Invoice Cosby civil trial jury should restart deliberations after practically reaching verdict

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Jurors within the civil trial for sexual misconduct allegations in opposition to actor and comic Invoice Cosby should begin deliberations over after reaching a verdict on Friday for practically all of the questions requested of them.

After two days of deliberations, the jury had concluded whether or not Cosby sexually assaulted plaintiff Judy Huth on the Playboy Mansion in 1975 when she was simply 16-years-old, and whether or not she deserved any damages. 

Jurors answered eight of 9 questions on their verdict kind: the ultimate one asking if Cosby’s actions warranted

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Russia’s civil aviation authority bans UK flights; oil and gas prices retreat – as it happened

Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and business.

Yesterday we woke up to the bleak news that Russia had invaded Ukraine. Today we are expecting a Russian tank attack on its capital, Kyiv, which could become the hardest day in the war, an adviser to Ukraine’s interior minister said.

Russian troops are advancing on Kyiv and Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskiy pleaded with the international community to do more, saying the sanctions announced so far are not enough. An estimated 100,000 people have fled as explosions and gunfire rocked major

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D&C, Instances-Union reporting failed to fulfill problem of civil rights period

I spent greater than three years researching Rochester’s historical past within the civil rights period in the middle of writing my guide, “Your Kids Are Very Vastly in Hazard,” on the subject of college segregation. That point additionally served as a possibility to look at how the every day Gannett newspapers coated essential tales about race, particularly in the course of the Sixties.

Each the morning Democrat and Chronicle and the afternoon Instances-Union did good work in sure instances. Gannett gained a particular Pulitzer Prize quotation in 1964 for a nationwide collection known as “The Street to Integration,” spearheaded in

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William Wasserman, newspaper writer who advocated for civil rights and girls in management, dies at 94

A civil rights activist and a writer who employed ladies editors to run his newspapers, Mr. Wasserman died Sept. 29 in Kaplan Household Hospice Home in Danvers. He was 94, had lived in Ipswich for a few years, and had been recognized with a number of myeloma.

Although his newspapers’ focus was relentlessly native, Mr. Wasserman’s definition of “native” was expansive sufficient to incorporate protecting group residents who took half in newsworthy occasions removed from the North Shore.

In 1965, he joined Ipswich residents who had traveled to Alabama to take part within the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s march

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