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In his six-minute appearance Monday, Shaffer said that Constand had visited with Cosby at an out-of-state casino and that police knew he had vision problems more than a decade ago. Testifying under oath in 2005, Cosby said he obtained several prescriptions for quaaludes in the 1970s and offered the now-banned sedatives to women he wanted to have sex with.
  • Cuba Denounces Trump's New Measures

    Cuba Denounces Trump's New Measures

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    The president says his new policy will also restrict the flow of American dollars to the military, security and intelligence services that are the core of the government led by Raul Castro . Trump denounced the Castro regime, and promised that his "administration would not hide from it, excuse it, or glamorize it". The embargo remains in place and unchanged by Trump's policy .
  • Rep. Steve Scalise upgraded to 'fair' condition after shooting

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

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    Capitol Police Chief Matthew Verderosa said in a statement that Griner was in good condition in the hospital after getting shot in the ankle and that Bailey was treated and released following a minor injury. and hopefully run" in the future, Sava said. The congressman grievously wounded when a gunman opened fire at a Republican baseball practice is delivering a Father's Day message through his Twitter account.
  • Depp's 'assassin' comments the latest in celebrity anger

    Depp's 'assassin' comments the latest in celebrity anger

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    The 54-year-old " Pirates of the Caribbean " star followed by saying that he is not an actor, but someone who lies for a living. "Maybe it's about time". Depp continued and said the audience did not understand what he meant so he said, "I think he needs help". The actor's publicist did not respond to an inquiry from The Associated Press about the report in the magazine.
  • Detroit judge halts deportation of Iraqi Christians

    Detroit judge halts deportation of Iraqi Christians

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    As of April 17, there were 1,444 Iraqi nationals with final orders of removal from the U.S. Eight already have been returned to Iraq . The detainees were previously ordered to be removed mostly due to prior criminal convictions but the orders were never previously acted upon by immigration officials.
  • White House reacts to Depp 'assassin' comments

    White House reacts to Depp 'assassin' comments

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    I want to clarify, I'm not an actor. "It's been a while, and maybe it's time". He then proceeded to say, "This is going to be in the press and it'll be awful: When was the last time an actor assassinated a president? " he asked a cheering crowd at the Glastonbury music festival in the United Kingdom on Thursday night.
  • Heavy rain, winds, tornado warnings as Cindy heads inland

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    Power outages in the area of the storm were minimal on Thursday morning. There were no reports of injuries. There is a tornado watch in effect for all of Southeast Louisiana and South MS counties until 1 p.m. Rising tides in the wake of Tropical Depression Cindy have prompted the mayor of a low-lying coastal Louisiana town to urge an evacuation. "All arms of the state's emergency preparedness and response apparatus are taking Tropical Storm Cindy seriously, and we are calling on ...
  • India take on England in Women's World Cup opener

    India take on England in Women's World Cup opener

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    The Kia Super League and the central contracts on offer for England's women players mean that cricket is a viable career choice for the next generation of female players. "ECB recently doubled its investment in Chance to Shine, helping to introduce the sport to hundreds of thousands more primary school girls and boys, and this summer we have started a new European Central Bank participation programme, with All Stars Cricket getting a bat and ball in the hands of 5-8-year-old girls and boys ...
  • Mourners gather for funeral of student detained in N. Korea

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    Warmbier's death came just days after he was released by the North Korean government and returned to the United States suffering from what US doctors described as extensive brain damage. More mourners lined the street, with some holding signs of support and pressing the tips of their thumbs together to form a "W", as a hearse carried away the casket after the public service at a school in Warmbier's hometown of Wyoming, near Cincinnati.