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The final chapter of Bill Cosby's public life is far from the most important spectacle we are witnessing, but it may be the saddest.This may be the only chance, in a criminal court, to hold the 79-year-old Cosby accountable for dozens of alleged sexual assaults.Cosby, a black man, co-starred and shared equal billing with Robert Culp in a series whose improbable premise – the tennis circuit as a setting for espionage – did not detract from the show's social impact.It didn't matter that Culp played the tennis pro and Cosby played his trainer. Cosby's character was an equal partner in the duo's exploits; he was smarter, just as brave, and possessed of great dignity. Cosby was also known in my family's household as the greatest stand-up comedian of his time. Unlike other top black comics, such as Redd Foxx and Moms Mabley, Cosby never worked blue and never spoke in stereotypical dialect. I've met Cosby a couple of times.Cosby was the headliner.
Pelosi will show Trump he’s not the only one with power
The Trump administration
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The table is set for Democrats
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