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Bill Cosby in 2005: I got sedative to give women for sex

Bill Cosby admitted under oath that he got a sort of sedative for the purpose of giving the drug to young women with whom he wanted to have sex, newly released documents show.

The documents date back to 2005, and they stem from a lawsuit filed by one ...

Garry McCarthy says system broken

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Chicago's top cop blames system for bloody weekend

When a city has eight killings in two days, including the death of a 7-year-old boy, something is seriously wrong with the system.

That's what Chicago's police chief said after a spate of bloodshed that tormented the city over the weekend.

"We need t...

Jerry Weintraub

CNN

Jerry Weintraub, Hollywood producer, dies

Jerry Weintraub, the high-powered Hollywood mogul whose career included promoting Elvis Presley concerts, producing the "Ocean's" movies and spinning larger-than-life tales, has died, according to his publicist. He was 77.

Confederate Battle Flag

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South Carolina lawmakers vote to remove flag

Will the Confederate flag be history in South Carolina?

After an impassioned discussion Monday, a bill that would remove the Confederate flag from statehouse grounds was approved by state lawmakers in a 37-3 Senate vote.

The bill -- which is scheduled ...

De'Andre Johnson

Florida State University

Video shows FSU QB punching woman at a bar

The moment captured on camera escalates quickly.

In one frame, Florida State University quarterback De'Andre Johnson, 19, is seen arguing with a woman at a crowded bar.

In the next frame, she raises a fist.

He grabs her arm. She attempts to hit him. He ...

Obama on ISIL

Obama on ISIS: 'This is a long-term campaign'

President Barack Obama offered an update on the military mission against ISIS on Monday, emphasizing the long-term nature of the effort and the importance of local forces and stable governments as keys to stopping the terror group's rise.

Keith Vidal

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Changing how police respond to mental illness

At 18, Keith Vidal was a normal teenager, his mom said -- a good kid and funny guy who liked basketball, played the drums and enjoyed the beach.

Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez

San Francisco Police Department

Suspect: I killed woman on pier

The man accused of killing a San Francisco woman in what appeared to authorities to be a random shooting has told CNN affiliate KGO-TV that he he did it, but that it was an accident.

"Did you shoot Kate Steinle, the lady who was down at Pier 14?" the ...

Starbucks

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Starbucks is hiking prices, again

Your morning coffee may be getting a little more expensive.

San Francisco

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Did sanctuary law lead to slaying?

The killing last week of a San Francisco woman, allegedly by an undocumented immigrant with a felony record, has put the spotlight on the city's policy of refusing to honor federal requests to hold on to people found to be in the country illegally.

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Notable deaths of 2015

Jerry Weintraub

CNN

Here is a list of some of the notable public figures, athletes, musicians, artists and actors we've lost in 2015.

Latest in Cosby sex scandal

Cosby on stage

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Court documents from 2005 obtained by The Associated Press indicate Bill Cosby said he obtained Quaaludes with the intent of giving them to a woman he wanted to have sex with. Here is a timeline of accusations made against the comedian.

Crisis in Greece: What to know

Greece votes no - Greeks celebrating

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On July 5, Greece voted by a big margin against Europe's latest bailout offer. The cash-strapped country will now ask its international lenders for help with less punishing conditions, but its not clear whether Europe will go along with that. Take a look at the latest developments in the Greece…

15 tips to stay safe, cool in heat

Kids at fire hydrant, heat wave

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The heat is on across the country. Learn how to stay cool -- and safe -- when the mercury rises.

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