Bill Cosby

Following his sex assault conviction being overturned earlier this summer, Bill Cosby is now hoping to get back to his old life with new projects, including a potential return to television if he has his way.

With his recently overturned conviction behind him, Bill Cosby's next legal battle is just weeks away. His lawyer called accuser Judy Huth's civil lawsuit "45-year-old allegations" and had some choice words for her attorney Gloria Allred.

The one-time “America’s Dad” is out of prison, but that is not stopping him from speaking out through social media and a spokesperson on things that anger him. Bill Cosby, 83, is now coming to the defense of his ‘Cosby Show’ and ‘Cosby’ co-star Phylicia Rashad after put out a tweet celebrating Cosby’s release. “FINALLY!!!! […]

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.

As disgraced comedian Bill Cosby has his conviction for sexual assault vacated by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, take a look back at his life in photos.

Twitter users demanded an explanation from Phylicia Rashad after she tweeted "a miscarriage of justice is corrected" following Bill Cosby's release from prison and overturned conviction for sexual assault.

If you thought Bill Cosby's overturned conviction and release from prison on Wednesday was a surprise, imagine how the dozens of women who accused him of drugging and assaulting them were feeling.

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.

The guy who was once on a hot streak with characters like “Fat Albert” and “Dr. Heathcliff Huxtable” will not be getting out of prison anytime soon. Bill Cosby’s petition for release was recently denied, according to a report from TMZ. This came during a hearing with the Pennsylvania Parole Board sometime in May. From […]

Officials with the University of Maryland, College Park, have recommended revoking Bill Cosby’s honorary degree after the comedian’s sexual assault conviction.