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Bill Cosby: No more doubts about him

Thirty-five women who accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault were featured in a stunning and poignant cover of New York Magazine last week, and with their collective stories and cover image, they have changed forever the dynamic of the story. […]

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Bill Cosby: No more doubts about him

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Thirty-five women who accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault were featured in a stunning and poignant cover of New York Magazine last week, and with their collective stories and cover image, they have changed forever the dynamic of the story. […]

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Sturgis rumbles into the 2015 landscape

The Black Hills of South Dakota rumble with the thunder of the 21st Century as Wyatt 2.0 pulls into

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Sharon Stone is an ambassador of peace

What could an American actress, a civil rights advocate powerhouse, an ambitious young filmmaker and a Nobel Peace Prize winning president have in common? In the case of Sharon

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Hillary Clinton’s email practices questioned

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s admission in early March that she used her personal email account-on a private server-while performing official duties and that she ordered the deletion

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Roger Goodell is the toxin in the NFL

No one should be surprised Roger Goodell decided to uphold his four-game suspension on New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady for his role in what has become known as

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Barbara Mikulski: Celebrating 50 years of Medicare

EDITOR’S NOTE:  Senator Barbara Mikulski writes periodic columns for Maryland publications. She is the senior Senator for Maryland and the Senior Democrat on the Senate Appropriations Committee. The following

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Deflategate: NFL feels a little deflated

Here we are, nearly at the end of July and a full six months removed from Deflategate's initial appearance in the news and still no real decision has been

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President Obama makes history with Africa visit

President Barack H. Obama made history Friday when he became the first sitting president to visit the African nation of Kenya. It is the place where his father was

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EU opens antitrust case against Hollywood studios

Sony Pictures Entertainment, 20th Century Fox, Walt Disney Studios, NBCUniversal, Paramount Pictures and Warner Bros. find themselves in a European drama. On Thursday the European Union (EU) opened an antitrust

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Cuban flag flutters once again over D.C. as revived embassy lures protesters

WASHINGTON — The last vestige of the Cold War melted away Monday morning, perhaps fittingly, on one of the hottest summer days of 2015. By 10:36 a.m., when three uniformed

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