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In surprise move, Bill Cosby drops countersuit against seven women who say he defamed them

The latest news closes the largest civil case against Cosby

Lily Lines: What percentage of Americans believe Christine Blasey Ford?

Plus, another Supreme Court victory for women in India

Andrea Constand on Bill Cosby: He ‘took my beautiful, healthy young spirit and crushed it’

‘He robbed me of my health and vitality, my open nature, and my trust in myself and others,’ Constand wrote

Bill Cosby sentenced to 3 to 10 years in prison in sexual assault case

Judge Steven O’Neill said evidence against Cosby was ‘overwhelming’

One of Bill Cosby’s accusers offers words of solidarity and support to Christine Blasey Ford

Cosby appeared at his sentencing hearing Monday

Roman Polanski pleaded guilty to statutory rape in 1977. The Academy expelled him — and Bill Cosby — this week.

Only four people have been expelled from the Academy

‘The Cosby Show’ was my family when I lived on Skid Row. I’m grieving for what I thought Bill Cosby represented.

The show gave me a sense of normalcy

Bill Cosby has been convicted. What’s next?

We are ready to move beyond hashtag activism

Why are we surprised about the Bill Cosby verdict? Because the legal system actually worked.

Cosby’s fame gave him a measure of protection for years

Bill Cosby found guilty of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at his estate in 2004

The 80-year-old comedian now faces prison