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Bill Cosby’s attempt at a career comeback has been collapsing in recent days as abuse allegations resurfaced. This week Netflix said it was postponing a comedy special it had planned with Cosby to air later this month, while NBC said it was stopping development of a sitcom with him and TV Land pulled reruns of “The Cosby Show.”

A Florida woman who came forward Thursday became the fourth in recent weeks to say Bill Cosby gave her pills that made her feel groggy then forced himself on her sexually.

The allegations by Therese Serignese are similar to claims made by Barbara Bowman, Joan Tarshis and Janice Dickinson. In addition, Tamara Green and actress Louisa Moritz have also levied sexual assault allegations against Cosby. Read More …

Shanesha Taylor, the mother who received widespread support and attention after leaving her children in a hot car while she interviewed for a job in Scottsdale, Arizona, allegedly spent thousands of dollars in donated money “to finish her baby daddy’s rap album.”

Taylor received a wellspring of support and donations after her March arrest on two felony child abuse charges for leaving her two children in a hot car while she reportedly attended the interview. A New Jersey woman helped raise $114,000 for Taylor after her story and tearful mugshot went viral. Read More …

Spurning furious Republicans, President Barack Obama unveiled expansive executive actions on immigration Thursday night to spare nearly 5 million people in the U.S. illegally from deportation and refocus enforcement efforts on “felons, not families.”

The moves, affecting mostly parents and young people, marked the most sweeping changes to the nation’s fractured immigration laws in nearly three decades and set off a fierce fight with Republicans over the limits of presidential powers.

In a televised address to the nation, Obama defended the legality of his actions and challenged GOP lawmakers to focus their energy not on blocking his measures but on approving long-stalled legislation to take their place. Read More …