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Cosby accusers claim vindication, friends reserve judgment

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — While many of Bill Cosby's accusers feel vindicated by his decade-old admission that he gave at least one woman quaalude... Full Story

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  • Cosby accusers claim vindication, friends reserve judgment
    Cosby accusers claim vindication, friends reserve judgment

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — While many of Bill Cosby's accusers feel vindicated by his decade-old admission that he gave at least one woman quaaludes before sex, some of his Hollywood friends are reserving judgment, saying the testimony doesn't prove he committed a crime.

  • California right-to-die bill stalls with Catholics opposed
    California right-to-die bill stalls with Catholics opposed

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — In a blow to the right-to-die movement, California lawmakers on Tuesday dropped one of the most promising legislative efforts in the U.S. to allow terminally ill patients to legally end their lives.

  • The Latest: F-16, small plane collide over S. Carolina

    CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — Here is a look at the latest news about an F-16 fighter jet that the Federal Aviation Administration says collided with a small plane over South Carolina:

  • Subway suspends ties with spokesman Fogle after raid at home
    Subway suspends ties with spokesman Fogle after raid at home

    ZIONSVILLE, Ind. (AP) — FBI agents and Indiana State Police raided the home of Subway restaurant spokesman Jared Fogle on Tuesday, removing electronics from the property and searching the house with a police dog, two months after the then-executive director of Fogle's foundation was arrested on chid pornography charges.

  • SC Senate gives final OK to Confederate flag removal
    SC Senate gives final OK to Confederate flag removal

    COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The South Carolina Senate gave its final approval Tuesday to removing the Confederate flag from the Capitol grounds, but across the hall in the House, Republicans quietly sought a way to make a last stand to preserve some kind of symbol honoring their Southern ancestors at theStatehouse.

  • Chicago group sues 3 suburbs over gun store regulations
    Chicago group sues 3 suburbs over gun store regulations

    CHICAGO (AP) — Two mothers who lost sons to gun violence joined ministers and an activist group Tuesday in an unusual lawsuit against three Chicago suburbs, alleging that weak oversight of gun stores has allowed criminals to easily obtain weapons flowing into a metropolitan area besieged by gang vilence.

  • Expert: Theater shooter still thinks killing increases worth
    Expert: Theater shooter still thinks killing increases worth

    CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — The Colorado theater shooter still believes killing people increases his self-worth, three years after he opened fire at a crowded midnight movie premiere, a nationally known schizophrenia expert testified Tuesday.

  • Tennessee death row inmates challenge execution method

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — After more than a year of delays, a trial challenging Tennessee's method for executing prisoners began on Tuesday with an anesthesiologist suggesting that inmates given high doses of lethal injection drugs could spontaneously recover, although that was unlikely.

  • Judge bars full state worker pay without Illinois budget
    Judge bars full state worker pay without Illinois budget

    CHICAGO (AP) — Illinois won't be allowed to pay state workers in full during an ongoing budget impasse, a Cook County judge ruled Tuesday, potentially leaving some 65,000 employees without a paycheck and putting added pressure on lawmakers to approve a new spending plan.

  • Report: Number of US heroin users rose 300,000 over a decade

    NEW YORK (AP) — The number of U.S. heroin users has grown by nearly 300,000 over a decade, with the bulk of the increase among whites, according to a new government report.

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