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DA promises new trial after mistrial in Bill Cosby case

This had been the first criminal prosecution to be brought against Cosby, who will celebrate his 80th birthday next month with his legacy and reputation in shreds. "It has been restored". Three are defamation cases in which accusers say Cosby defamed them as liars, and two are civil assault lawsuits. He found success with his "Fat Albert" animated TV show and starred in commercials for Jell-O pudding.



Camille Cosby claims 'overtly arrogant' judge collaborated with 'exploitively ambitious' DA

The jury - comprised of five women and seven men - failed to reach a unanimous decision on whether or not the T.V. star drugged and sexually assaulted accuser, Andrea Constand . "We had to go through 1,000 people to get a jury", he said. However, Angela Agrusa, one of Cosby's lawyers, said: "Today was very important". He is free on $US1 million bail.



Johnson, McIlroy and Day miss US Open cut

He's in contention again going into this weekend at another new Open course, Erin Hills . He hammered a chip from just short of the par-5 14th that led to another three-putt bogey. Southpaws have won every major except the U.S. Open. This one he'd rather forget. Thomas needed an eagle on the par-5 18th hole to reach the feat, and he produced with a deadly-accurate 3-wood from the fairway.



Justin Thomas shoots 63, trails Brian Harman by 1 at US Open

McIlroy (78) and Day (79) are coming off their worst scores ever in a U.S. Open , mainly because they couldn't keep it out of the thick fescue that frames the wide fairways at Erin Hills . "I showed up for the last six holes at least", joked McIlroy, who was three over par after 12 holes before carding birdies on the fourth, fifth, seventh and ninth.


Warriors fans celebrate championship with parade, rally

Warriors fans celebrate championship with parade, rally

It sounds like, if Golden State does accept an invitation, it can expect Steph Curry to skip the chance to shake President Trump's hand. The most vociferous response came from small forward Andre Iguodala who said, " Hell, nah! " when questioned by journalist Sam Amick from USA Today .