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The Game of Thrones showrunners have been killing off characters with impunity for years … and for once they are apologizing for it.

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The Fall of Bill Cosby: Read PEOPLE's 2014 Cover Story

Originally posted 05/25/2016 04:10 PM

The Fall of Bill Cosby: Read PEOPLE's 2014 Cover Story

Andrea Constand was the first woman to come forward. In January 2005, the Temple University staffer alleged iconic comedian and TV dad Bill Cosby had drugged and sexually assaulted her.

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Erin Andrews DWTS Blog: 'We Had to Get Approval for How Much Skin We Were Showing with the Finale Dress'

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She saved the sexiest look of the season for last!

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Nearly a year after Frank Gifford is physically gone, he is still very much emotionally with his wife, Kathie Lee.

The Today host delivered a heartfelt speech for her late husband on Tuesday while accepting received a Gracie award for outstanding on-air talent.

Of their two children, Gifford said, "They are the greatest expression of the love that I shared for 29 years with the greatest man I've ever known, my husband Frank. Thanks. This is for you, honey. You make me laugh. God bless you all."

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Could Bill Cosby Go to Prison? A Legal Expert Weighs In on His Upcoming Trial

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Now that Bill Cosby is headed to trial for the alleged 2004 drugging and sexual assault of Andrea Constand, what is the likelihood he'll be found guilty?

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Patrick Dempsey says things are looking up for his relationship with wife Jillian.

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From homeless to $100 million! Steve Harvey opens up exclusively to PEOPLE about overcoming homelessness to build an entertainment empire. Subscribe now for an inside look at how he finally found happiness with the love of his life!

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Khloé Kardashian Feels Conflicted About Her Exes: 'If People Are Destructive to You Emotionally, That Still Doesn't Mean You Can't Love Them'

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Khloé Kardashian regularly dishes out relationship and dating advice on her website and app, and now she's ready to share her thoughts on getting over a breakup.

In a post shared Wednesday, which was a snippet clip from one of Kardashian's livestreams this week, the reality star gets candid about how she approaches moving on from an ex.

"I don't believe that there is a timeline for grieving or healing or getting over someone or something," she says. "I think that we all heal on our own time – some are faster than others, and I think some loves are really just harder to get over than others."

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