Bill Cosby

Phylicia Rashad issued a second apology Friday, this time directing her statement to Howard University students and alumni after tweeting an eye-brow-raising response to Bill Cosby's overturned conviction.

Over the holiday Bill Cosby released an incoherent message regarding the backlash against Phylicia Rashad, while also admonishing the mainstream media over the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol.

Cosby and his wife Camille have conferenced with their lawyers and are possibly weighing the option to file a lawsuit against Montgomery County, the county in Pennsylvania where he stood trial.

'Cosby Show' star Phylicia Rashad is facing tough opposition in her latest gig as dean of the  Howard University College of Arts after she tweeted support for her former TV husband Bill Cosby in a now-deleted social media post.

As wild as it may sound, Bill Cosby may actually have the Trump Administration to thank for his sexual assault conviction being overturned and the resulting release from prison.

Cosby was sentenced in 2018 of sexual assault and sentenced to serve three to 10 years behind bars.

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court heard arguments while reviewing Bill Cosby's sexual assault case as his lawyers worked to have his conviction overturned.

The disgraced entertainer received both criticism and sympathy after a recent prison photo was shared publicly.

In a new interview, the wife of beleaguered comedian and entertainer Bill Cosby broke her silence and shared that she's on board with an upcoming appeal for her husband's sexual assault conviction.

Bill Cosby's appeal of his 2018 conviction for sexual assault has been accepted by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.