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Ex-supermodel accuses Cosby of rape; NBC pulls plug on comedian's project

First Netflix put its Bill Cosby comedy special on hold, and now NBC has decided against moving forward with it's own Cosby project.

JetBlue will cut legroom, charge for checked bags

JetBlue is feeling the crunch, and soon, so will its customers. The company unveiled plans to cut legroom and charge baggage fees.

Three dead in Michigan train collision

Police have identified the three victims killed in a train crash near Kalamazoo, Michigan Tuesday afternoon.

Buffalo: Buried under six feet of snow!

Arctic cold and high winds sweeping across Lake Erie have brought an historic snow fall to the area around Buffalo, New York.

Honduran beauty queen found dead

A Honduran beauty queen who went missing just days before she was to participate in the Miss World pageant was found dead Wednesday, along with her sister, police said.

Government officials want to expand recall of cars with exploding airbags

Government officials want to expand the recall of vehicles with exploding airbags. Currently about 8 million U.S. autos have been affected by the recall.

Janice Dickinson accuses Bill Cosby of rape

 Former supermodel Janice Dickinson accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault, telling "Entertainment Tonight" in an interview aired on Tuesday that the comedian raped her.

Hackers target U.S. energy grid

The United States' Energy grid is a popular target for hackers. In fact, a division of the Department of Homeland Security investigated 79 hacking attempts in fiscal 2014.There were 145 incidents the year before.

Classroom espionage at BYU?

Police at Brigham Young University are investigating whether any laws were broken after professors discovered a voice-activated recording device stuck under a chair in a lecture hall on campus.

Did pictures of Homeland Security vehicles near Ferguson get man fired?

A Navy veteran in Missouri said he was fired from his job and called a terrorist for posting pictures to Facebook of Homeland Security vehicles massing near Ferguson.

Dead in the cold

Police in Fremont, Nebraska say a 16-year-old Jaime Valdez has died after being hospitalized for possible cold exposure Sunday morning. The low that morning was 6 degrees, with wind chills as low as -7.

Shelter: No gays allowed

One of Kansas City's largest charitable organizations is facing backlash for their policy that won't allow for same-sex couples to share a bed.

Tale of two streets in Ferguson

West Florissant Avenue runs parallel to South Florissant Road, separated only by a few blocks. But the division runs much deeper. The two thoroughfares tell the story of two cities in one, of the gulf between class and race.

Thai police identify Americans accused of trying to ship infant body parts

Two Americans stole adult and infant body parts from a museum inside a Bangkok hospital and tried to ship them to Las Vegas, Thai police say.

Pilot killed after small plane crashes into Chicago home

The pilot has died after a small cargo plane crashed into a home near Midway Airport.