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Bill Cosby Sexual Assault Trial Set For June

A June 5th trial date has officially been set for Bill Cosby and should last about two weeks. Cosby, 79,  is accused of drugging and sexually assaulting former Temple University employee, Andrea Constand, at his home in 2004.  Cosby says the encounter was consensual.  He faces three aggravated sexual assault charges. …

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Michael Flynn Asks For Immunity in Exchange for Testimony About Russia

The investigation into Donald Trump’s ties to Russia, and the nation’s interference in the 2016 Presidential Election, has just taken an interesting turn.   Former National Security Adviser Michael T. Flynn, who was appointed by Trump prior to his resignation, offered to speak with the House and Senate investigators regarding …

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Love Of Sports Causes North Carolina To Repeal Bathroom Law

Following all of the backlash they’ve received from the NBA, NFL and NCAA, North Carolina lawmakers have voted to overturn their controversial bathroom law.   “For over a year now, House Bill 2 has been a dark cloud hanging over our great state. It has stained our reputation. It has …

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Fox News Sued For Racial Discrimination Against Black People

If you ask the general public, Fox News Network has a long history of bias, specifically conservative, news coverage. Over the years, the network has been called out and criticized by several big-name celebrities and political figures for their tendency to support the Republican Party and its conservative views. On …

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Rihanna To Be honored at 69th Annual Parsons Benefit

  Just a few weeks after receiving the 2017 Harvard University Humanitarian of the Year Award, the Bajan superstar has been announced as one of the honorees for this year’s Parsons School of Design Benefit.   Rihanna, alongside Eileen Fisher and the Neiman Marcus Group, will be honored at the …

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