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According to ALA, Cosby's children's book series is among the 10 most banned books in U.S. libraries for 2016. Cosby, 79, has been the center of public scrutiny over the past several years, since over 60 women came forward with sexual assault allegations against him, stemming from events that took place across the nation and in Canada as early as the mid-1960's.
  • Looks like we have a new Doctor Who

    Looks like we have a new Doctor Who

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    Hartnell himself had played the famous character between 1963-66, but passed away in 1975. The two Doctor's must work together to save home "Gallifrey" by moving it to another dimension. David's appearance will follow the departure of Pearl Mackie as Bill Potts at the end the series. The tenth season just started over the weekend and believe it or not, Marshall is set to regenerate as the new doctor is going to join the show during it instead of during the Christmas special.
  • Kawhi sets playoff career-high 37 points to blow past Grizzlies

    Kawhi sets playoff career-high 37 points to blow past Grizzlies

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    The bucket that he scored looked so easy it was nearly cruel, as Leonard got the and-one. But first they have to dispose of the Memphis Grizzlies here in this series . This is the playoffs, and every game is different. "One of the things about him is he finds a way to win the fast-break battle", Fizdale said. "We beat them by 30".
  • Driver who lashed out at Jeremy Vine has conviction appeal dismissed

    Driver who lashed out at Jeremy Vine has conviction appeal dismissed

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    During the appeal on Tuesday the 51-year-old told Isleworth Crown Court he felt afraid during the altercation and said Pearson made a gun sign towards him. "I know he saw me put my middle finger up because he smiled, so I know he's not telling the truth about that". In mitigation the court heard since that offence she had become a mother and in the past had suffered domestic abuse.
  • Sushant Singh Rajput: I don't work for awards

    Sushant Singh Rajput: I don't work for awards

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    One fine day, just when you thought you were over them, the hint of their tune, like a lingering scent, puts new life into the song. Like, they started giving their take on nepotism. Asked about his views on the same Sushant said, "As responsible actors, or responsible citizens we should not in anyways endorse or prefer one skin tone over another".
  • Prince William, Lady Gaga team up against mental health 'taboo'

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    Although Prince William says he's just now learning about mental health, the four minute video still manages to be heartwarming and it's clear that William is contractually passionate about the cause. "It's interesting to see and hear from you how much having that conversation. has really made a difference to you", William said in the video . The appearances were all part of the young royals' campaign to promote Heads Together - a charity set up by William, Harry and the Duchess of ...
  • Celtics' top priority? Win the top seed in the East

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    The Celtics normal defensive grit was nowhere to be found, as the Bucks got whatever looks they wanted. Ultimately, Boston finished the regular season with a 53-29 record, winning the conference by two games. Bucks rookie Malcolm Brogdon scored 11 points in 24 minutes in his second game back from a five-game absence due to back soreness. However, their biggest win was against the Golden State Warriors at the Oracle Arena where they had also won last season.
  • Arkansas executions halted, others back on

    Arkansas executions halted, others back on

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    But even with the court-issued stays, the executions are still possible before the end of April if the cases are sent to the Supreme Court and it sides with the state of Arkansas in its appeal. Once the midazolam expires, she explained, it will be hard for the state to acquire a replacement. Davis has been transferred from his supermax prison to the Cummins unit in south-west Arkansas that houses the death chamber and on Monday afternoon was offered a final meal of fried chicken, great ...
  • Cleveland Facebook murder suspect takes own life

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    He said it looked like the man was shot in the head or in the ear area. "There are a lot of things about this that we don't know, a lot of circumstances that were are still gathering", Williams said. Mr Osofsky pointed out that the video showing the killing was on Facebook for an hour and forty-five minutes before it was flagged by a user. Stephens, 37, could be anywhere, authorities said.
  • Dylan O'Brien, Michael Keaton Spar in 'American Assassin' Trailer

    Dylan O'Brien, Michael Keaton Spar in 'American Assassin' Trailer

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    Moments later, terrorists attack the resort, killing the fiancee - which leaves O'Brien grief-stricken but motivated to serve in a black ops mission aimed at stopping World War III in the Middle East. American Assassin is set to hit theaters on September 15th. The Kennedy character is in all the books. Watch the first American Assassin trailer below.
  • Umps may soon take to mic to explain replays

    Umps may soon take to mic to explain replays

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    According to a report by the Associated Press, MLB and umpires are now discussing a plan to possibly implement microphones in game to explain replay rulings. A lot of times we don't get that ... they just signal out or safe. "And the acoustics in the stadium here - we have a hard time hearing what's on the PA in the bullpen", he said.