Kerry Washington Public Service Announcement on Domestic Violence
Allstate News wrote: Kerry Washington joins Allstate Foundation Purple Purse to raise awareness for domestic violence and the financial abuse that occurs in 98 percent of all cases. Help ensure domestic violence survivors aren't financially trapped in an abusive relationship at PurplePurse.com.
Bill Cosby sued supermodel Beverly Johnson of fabricating claims that the comedian drugged and tried to sexually assault her in the 1980s.
The lawsuit against Johnson is the first time the Bill Cosby has taken legal action against a woman who hasn't sued him first.
Cosby's lawsuit accuses Johnson of lying about an incident in which she says Cosby drugged her with a cappuccino in his New York home before letting her go after she angrily rebuked his advances. (Wochit)
Hillary Clinton Loses Patience with Greenpeace Activist Over Fossil Fuel Donations
At a Hillary Clinton rally at SUNY Purchase campus today, the presidential candidate lost her patience with a Greenpeace activist who thanked her for her commitment to climate change then asked her whether she'll reject fossil fuel money moving forward. (Greenpeace USA)
A man became belligerent as he tried to buy beer at a grocery store Wednesday morning, pulled out an 8-inch knife that he refused to drop and was shot to death by police on a busy Manhattan street, police officials said. (Associated Press)
A law-enforcement official told The Associated Press on Thursday that tests confirm music superstar Prince died of an opioid overdose. The 57-year-old singer was found dead April 21 at his Minneapolis-area estate. Investigators have been reviewing whether Prince died of an overdose and whether a doctor was prescribing him drugs in the weeks before his death. The legendary musician had been reportedly trying to check into drug abuse treatment, but couldn't get an appointment before he died.
Dallas Trauma Surgeons on Deadly Ambush, Moving Forward
Parkland Memorial Hospital is where seven wounded Dallas police officers were taken in last Thursday's ambush. Drs. Alexander Eastman and Brian Williams are trauma surgeons at the hospital who helped save lives. Eastman, who is also a lieutenant in the Dallas police department, and Williams join "CBS This Morning" from Dallas with an emotional reaction to the tragedy. (CBS This Morning)