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Bill Cosby: A Timeline of Sexual Assault Allegations
Bill Cosby began the year fighting allegations of sexual misconduct. Now, he's ending 2015 in court after being charged with aggravated indecent assault. The Montgomery County District Attorney's Office in Norristown, Pennsylvania, filed the assault charge earlier today in relation to accusations
O'Connor: Panthers' Cam Newton, others should keep dancing
Cam Newton said his end zone dance took him somewhere we all want the NFL to be -- a happy place. He celebrated a touchdown for his unbeaten Carolina Panthers the way boys and girls everywhere celebrate their mad touch-football dashes on the playground, and for good reason. "I'm a kid at heart,"
Star-Studded 'Avengers' Cast Dishes on New Movie
Robert Downey Jr., Mark Ruffalo, Chris Evans and Jeremy Renner answer your questions
Opening Statements Set to Begin in Michael Jackson Wrong Death Suit
Opening statements begin today as lawyers for Katherine Jackson will attempt to convince a jury that the promoters of Michael Jackson's 2009 comeback concert were responsible for his death. The opening statements will provide a roadmap for the case, which is expected to delve into the highly
The Michael Jackson Diet: What Did MJ Eat?
Some Speculate Pop Legend May Have Had Eating Disorder; Acquaintances Deny Such Issues
Trainer: Michael Jackson Was in 'Fantastic Shape'
Jackson's trainer, Lou Ferrigno, Said the Singer Was Thin From Training but Ready for Tour
'Hulk' Goes Heavy on Action, Light on Humor
He can hurl a Hummer with ease, roar like a lion and deflect bullets as if they were gnats. The latest "Incredible Hulk" (* * 1/2 out of four) is so steeped in action and spectacular special effects that his 2003 predecessor might be turning a more vivid green with envy. "He picked up a forklift
New 'Hulk' boasts better effects, smashing foe
Hulk want do-over. Just five years after the brute with anger management issues and forgiving pants hit — and splattered against — the big screen, "The Incredible Hulk" returns to theaters June 13 in one of Hollywood's boldest mulligans. The movie, this time starring Edward Norton as the scientist
Comic Con Crowd Journeys Into Many Realms
Batman, The Hulk and other superheroes were celebrated at New York Comic Con over the weekend, where blockbuster movie previews and celebrity cameos almost eclipsed the books. Thousands of fans, some in costume, flocked to the Javits Center for the event. USA TODAY's Whitney Matheson hits some of
Look for Your Inner Hulk
Admit it: You'd love to release the green creature within you. No, not The Great Gazoo, the condescending martian stuck serving Fred and Barney on The Flintstones in the cartoon's later years. Not the "Ho, ho, hoing" Jolly Green Giant who used to be all over the airwaves pushing canned veggies.