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Did OJ Simpson just confess? Watch for yourself….

Jae Alan



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Cosby Retrial Set to Begin

Jae Alan



NORRISTOWN, Pennsylvania — Bill Cosby’s criminal retrial on sexual assault charges set to begin with jury selection on March 29 after Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Judge Steven O’Neill rejected the comedian’s request to have the charges against him dismissed.

Cosby’s attorneys, led by former Michael Jackson lawyer Tom Mesereau, argued for dismissal on the grounds that prosecutors disregarded clear and convincing evidence that accuser Andrea Constand lied when she claimed she didn’t know Marguerite Jackson, a fellow Temple University employee, who used to share hotel rooms with Constand.

Jackson told Cosby’s attorneys under oath in January that Constand confided that she could “set Bill Cosby up” and “extort him” by making false allegations.

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Jae Alan



Until Theodore Roosevelt, who jumped in and out of the political fray, former presidents often return to their homes, allowing their successor to establish themselves as the new commander-in-chief.

George Washington became the country’s largest whiskey distiller. William Howard Taft became Chief Justice of the United States. George W. Bush pursued his passion as a painter.

Much of President Barack Obama’s moves in the weeks leading to his White House exit was left to speculation. For 55-year-old Obama, living in seclusion was not an option. He had already announced in 2016 that he wasn’t leaving Washington until his daughters completed school. He also said he’d have no choice but to speak up if America’s core values and principles were ever under attack. He didn’t say much else other than taking his wife, Michelle on a vacation trip.

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College Student Among Democrats Seeking to Unseat Bowser

Jae Alan



In the spring of 2014, D.C.’s mayoral race heated up. However, it wasn’t the voters stoking the flames, but none other than sitting U.S. Attorney Ronald Machen, who fired a proverbial cannon into the race.

Machen told the world that then-Mayor Vincent Gray was about to be indicted. Gray had led most polls and was expected by many to defeat his challengers, including Muriel Bowser, though she had been gaining on the incumbent even before Machen’s interference.

In December 2015, long after the damage was done and Bowser was in office, new U.S. Attorney Channing Phillips announced finally that there would be no indictment of Gray, who would eventually return to District politics and unseat Yvette Alexander and win the Ward 7 Council race.

“Everyone knows that I’ve been weighing a run,” Gray said of this year’s mayoral race. “I know that there isn’t a lot of time left, but we will see.”

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