Bill Cosby Ordered to Stand Trial in Decade-Old Sex CaseCosby, 78, could get 10 years in prison if convicted.
Smithsonian to Include 2 Cosby Items in New History MuseumThe Smithsonian will display two items related to Bill Cosby at its new African-American history museum on the National Mall.
Judge: Janice Dickinson's Lawsuit vs. Bill Cosby Can ProceedJanice Dickinson's defamation lawsuit against Bill Cosby should move forward, a judge ruled Tuesday.
Motion to Block Subpoena of Bill Cosby's Wife Denied Bill Cosby's wife will be forced to testify in a defamation lawsuit filed by women who accuse the comedian of sexually assaulting them.
Bill Cosby Charged With Sexually Assaulting a WomanBill Cosby was charged Wednesday with sexually assaulting a woman at his home 12 years ago.
Bill Cosby Sues Seven Accusers for DefamationBill Cosby is firing back at seven women who are suing him for defamation, accusing them of making false accusations of sexual misconduct for financial gain.
4 More Women to Join Defamation Suit Against Bill CosbyFour more women are planning to join a federal lawsuit against Bill Cosby, claiming the comedian sexually abused them and later defamed them by letting his representatives publicly label their stories lies.
Bill Cosby's Face at Ben's Chili Bowl Replaced With Sticker of Kim Jong UnThe now infamous mural of Bill Cosby at Ben's Chili Bowl on U Street has been marked with the image of another controversial figure.
Malcolm-Jamal Warner Opens Up About Cosby Allegations"The Cosby Show" alum Malcolm-Jamal Warner says the series' legacy is "tarnished" by the sexual assault allegations made against Bill Cosby.
'Cosby: The Women Speak' to Air Thursday on A&EMore than a dozen of Bill Cosby's accusers will have their say in a TV special.
Damon Wayans: 'Stop Twisting My Words' About Bill CosbyDamon Wayans took to Twitter to say he feels his words are being twisted after an interview he did Friday with the New York City Power 105.1 radio show, "The Breakfast Club."
Bill Cosby's Lawyers Ask Judge to Keep Settlement SealedBill Cosby's lawyers argued on Tuesday that his admission to using quaaludes in the 1970s doesn't mean he drugged and sexually assaulted women.