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The sexual assault allegations that resurfaced against Bill Cosby first became public in 2005 after a former employee of his alma mater, Temple University, claimed he had drugged and abused her a year earlier at his suburban Philadelphia home. Testimony in that case was unsealed Monday after court action by The Associated Press. Here's how the controversy over the allegations, some dating to the 1960s, has unfolded:
Animated flick "Inside Out" edged out "Jurassic World" to top the North American box office over the weekend with a solid $29.8 million in ticket sales, figures released Monday showed. The Pixar film features the voice of comedian Amy Poehler and follows young Riley as her emotions of joy, fear, anger, disgust and sadness battle it out internally as she copes with a move to a new city. The movie beat the fourth film in the popular "Jurassic Park" series, which earned $29.2 million on its fourth week in theaters, according to box officer tracker Exhibitor Relations.
For decades, Grateful Dead fans have taped, debated and methodically noted the set lists for the legendary band's more than 2,300 concerts. A total of 71,000 people bought tickets to Sunday's show, breaking a record at 91-year-old Soldier Field, the home of the Chicago Bears and the oldest stadium in professional American football.
NME magazine, for decades Britain's authoritative voice on guitar music, announced Monday that it will be free of charge from September after circulation dropped below 15,000. Launched in 1952 as the New Musical Express, the £2.50 (3.5-euro, $3.9) weekly said it would be printing 300,000 copies to distribute in stations, universities and shops. Editor Mike Williams said he "couldn't be more excited" about the "next phase of our evolution".