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(Undated) -- Bill Cosby can still draw an audience despite troubling sexual assault allegations. Cosby never touched the topic during last night's live 90-minute benefit performance in the Bahamas. Several fans told NBC News they took in the show because they enjoy Cosby's humor...
(Cleveland, OH) -- A man who spent nearly 40 years behind bars is expected to walk free today, after a witness in his case admitted he lied. According to the "Cleveland Plain Dealer," 57-year-old Ricky Jackson broke down in tears after prosecutors dismissed his case this week...
(Washington, DC) -- The NFL Players Association is appealing the suspension of Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson. In a letter sent to the NFL Commissioner's office, the union accused Roger Goodell and the league of denying Peterson due process by "making up the...
(Washington, DC) -- Republicans are steamed about President Obama's planned executive order on immigration reform. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said Republicans are considering a variety of options to counter the President's moves. Obama's executive order is expected...
(Undated) -- The Arizona sheriff who calls himself "America's Toughest Sheriff" is suing President Obama over the immigration reforms Obama announced Thursday night. The lawsuit Sheriff Joe Arpaio is filing in Phoenix argues that the President's executive order easing the threat...
(Vienna) -- John Kerry is leaving the Iran nuclear talks in Vienna four days ahead of deadline. The Secretary of State will be discussing the issue with European partners in Paris, and his spokeswoman says "we have not yet determined when he will return to Vienna." The Iranian...
(Ferguson, MO) -- Reports are circulating that the white police officer who shot a killed a black teenager in a St. Louis suburb is in talks to resign from the force. CNN reports that Officer Darren Wilson is in final negotiations with city officials to resign from the Ferguson...
(Tallahassee, FL) -- Classes are back in session at Florida State University. Students, staff and faculty at FSU are trying to rebound the day after three people were wounded in a shooting at a crowded campus library. About 500 students were in the library when a former student...
(Buffalo, NY) -- Travel is banned over a wider stretch of the Buffalo, New York area after even more snow fell on western New York Thursday. Only emergency vehicles are now allowed on the streets in some 30 communities, including South Buffalo. Well over seven feet of snow has...