allow insurance companies to charge older Americans five times more for coverage than younger Americans.

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  • Cosby spokesman: Deadlock shows jury has doubts
Cosby spokesman: Deadlock shows jury has doubts

Bill Cosby's accusers and supporters alike have gathered on the courthouse steps to await a verdict in his sexual assault case. Cosby faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted on all three felony counts. Well, the jurors have to figure out which - if any - of the three counts of aggravated indecent sexual assault Cosby is guilty of. ...

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  • Russian Federation slams Trump's Cold War policy on Cuba
Russian Federation slams Trump's Cold War policy on Cuba

President Donald Trump arrives at the White House in Washington, Friday, June 16, 2017, after speaking about Cuba policy in Miami. Ensconced in think tanks in Washington and NY, or in the private sector on both coasts, the Obama alumni network has become a diaspora of the disappointed as Trump tries to make good on his promises to upend much of...

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  • World's Ugliest Dog Contest awards underdogs' inner beauty
World's Ugliest Dog Contest awards underdogs' inner beauty

These pooches are celebrated for their natural ugliness. The ugliest dog will be announced Friday night. She was rescued when she was almost blind, but after several surgeries can see again, according to her handler Shirley Zindler. The competition to be named the World's Ugliest Dog begins Friday at the Sonoma-Marin Fair in California. After...

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  • Donald Trump could win 2020 presidential election, here's why
Donald Trump could win 2020 presidential election, here's why

And in a Twitter boast, he said , "I've helped pass and signed 38 Legislative bills, mostly with no Democratic s upport, and gotten rid of massive amounts of regulations". "That would be very bad for the Republican Party - and please let Cryin' Chuck stay!" he tweeted . Her supporters aggressively linked Ossoff to Pelosi and "San Francisco valu...

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  • Older Americans can't afford health care bill's 'Age Tax': AARP
Older Americans can't afford health care bill's 'Age Tax': AARP

The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said that under the House bill, 23 million fewer people would have coverage by 2026. Sandoval said the Senate bill "is something that needs to change". " Medicaid cuts of this magnitude are unsustainable and will increase costs to individuals with private insurance", American Hospital Association presi...

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  • Rep. Steve Scalise upgraded to 'fair' condition after shooting
Rep. Steve Scalise upgraded to 'fair' condition after shooting

Three others were shot in addition to Scalise. He was identified as James T. Hodgkinson, 66, of Belleville, Illinois. Sava said Friday that there are hundreds of bullet fragments in Scalise's body, but "we have no intention to try and remove all the bullet fragments at this point".

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  • Khloe Kardashian romance is effortless
Khloe Kardashian romance is effortless

Malika is known for being on Keeping Up With the Kardashians and being Khloe Kardashian's best friend. She said that this helped them get through the show but it wasn't something that could last with them outside of the show. "It's not that I don't trust them to do such a thing, I just personally think that the most organic thing that I do in dat...

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  • Lady Gaga's Hiking Gear Is Hilariously Questionable
Lady Gaga's Hiking Gear Is Hilariously Questionable

So this weekend commit to your look as hard as Lady Gaga commits to literally every outfit. For her outdoor escapade, Gaga wore a black maxi skirt, a black, ruffled off-the-shoulder top, and nude stilettos.

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  • Republican proposed Senate health bill; not enough votes to pass
Republican proposed Senate health bill; not enough votes to pass

Sen. Dean Heller (R-NV) is probably the most endangered Republican up for reelection in 2018. Senate Republicans on Thursday unveiling a health care bill that makes deep cuts in Medicaid and end the Affordable Care Act's ( ACA ) mandate that most Americans have health insurance.

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  • Johnny Depp apologizes for 'assassin' comments
Johnny Depp apologizes for 'assassin' comments

The actor released a statement to People magazine Friday in which he called his remarks Thursday night at the Glastonbury Festival a bad joke and said it was in poor taste. Take a look at what he wrote in letters to the editor. "Let's be honest. When Lincoln was assassinated, the assassin was an actor on the stage", said Limbaugh, citing He...

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  • Johnny Depp jokes about assassinating Donald Trump
Johnny Depp jokes about assassinating Donald Trump

Johnny Depp's descent will not be stopped by his gaining cheap headlines or calculated PR moves. "It did not come out as intended, and I intended no malice. CNN ultimately fired Griffin from its annual New Year's Eve broadcast over the controversy. A production of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar in New York's Central Park was recently interrupted...

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  • Alex Jones says he recorded entire interview with NBC's Megyn Kelly
Alex Jones says he recorded entire interview with NBC's Megyn Kelly

In portions of the interview released, she challenges him on his statements about Sandy Hook . In the audio clips Jones released, he splices in his own commentary reflecting on his conversations with Kelly. Camerota and Cuomo agreed that Kelly has the right to interview Jones, given his stature with the current occupant of the White House. ...

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  • Tornadoes spawned by Cindy's remnants cause damage in Birmingham, AL
Tornadoes spawned by Cindy's remnants cause damage in Birmingham, AL

The National Weather Service said Tropical Depression Cindy is continuing to produce heavy rain around the Mississippi Valley. The center of the storm is projected to make landfall sometime Thursday morning. Those storms will then spread across the southern half of the state with the southeast region predicted to get the most rain. The wea...

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  • Watch DJ Khaled's
Watch DJ Khaled's "I'm So Grateful" Video Featuring Sizzla

Sean and Lamar's relationship hit a rocky path in 2013 with the release of "Control", which is technically a Sean track but is perhaps most notable for Lamar's decision to name names. 1 , which drops in a week on June 30. Khaled says the four-month-old, who is listed as an executive producer of the album, lets him know which songs he likes by b...

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  • The Bat-Signal Will Shine In LA Tonight
The Bat-Signal Will Shine In LA Tonight

A giant Bat-signal lit up the side of City Hall in Los Angeles Thursday night to honor Batman actor Adam West , who played the superhero role in the 1960s television series. This includes appearances in "The Fairly Odd Parents" in 2001, "The Simpsons" in 1992 up to 2002, and on " Family Guy " from 2000 until his death this year.

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