Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Prep-Entertainment-Report

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Prep-Entertainment-Report

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BILL COSBY - CROSS-EXAMINATION

NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) _ Prosecutors in the Bill Cosby sexual assault retrial have built much of their case around the testimony of Andrea Constand, the comedian's main accuser in the criminal case. Today, Cosby's lead defence attorney will continue his effort to tear down Constand's account. Tom Mesereau has already started probing some of the inconsistencies he says he's found in her accounts about what happened between her and the comedian. For example, on Friday, Constand denied ever having intimate contact with Cosby before the night she says he drugged and molested her. But in a 2005 deposition, she testified she told her mom she'd occasionally been affectionate toward him. In her response to Mesereau's grilling her on that part of the story, Constand acknowledged doing things like hugging Cosby or giving him a peck on the cheek because she appreciated his mentorship.

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JAMES COMEY - TRUMP

WASHINGTON (AP) _ James Comey has added fuel to the verbal conflagration he is having with U-S President Donald Trump. The former head of the F-B-I says he thinks it's possible that the Russians just might have compromising information on the president. Further, Comey says there is "some evidence of obstruction of justice" in Trump's actions and -- to throw another log on the flames -- Comey says he feels Trump is "morally unfit" for office. Comey made the comments in an A-B-C interview that aired last night.

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BOX OFFICE

LOS ANGELES (AP) _ This past weekend's box office race featured something we haven't seen in a while: an actual race. Lately there has been a sizable gap between the number one and two entries -- but not this time. "Rampage" takes the top spot but "A Quiet Place" is a close second. Even the third-place movie "Truth or Dare" made a strong enough showing to give the top two movies a run for their money. Here are the numbers: "Rampage" took in 34.5-million over the weekend, "A Quiet Place" added another 32. …

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