It seems as if every day brings another allegation that further dismantles Bill Cosby's image as the jovial, pudding-loving patriarch whose family-friendly brand of comedy tickled successive generations.
Though the star has vehemently denied most of the accusations that he drugged and sexually assaulted young women seeking career guidance, the stories are taking their toll on his reputation and bankroll.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani believes the decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson was the right one.
"I'm going to tell you why: as a prosecutor, you couldn't have possibly won that case."
In the past two weeks, at least 15 women have come forward and accused comedian Bill Cosby of sexual assault or rape. Some of these women, like Kristina Ruehli, kept the assault a secret from their closest friends and family for decades. But now, she and others are speaking out. Ruehli sat down with CNN's Alisyn Camerota.
On social media, people are skeptical. Many have suggested the women are doing this for money or fame. Ruehli says otherwise.
"I don’t like to see these other women who had similar experiences called liars, and trashed in the media, when I know that I can speak for them."
The DREAMer President Barack Obama highlighted in his national address on immigration Thursday night said she felt "complete relief" when Obama laid out his plan to shield up to 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation and said she was surprised to hear him tell her story.
"It was completely unexpected. I didn't know that it was coming," Astrid Silva, an undocumented immigrant who came to the U.S. with her parents when she was four, said in an interview with CNN Friday.
Obama said Thursday that he will use his executive authority to focus immigration officials on "felons, not families. Criminals, not children."