Bill Cosby to host 'educational tour about sexual assault allegations'

Cosby's spokesman Andrew Wyatt told Birmingham, Ala., TV station WBRC that Cosby intends to hold a series of town hall meetings to educate young men on the problems their behavior like "hanging out and partying" could create. Prior to the trial, Cosby told CNN host Michael Smerconish on his Sirius XM radio show that he wanted to get back to comedy and motivational speaking after the case was over.

Trump is willing to work with Senate Republicans on health care bill

Four Republican senators said they are unable for vote for the Senate's healthcare bill as written, jeopardizing its passage. His presentation on Thursday of the Senate's health care measure to Republican colleagues - after the White House and key lobbyists got a peek the night before - was met with something other than unbridled enthusiasm.

Hillary Clinton says Republicans will be the "death party" if they pass

A handful of Senate Republicans are meeting in secret to craft a bill to replace the Affordable Care Act. While McConnell's bill curtails the program at a slower rate than the House version, it ultimately cuts deeper, which has prompted senators whose states expanded Medicaid to raise red flags.

Cosby jury begins deliberations

During a taped phone call that was broadcast in the courtroom, Cosby's recognizable voice can be heard offering to pay for graduate school in addition to travel expenses and a meeting with a talent agent. Once both sides returned to the courtroom, Cosby confirmed to O'Neill that he would not take the stand. O'Neill assured Cosby that he would instruct the jury that defendants are not required to testify.

Cosby jury deadlock causes mistrial: What people are Tweeting

Even as his attorney demanded a mistrial, Cosby himself thanked jurors for "their long days" and "their honest work, individually". Cosby will now face a new trial as soon as October, the judge said in declaring a mistrial Saturday morning.