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Two holdout jurors in Cosby trial

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The document said the court had "significant concerns" over publication of the names during the trial, when attempts to contact jurors' families and friends, who would likely have contacted the jurors, would have caused "consternation and distraction from their sworn duty". Read More »

'March Against Sharia' draws counter-protesters to State Capitol

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Demonstrators gathered to protest against Islamic-law hoist American flags as they take part in a rally Saturday, June 10, 2017 , in NY. Lori says the Sharia law does more harm than good for millions of Muslims. It says it condemns bias against religious groups and is "proud to stand shoulder to shoulder with peaceful Western Muslims as well as peaceful Muslims worldwide". Read More »

Lady Aurelia wins at Royal Ascot again

It was a tough performance at Epsom [Coronation Cup] and another one today, he's so courageous and I'd say that was probably a career best. The victory stirred hopes that Highland Reel might again visit Australia in the fall for a return engagement in the William Hill Cox Plate (G1). Read More »

'Father's Day for Philando' protest outside St. Anthony Police Dept

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Activist Nekima Levy-Pounds, a mayoral candidate in Minneapolis, rallied the mostly young crowd of different races, just as she did during the protests and marches that swept St. "My son loved this state", she said. The world learned of Philando Castile's death through a Facebook livestream launched by his girlfriend seconds after he was shot by a Minnesota police officer. Read More »

Businessman Donald Trump could benefit from President Donald Trump's new Cuba policy

In his view, it prevents US companies from conducting business with companies controlled by the Cuban military. The statement added that Trump had been "poorly advised" to favour the political interests of an "extremist minority" of Cuban-Americans living in Florida, who, because of "petty motivations, will not give up on their ambition of punishing Cuba ". Read More »

Lionel Richie once surprised Dave Grohl with 6000 muffins

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Foo Fighters will headline Glastonbury 2017 on Saturday (June 24). For a band that has traveled around the world twice, Foo Fighters never landed in the Baltics until last night when they made their debut in Latvia. There's nothing we love more than the Foo Fighters - we love their music, we love Dave Grohl , we love their humor, and we love the fact Grohl got his daughter up on stage with them the other day - but one thing we don't like is their secrets! Watch Harper play with ... Read More »

University of Missouri revokes Cosby's honorary degree

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The University of Missouri has stripped Bill Cosby of his honorary degree almost a week after a mistrial was declared in his sex-assault trial. It would be the first time the university has ever revoked an honorary degree. University of Missouri System President Mun Choi urged the board to rescind it, citing allegations that Cosby sexually assaulted dozens of women. Read More »

Fifth Harmony Explains Why They Didn't Change Name After Camila Cabello Left

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Fifth Harmony is back with the release of their latest hit single, "Down", featuring Gucci Mane, which is ushering in a brand new era for the girl group after parting ways with their former member, Camila Cabello , last December. The internet, like other people thinking that they know what's up. The "Work From Home" group - who shot to fame on US TV show " The X Factor " in 2012 - were reduced to a four-piece when their bandmate quit six months ago and though they briefly considered ... Read More »

Financial deal between Tories and DUP must be made public - McDonnell

Prime Minister Theresa May began talks with the 10-strong group of DUP MPs after the disastrous Tory showing in the General Election left her eight seats shy of a majority. "But - he added - I'm confident we can get an agreement". "What we certainly don't want to see is pensioners and the more vulnerable being affected". Read More »

Jughead Eats a Cheeseburger to Celebrate Riverdale Season 2 Filming

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Even though the mystery of Jason's murder had been solved, things weren't quite wrapped up neatly since Jughead's father remained in jail. Elsewhere, Veronica found out her own father, Hiram Lodge ( Mark Consuelos ), was getting out of prison, while Archie's father was the victim of what appeared to be a robbery gone wrong at Pop's Chocklit Shoppe. Read More »

Johnny Depp jokes about assassinating Donald Trump

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The Secret Service said in a statement to ABC that it actively monitored open source reporting, including social media networks and evaluates potential threats. Depp joked that his comments were "going to be in the press", saying, "it will be awful". He went on by saying he lies for a living and it has been a long time since he has done it and probably it was the right time for him to do so. Read More »

NBC Stands by Megyn Kelly's Interview With Alex Jones

As you likely know, the InfoWars host sat down with Miz Kelly to have an in-depth conversation about Jones' beliefs in several controversial conspiracy theories - one of those theories being that the Sandy Hook massacre was faked. broadcast. "Airing Ms. Kelly's interview implicitly endorses the notion that Mr. Jones" lies are actually "claims' that are worthy of serious debate, and in doing so it exponentially enhances the suffering and distress of our clients", lawyers Josh Koskoff ... Read More »

Bill Cosby's defense gives closing argument

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This comes Monday morning, as both the second week and the defense's turn of Cosby's sex assault trial start begin. They told the judge they wanted the "full context" of Cosby's testimony about the pills he gave to Ms Constand , which he had described to her as "friends". Read More »

76ers, Lakers get wants, lead 1-and-done parade

The Philadelphia 76ers have become the new kings of the NBA Draft over the course of the last several seasons. Those three are all freshmen and it's expected be a freshman-heavy first round with an over/under of 16.5 of them being drafted. Read More »

Cosby sexual assault case ends in mistrial

Judge Steven O'Neill declared the mistrial on Saturday when the jury in Montgomery County, Pennsilvania, claimed to be "hopelessly deadlocked" after six days of deliberations. NY lawyer Paul Callan, a former prosecutor, said he thinks it will be "exceptionally difficult" for the state to win a second trial against Cosby. She said she found Cosby at the bottom of the stairs; he gave her a muffin before opening the door and letting her out. Read More »

The Weeknd supports Selena Gomez's new ad campaign

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And now, The Weeknd has taken that PDA to his Insta, posting a picture of Selena to his story with possibly the best emoji you would ever want to be described as. If you thought that Selena Gomez and Coach were the flawless pairing, wait until you hear all about the dream that was brought together to create her first campaign for the house. Read More »

The Duke and Duchess look utterly in love at Ascot

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We will always know him as Prince William , but the world is often left wondering what His Royal Highness' last name is. The mother of Prince George , 3, and Princess Charlotte , 2, joined her husband, Prince William, at the horserace Tuesday wearing a lacy number. Read More »

Tourist bus hits top of Paris tunnel, 4 injured, 1 serious

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According to the fire authorities one person is in a critical condition. Its top-level windscreen appeared smashed and what looked like a tent roof was collapsed. Big Bus Paris operates sightseeing "Car Rouges", or red coaches, in the French capital. The company said it was conducting its own internal investigation. Read More »

Chelsea, Arsenal donate Community Shield proceeds to Grenfell Tower victims

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The police investigation is focused on how the blaze started, how it spread and whether any person or organizations should be held responsible, Detective Chief Superintendent Fiona McCormack told a press briefing. "We will identify and investigate any criminal offense and, of course, given the deaths of so many people we are considering manslaughter, as well as criminal offenses and breaches of legislation and regulations", she said. Read More »