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Breaking Down the Stanford Rape Case: Everything You Need to Know

10 June 2016 2:50 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Over the past week, the Stanford rape case has opened up conversation about sexual assault – and its prosecution and punishment – around the world. Here are the details of the controversial case: The AssaultOn the evening of January 17, 2015, a University of California, Santa Barbara graduate attended a frat party at Stanford University with her younger sister. In a 12-page letter that she read in court, she said she "drank liquor too fast, not factoring in that my tolerance had significantly lowered since college," and also said she blacked out. According to a police incident report obtained by People, deputies responded to »

- Diana Pearl, @dianapearl_

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Breaking Down the Stanford Rape Case: Everything You Need to Know

10 June 2016 2:50 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

Over the past week, the Stanford rape case has opened up conversation about sexual assault – and its prosecution and punishment – around the world. Here are the details of the controversial case: The AssaultOn the evening of January 17, 2015, a University of California, Santa Barbara graduate attended a frat party at Stanford University with her younger sister. In a 12-page letter that she read in court, she said she "drank liquor too fast, not factoring in that my tolerance had significantly lowered since college," and also said she blacked out. According to a police incident report obtained by People, deputies responded to »

- Diana Pearl, @dianapearl_

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Robert Horton, ‘Wagon Train’ Actor, Dies at 91

15 March 2016 12:43 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Robert Horton, known for his role as scout Flint McCullough in the Emmy-nominated series “Wagon Train,” died March 9 in Los Angeles, his niece Joan Evans told the New York Times. He was 91.

He landed his breakout role starring as McCullough in the hit Western series “Wagon Train” for five seasons, exiting the show in 1962. Around the time he left “Wagon Train”– which accumulated seven Primetime Emmy nominations throughout the duration of its eight-season run — the show switched networks, transitioning from NBC to ABC.

Soon after departing from “Wagon Train,” Horton starred in the one-season Western series “A Man Called Shenandoah,” for which he also sang the theme song. Other key TV roles include guest spots on “Murder, She Wrote,” “As the World Turns,” “Alfred Hitchcock Presents,” “Public Defender” and “The Lone Ranger.”

Horton also performed on Broadway and pursued a singing career. In 1963 he starred as rainmaker Bill Starbuck in »

- Alyssa Sage

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