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More women have come forward and accused Bill Cosby of sexual assault. This means Gloria Allred is representing 20 alleged victims altogether. (USA Today)
County clerk Kim Davis and the Pope met in D.C. Everyone else who doesn’t do their job is left to wonder when they’ll get to meet a famous person. (NPR)
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas announced he is no longer bound by his country’s agreements with Israel. This was after the U.N. raised the Palestinian flag in its New York headquarters. (New York Times)
A federal appeals court ruled that the NCAA doesn’t have to pay student athletes anything beyond college tuition costs. Athletes were claiming they deserved to be paid for their labor. (Deadspin)
It’s only October and L.L. Bean is already running out of duck boots. Your Instagram is about to be flooded. (Refinery29)
Jeb Bush isn't at all offended by the Washington Redskins’ name. "Native American tribes generally don't find it offensive," he says. Google disagrees. (Washington Post)
Indiana’s House Majority Leader resigned after an explicit video was sent out from his phone. He claims his phone was stolen in Canada. (Chicago Tribune)
Blake Lively’s lifestyle site, Preserve, is shutting down. She plans on relaunching with something "very simple" and "very direct." (Refinery29)
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