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The Top 100 Baby Names Of 2014, According To Nameberry

According to Nameberry, the most popular baby names for 2014 are Imogen for girls and Asher for boys. Nameberry's Top 100 list is based on the number of views each name attracted on the website, out of a total of nearly 50 million views in 2014.

But the biggest news is the huge influence of television and celebrities on names zooming up Nameberry’s popularity list. The "Game of Thrones"-inspired girls’ name Khaleesi ranks at Number 2, with Daenerys also in the Nameberry Top 100.

On the boys’ side, new names entering the Top 10 are Silas, popularized by "Weeds," along with Jasper, Milo and Ezra. The biggest leaps were the Jolie-Pitt-influenced Knox, up 60 places, followed by Archer and Ryker.

The three names climbing furthest up the Nameberry Top 100 for girls are Ellie, Cordelia and Maya; others include Adeline, plus four stylish L-names: Lucy, Lila, Louisa and Luna.

Names that made the biggest slides are emblematic of pop culture shifts. For girls, names losing popularity include Katniss from "The Hunger Games" along with popular celebrity baby choices Harper, Seraphina, and Everly. For boys, Flynn, of "Breaking Bad," dropped 67 places, followed by Christian of 50 Shades of Grey and Arlo of "Justified." Even George, as in 2013’s little prince, lost 36 spots.

Here are Nameberry's lists of the Top 100 baby names for girls and for boys in 2014:

Girls

1. Imogen
2. Khaleesi
3. Charlotte
4. Isla
5. Cora
6. Penelope
7. Violet
8. Amelia
9. Eleanor
10. Hazel
11. Claire
12. Adelaide
13. Adeline
14. Ivy
15. Lucy
16. Alice
17. Olivia
18. Evangeline
19. Genevieve
20. Maisie
21. Lila
22. Beatrice
23. Rose
24. Maeve
25. Scarlett
26. Ava
27. Aurora
28. Nora
29. Willa
30. Elizabeth
31. Eloise
32. Elodie
33. Caroline
34. Emma
35. Matilda
36. Clara
37. Grace
38. Cordelia
39. Clementine
40. Aurelia
41. Ellie
42. Poppy
43. Arabella
44. Elsa
45. Ella
46. Harlow
47. Harper
48. Iris
49. Seraphina
50. Katniss
51. Luna
52. Mila
53. Ruby
54. Aria
55. Sophia
56. Mae
57. Mia
58. Juliet
59. Eliza
60. Evelyn
61. Audrey
62. Josephine
63. Maya
64. Isabella
65. Emmeline
66. Emily
67. Stella
68. Chloe
69. Olive
70. Anna
71. Sadie
72. Wren
73. Louisa
74. Annabelle
75. Lily
76. Piper
77. Daenerys
78. Jane
79. Gemma
80. Lola
81. Esme
82. Margaret
83. Willow
84. Zara
85. Ada
86. Frances
87. Everly
88. Mabel
89. Lydia
90. Daisy
91. Pearl
92. Madeline
93. Phoebe
94. Delilah
95. Kinsley
96. Isabel
97. Georgia
98. Hannah
99. Abigail
100. Millie

Boys

1. Asher
2. Declan
3. Atticus
4. Oliver
5. Silas
6. Henry
7. Jasper
8. Finn
9. Milo
10. Ezra
11. Leo
12. Levi
13. Jude
14. Wyatt
15. Felix
16. Sebastian
17. Soren
18. Beckett
19. Miles
20. Theodore
21. Bodhi
22. Jack
23. Liam
24. Archer
25. Owen
26. Emmett
27. Ethan
28. William
29. Sawyer
30. Caleb
31. Benjamin
32. Oscar
33. Josiah
34. Julian
35. James
36. Andrew
37. Hudson
38. Knox
39. Hugo
40. Alexander
41. Zachary
42. Dashiell
43. Ryder
44. Ryker
45. Ronan
46. Lucas
47. Thomas
48. Elijah
49. Luke
50. Samuel
51. Callum
52. Noah
53. Arthur
54. Isaac
55. Jacob
56. Theo
57. Weston
58. Axel
59. Roman
60. Rhys
61. Everett
62. Zane
63. Grayson
64. Rowan
65. August
66. Kai
67. Harrison
68. Beau
69. Gabriel
70. Jackson
71. Griffin
72. Austin
73. Nolan
74. Xavier
75. Daniel
76. Nathaniel
77. Charles
78. Nash
79. Simon
80. Jonah
81. Holden
82. Micah
83. Flynn
84. John
85. Wesley
86. Christian
87. Elliot
88. Graham
89. Nathan
90. George
91. Nicholas
92. Lincoln
93. Cassius
94. Tristan
95. Gideon
96. Maxwell
97. Tobias
98. Lachlan
99. Arlo
100. Matthew



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Why Is Katie Couric Giving Stephen Collins a Forum to Defend Sexual Abuse?

When someone brings up the Church, Christ, and religion during an interview about inappropriately touching a young girl, then alarms should go off in the minds of all viewers.

Stephen Collins made the following statements to Katie Couric in their friendly discussion that masqueraded as an interview recently.

Smiling and in a good-natured manner, Couric asks the following question:

"Did you feel at times, that you were leading a double life in any way?"


Stephen Collins answers earnestly:

"I'm a flawed person," Collins said. "And in the church, it's actually one of the things I love about the church... it's really one of the main things about the Christian faith, is you know, Christ said in so many ways, 'bring me that ... which about you is broken, bring it,' and most people are broken in some way."


Did anyone ask about the Church?

Did anyone ask anything about the Christian faith or Christ?

George Orwell referenced the term "verbal refuse" when the English language is used to mask intent and hide the real meaning of discussion. Nothing says "verbal refuse" more than "I'm a flawed person." Everyone on the planet is flawed, Couric's reference to a double life was in regards to allegations of sexual abuse. Furthermore, people like Stephen Collins are the reason there's a growing atheist movement in America and around the world.

What does Jesus Christ have to do with Collins sexually abusing an underage girl?

To bring up religion, or an interpretation of Christianity that apparently equates "flawed" people with sexual abuse, is not only an egregious stretch of logic, but perhaps also the antithesis of what it means to be a Christian, or a practicing member of any religion. For the record, George Orwell describes this kind of verbal jujitsu by saying, "The great enemy of clear language is insincerity."

Collins goes on to state the following:

"Most people get to, or have to or choose to hide it. This came out. I didn't choose this to come out. I didn't want to have to deal with these things publicly."

"I had dealt with them very, very strongly, and committedly, in my private life, but I think, I'm a human being with flaws and I've done everything to address it," Collins told Couric.


What Collins did in a committed and strong manner, he for some reason doesn't explain, but that's another issue. The sympathetic, gushy, and almost tender manner that Couric asks these questions and engages in the dialogue also masks the heart of what's being discussed in the first place.

What is it, exactly, that most people get to hide, but what Collins (apparently courageously from Couric's mannerisms) is addressing without initially wanting to "deal with these things" in a public manner?

When Couric asks, this time in a less endearing manner, but still in a golly, gee whiz (here's the forum to explain why you're not a pedophile when you've just admitted to being one) manner, Collins responds:

According to Collins, the underage girl had come to visit and stay with him and his first wife, and after his wife had gone to sleep, he and the girl were watching TV together.

"And I took her hand and moved it in such a way that she was touching me inappropriately," he said. "I knew that something unthinkably wrong had just happened that I couldn't take back."


According to ET Online, there are allegations of more inappropriate contact with underage children.

To Collins, however, he doesn't fit the technical description of a pedophile:

"I'm absolutely not physically or sexually attracted to children."

"A pedophile is someone who is mainly or wholly attracted to children. I'm not. I had a distortion in my thinking where I acted out in those ways. But I'm absolutely not attracted, physically or sexually attracted to children. I'm just not."


Sexual abuse is now reduced to "a distortion in thinking." Couric doesn't hone in on that statement, nor does she in any way make Collins feel that he's just entered a murky realm where words hide true meaning. She just continues with the civil discussion.

Wonderful.

Thanks for helping muddy the waters of what pedophilia entails, Ms. Couric.

This is bad enough. Yes, the fact that he is a successful actor is the reason Couric even sat down with Collins in the first place. If she wanted to find a pedophile who's been on television she could have contacted the "stars" of To Catch a Predator. Ms. Couric completely enters a dangerous realm of almost aiding Collins in defending his actions by asking:

"If you're not a pedophile, then how would you describe your particular pathology?"


Collins then goes on to talk about being a person who gave in to "exhibitionistic urges" and laments about having "boundary issues."

So, sexual abuse is about boundary issues in 2014.

Interesting.

To the credit of Ms. Couric, the one time she truly confronts Collins is to bring up divorce court documents that state his ex-wife was told by a therapist the following:

...disclosed to me that Stephen has narcissistic personality disorder with sociopathic tendencies. I believe Stephen used his celebrity status to engender the trust of the families of the children he molested.


He denies this allegation and to be fair to Collins, this could be hearsay, at least in terms of the diagnosis. However, the warped manner he defends his actions might actually give legitimacy to such claims. What does religion have to do with his decision to place a girl's hand on the lower half of his body?

As for any other tough questions or tense interactions, you won't find any in this interaction between the fair and balanced Couric and the well-spoken, nicely dressed, and verbose Collins. It's one thing to admit guilt. It's another thing to bring up Jesus Christ, being flawed, and navigating earnestly around the issue of the tremendous pain and emotional suffering one has inflicted upon a child.

If anything, the notion of an afterlife has a place for people who sexually abuse underage women.

Would such deference be given to Jerry Sandusky? If not, do the differences between Sandusky and Collins warrant far more respect, and even at times a sort of gross reverence, towards Collins by Couric?

Of course there are differences between Jerry Sandusky and Stephen Collins, but why present the forum for allowing a man who openly admits to sexual misconduct to defend his actions?

Couric is a national presence. She doesn't need the money nor does she need the viewers; she's an incredibly talented journalist with a great presence on camera. However, a smartly dressed Stephen Collins defending his actions in the most marketable manner imaginable (complete with Jesus Christ reference and admission of flawed character) is deeply troubling. There's no doubt a good number of young people in this world, watching the Couric interview and wondering why she didn't ask tougher questions or present a more stern appearance, who would have benefited from a less scripted and media friendly interaction between Couric and Collins.

This doesn't mean Couric had to be the second coming of Morton Downy Jr. or Wally George, but fawning over a man accused of sexual abuse does a disservice to society.

I only hope the next time she interviews someone who admits to sexually abusing children that Couric views this person in the same light as Sarah Palin. Just look at her interview with Palin and you'll see a gritty, no-nonsense journalist intent on poking holes in the story of a potential VP. Granted, Palin didn't read much or know the definition of the Bush doctrine, but Couric was determined to prove a point, not create a cushiony landing for a train wreck.

Collins might be innocent of further sexual abuse allegations, but he's already on camera stating his role in one sexual abuse incident. It would have been nice for Coruic to acknowledge this fact through tough questions and some confrontation; not vapid questions and Hollywood soaked, network driven, and ratings fueled discussion of what it means to be a pedophile from an actor.

To simply disregard the Collins admission of sexually abusing an underage girl by asking soft and telegraphed questions almost wreaks of culpability in defending sexual abuse. Ratings aren't as important as the impact of an interview upon society. The more personalities like Couric give people a national forum to confuse definitions and show a nicer side to sexual abuse, then children throughout the country might suffer from the mixed signals of a media obsessed culture.

Being on 7th Heaven and other shows shouldn't mean getting the royal treatment of sexual abuse interviews, especially when the subject matter is critical to the lives of millions of young people in our country.
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Where You Can Watch ‘Team America: World Police’ Online

In the wake of Sony canceling its release plans for "The Interview," some theaters decided to screen "Team America: World Police" as an act of protest. But on Thursday, Paramount pulled "Team America" from being shown in public. Even "Game of Thrones" author George R.R. Martin was banned from screening the 2004 comedy. ("I guess I should contact our new North Korean masters to ask them what movies we will be allowed to show at the Cocteau," Martin wrote on his LiveJournal, referencing the theater he owns.)

But for those who want to watch "Team America" over the next few days, there is hope. The film, which focuses on the title do-gooders as they attempt to save the world from Kim Jong Il, is streaming now on Netflix. "Team America" is also available to rent or buy at Google Play, Amazon, iTunes, Vudu and Flickster, among other services.

All of which is to say ...

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5 Things We Learned at Nicki Minaj’s Revealing CRWN Q&A

Last night at New York venue Le Poisson Rouge, Elliott Wilson hosted the latest edition of CRWN, a rap version of Inside the Actors Studio, with Nicki Minaj as his guest. The conversation was pegged to the release of The Pinkprint, her latest LP, but the night quickly became a celebration of the local star's entire catalog, with fans rapping back verses – even obscure freestyles – at every segue. In between, Minaj spoke candidly about the state of Young Money, her position in the game and the making of the album. Here are five things we learned.

1. She didn't think "Bed of Lies" was going to be a single
The chorus was presented to Minaj early, around the time of a recent breakup, but the beat that producer Detail ("Drunk in Love," "Lookin' Ass") delivered wasn't up to snuff. She tried out multiple alternatives before deciding on the one from Kane Beatz.

2. She didn't know that Jay Z was going to be on "Monster"
Minaj said that Kanye West pushed her to go all the way on the career-defining track, but she didn't know how strong her competition was going to be until she had already spit her legendary bars. Minaj initially got nervous when she learned that Jigga had also contributed, but last night she was confident enough to even tell Wilson that if he thought this had been her first impressive verse, he hadn't been paying attention to her before it.

3. Irv Gotti told her to sign to Young Money
Minaj spent a lot of time talking about Deb Antney, her former representation and Waka Flocka Flame's mom and manager. The rapper said that she originally moved to Atlanta to work with Mama Flame and because there are better apartments and opportunities outside of New York. During the move, she remained in contact with both Lil Wayne and Murder Inc. boss Irv Gotti, and despite the fact that Gotti wanted to sign her, he encouraged her to become part of Wayne's Young Money.

4. She's worried her career will get in the way of motherhood
On Pinkprint opener "All Things Go," Minaj raps, "Life is a movie, but there'll never be a sequel/And I'm good with that, as long as I'm peaceful/As long as seven years from now, I'm taking my daughter to preschool." During the Q&A, Minaj expressed fear that she would not have a child, citing Janet Jackson as an example of a successful singer who never gave birth.

5. She didn't know Lil Wayne was so unhappy with Cash Money
Wilson doesn't usually get too deep with CRWN subjects, but he was sure to ask about Wayne's recent Twitter admission that a feud with his label, Cash Money, is keeping Tha Carter V in purgatory. Minaj said she knew that Wayne was frustrated but didn't know how mad he actually was until she read those tweets. She thinks there must be other things bubbling between Wayne and bosses Birdman and Ronald "Slim" Williams but said that Young Money/Cash Money is a dysfunctional family because there's a "thin line between genius and crazy."

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Sony Hacking Fallout Explodes As Theaters Cancel ‘The Interview’ Showings

NEW YORK (AP) — Threats of violence against movie theaters. The New York premiere of "The Interview" canceled. Leaks of thousands more private emails. Lawsuits by former employees that could cost tens of millions in damages.

The fallout from the Sony Pictures Entertainment hack that began four weeks ago exploded Tuesday after the shadowy group calling themselves Guardians of Peace escalated their attack beyond corporate espionage and threatened moviegoers with violence reminiscent of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. The Department of Homeland Security said there was "no credible intelligence to indicate an active plot against movie theaters," but noted it was still analyzing messages from the group, dubbed GOP. The warning did prompt law enforcement in New York and Los Angeles to address measures to ramp up security.

Those security fears spurred Sony to allow theater chains to cancel showings of the Seth Rogen and James Franco comedy "The Interview," that has been a focus of the hackers' mission to bring down Sony.

A spokesperson for Landmark Sunshine cinemas said the New York premiere of "The Interview," scheduled for Thursday night, has been canceled. Carmike Cinemas, which operates 247 theaters across the country, was the first to cancel its planned showings of the film, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

GOP also released a trove of data files including 32,000 emails to and from Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton in what it called the beginning of a "Christmas gift."

And two former Sony film production workers filed lawsuits alleging the Culver City, California company waited too long to notify nearly 50,000 employees that data such as Social Security numbers, salaries and medical records had been stolen.

The filing follows another lawsuit this week from two other former Sony employees accusing the studio of being negligent by not bolstering its defenses against hackers before the attack. It claims emails and other leaked information show that Sony's information-technology department and its top lawyer believed its security system was vulnerable to attack, but that company did not act on those warnings. Sony potentially faces tens of millions of dollars in damages from a class-action lawsuit, said Jonathan Handel, an entertainment law professor at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law.

In "The Interview," Rogen and Franco star as television journalists involved in a CIA plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Speculation about a North Korean link to the Sony hacking has centered on that country's angry denunciation of the film. Over the summer, North Korea warned that the film's release would be an "act of war that we will never tolerate." It said the U.S. will face "merciless" retaliation.

The film was slated to hit theaters nationwide on Christmas Day. It premiered in Los Angeles last week.

But on Tuesday, Rogen and Franco pulled out of all media appearances, canceling a Buzzfeed Q&A and Rogen's planned guest spot Thursday on "Late Night With Seth Meyers." A representative for Rogen said he had no comment. A spokeswoman for Franco didn't respond to queries Tuesday.

The FBI said it is aware of the GOP's threats and "continues to work collaboratively with our partners to investigate this matter." FBI director James Comey last week said that investigators are still trying to determine who is responsible for the hack.

Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck said his department takes the hackers' threats "very seriously" and will be taking extra precautions during the holidays at theaters. The National Association of Theatre Owners had no comment on the developing situation. Neither Sony nor representatives from individual theater chains, including Carmike, responded to requests for comment.

Since the hack surfaced late last month, everything from financial figures to salacious emails between top Sony executives has been dumped online.

The nearly 32,000 emails to and from Sony Pictures Entertainment CEO Lynton leaked Tuesday include information about casting decisions and total costs for upcoming films, release schedules for Sony films through 2018 and corporate financial records, such as royalties from iTunes, Spotify and Pandora music services. They include information about new electronics devices such as DVD players and cellphones. They also include budget figures for the Motion Picture Association of America, of which Sony is a member, and at least one email about a senior Sony executive who left the company. The emails also include banal messages about public appearances, tennis matches, home repairs, dinner invitations and business introductions.

In their warning Tuesday, the hackers suggested Sony employees make contact via several disposable email addresses ending in yopmail.com. Frenchman Frederic Leroy, who started up the yopmail site in 2004, was surprised to learn the Sony hackers were using yopmail addresses. He said there was no way he could identify the users.

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Associated Press writers Eric Tucker in Washington, D.C., Lindsey Bahr in Los Angeles, Jake Coyle and Tom Hays in New York and Elaine Ganley in Paris contributed to this report.
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Model Chloe Goins Says Bill Cosby Drugged Her And Licked Her Toes In 2008

Another woman has come forward with claims against Bill Cosby.

Chloe Goins, a 24-year-old model and dancer, told The Daily Mail that she attended a party with a friend at Hugh Hefner's Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles in 2008, when she was 18 years old. Goins says that Cosby drugged and then led her into a bedroom where she later woke up, completely naked and in a daze, to find the comedian masturbating while licking and biting her toes.

In the last six months, more than 20 women have come forward accusing Cosby of sexually assaulting them over the course of five decades. However, Goins' accusation against Cosby is the first that could fall within the statue of limitations for criminal charges. Goins' lawyer told The Daily Mail that Goins wants justice for Cosby's actions against her and the other women who have spoken out, and is planning to press charges soon.

Goins stressed to The Daily Mail that she doesn't believe she was "raped or molested," but she did feel "very violated and humiliated."

As Gawker's Gabrielle Bluestone pointed out, the statute of limitations changes depending on the charge:
Although California allows prosecutors ten years to file rape charges, the lesser offense of sexual battery has a six-year statute of limitations, which might have already run. Goins, who has not yet filed a police report, said through her attorney that she plans to meet with LAPD detectives to give a statement this week.


The Huffington Post reached out to Cosby's attorney for comment on Goins' claims, but had not received a response at the time of publication.

According to Goins, Hefner -- a longtime friend of Cosby who has recently distanced himself from the comedian -- introduced Goins and her friend to Cosby once they arrived at the party.

Goins says that she and her friend were talking to Cosby and he seemed, "like a really nice guy, really funny." During their conversation, Cosby allegedly left and came back with drinks. "I wasn't really supposed to drink because of my age but I was like, 'O.K., cool'," Goins told The Daily Mail. "I thought I'd got a drink on the side. I remember the drink being kind of strong but it didn't taste funny or anything like that... Someone spiked my drink, I have no doubt about that, it was my first drink of the night."

After a few minutes, she says "everything kind of went a little foggy, I started feeling sick to my stomach, and just dizzy." Goins claims Hefner noticed she looked sick and offered her a bedroom to lie down in. She says Cosby then offered to show her to the room.

Goins told The Daily Mail the next thing she remembers is waking up completely naked on a bed. "I was butt naked lying on my back on a bed and didn't have any idea where I was," she said. "I came to and remember seeing this big man crouched over me. It was Bill Cosby and he was at my feet, kind of licking and kissing them and I think he bit my toe as that's what woke me up. I kind of thank God for that because that's what woke me up and I came to."

Once Cosby realized Goins was awake, she says he jumped up, pulled up his pants and left the room immediately. She believes Cosby had been groping her body and licking her breasts. "I remember waking up and feeling moist all over, like he had been licking all over me. He wasn't on my breasts when I woke, but I could feel, you know, the saliva on them and that he'd been licking on me," she told The Daily Mail.

"Bill Cosby was on TV and had a family man image, I thought to hurt that, he would come after me, try to ruin me," she said. "This isn't something I really wanted out there about myself, but I saw all the women who had come forward, over 20 women and it grossed me out. I feel he needs to pay for it, he deserves to pay for it."

Head over to The Daily Mail to read Goins' entire story.

Below is the list of women who have come forward with allegations about Cosby, dated to the time that the allegations were made public.
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Model Chloe Goins Says Bill Cosby Drugged Her And Licked Her Toes In 2008

Another woman has come forward with claims against Bill Cosby.

Chloe Goins, a 24-year-old model and dancer, told The Daily Mail that she attended a party with a friend at Hugh Hefner's Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles in 2008, when she was 18 years old. Goins says that Cosby drugged and then led her into a bedroom where she later woke up, completely naked and in a daze, to find the comedian masturbating while licking and biting her toes.

In the last six months, more than 20 women have come forward accusing Cosby of sexually assaulting them over the course of five decades. However, Goins' accusation against Cosby is the first that could fall within the statute of limitations for criminal charges. Goins' lawyer told The Daily Mail that Goins wants justice for Cosby's actions against her and the other women who have spoken out, and is planning to press charges soon.

Goins stressed to The Daily Mail that she doesn't believe she was "raped or molested," but she did feel "very violated and humiliated."

As Gawker's Gabrielle Bluestone pointed out, the statute of limitations changes depending on the charge:
Although California allows prosecutors ten years to file rape charges, the lesser offense of sexual battery has a six-year statute of limitations, which might have already run. Goins, who has not yet filed a police report, said through her attorney that she plans to meet with LAPD detectives to give a statement this week.


The Huffington Post reached out to Cosby's attorney for comment on Goins' claims, but had not received a response at the time of publication.

According to Goins, Hefner -- a longtime friend of Cosby who has recently distanced himself from the comedian -- introduced Goins and her friend to Cosby once they arrived at the party.

Goins says that she and her friend were talking to Cosby and he seemed, "like a really nice guy, really funny." During their conversation, Cosby allegedly left and came back with drinks. "I wasn't really supposed to drink because of my age but I was like, 'O.K., cool'," Goins told The Daily Mail. "I thought I'd got a drink on the side. I remember the drink being kind of strong but it didn't taste funny or anything like that... Someone spiked my drink, I have no doubt about that, it was my first drink of the night."

After a few minutes, she says "everything kind of went a little foggy, I started feeling sick to my stomach, and just dizzy." Goins claims Hefner noticed she looked sick and offered her a bedroom to lie down in. She says Cosby then offered to show her to the room.

Goins told The Daily Mail the next thing she remembers is waking up completely naked on a bed. "I was butt naked lying on my back on a bed and didn't have any idea where I was," she said. "I came to and remember seeing this big man crouched over me. It was Bill Cosby and he was at my feet, kind of licking and kissing them and I think he bit my toe as that's what woke me up. I kind of thank God for that because that's what woke me up and I came to."

Once Cosby realized Goins was awake, she says he jumped up, pulled up his pants and left the room immediately. She believes Cosby had been groping her body and licking her breasts. "I remember waking up and feeling moist all over, like he had been licking all over me. He wasn't on my breasts when I woke, but I could feel, you know, the saliva on them and that he'd been licking on me," she told The Daily Mail.

"Bill Cosby was on TV and had a family man image, I thought to hurt that, he would come after me, try to ruin me," she said. "This isn't something I really wanted out there about myself, but I saw all the women who had come forward, over 20 women and it grossed me out. I feel he needs to pay for it, he deserves to pay for it."

Head over to The Daily Mail to read Goins' entire story.

Below is the list of women who have come forward with allegations about Cosby, dated to the time that the allegations were made public.
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The 23 Best Songs Of 2014

23. "No Black Person Is Ugly" by Lil B



Lil B has always managed to acquire some of the best beats in hip-hop, but it is #rare that the rawest rapper alive's unfiltered stream of consciousness permits him to really focus in on his flow and subject matter. "No Black Person Is Ugly" is Lil B's most purposeful and uplifting song, carefully delivering nuggets of truth like, "Never been racist so I understand if you wanted / Try to change places / I've seen the other side and I know that's amazin' / Life is amazin'." #TYBG. -- Ryan Kristobak

22. "Take Me Away" by Bleachers ft. Grimes



Short and sweet, "Take Me Away" is bizarre: A synth-heavy freak pop song fueled by Jack Antonoff's and Grimes' mismatching styles. Antonoff's an unabashed fan of grandiose hooks and Grimes has mastered dark, ADD-style electronica. The combined effect makes this song, off Bleachers' first album "Strange Desire," sound like something so comfortable and otherworldly all at once. -- Jessica Goodman

21. "Stolen Dance" by Milky Chance



German duo Milky Chance came out of nowhere, but the infectious combination of minimal electronic beats and indie strums in “Stolen Dance” provide the perfect closing number for any night out celebrating life with friends. -- RK

20. "Yayo" by Snootie Wild



Sometimes “bad” rap songs are just the best. Snootie Wild’s “Yayo” says very little, but when he rhymes “burritos” with “torpedo,” it’s hard not to love it for what it is: a turn-up anthem. -- RK

19. “Trap Queen” by Fetty Wap



Fetty Wap, the New Jersey-based artist whose over-the-top “Trap Queen” clocked in some serious internet time this summer, had a no-nonsense debut. His four-minute after-hours party mixes melody rap with, yes, trap to leave you screaming one message at 4 a.m.: “I’m like hey wassup hello!” -- JG

18. "Down On My Luck" by Vic Mensa



Even in his relatively brief discography, Vic Mensa has proven his ability to flow overtop a wide variety of genres infused with hip-hop. “Down On My Luck” furthers that trend with some dance-floor-ready action. Spitting dizzying stabs that circle around a four-on-the-floor beat, the young MC’s mesmerizing cut proves that he is one of Chicago's, and hip-hop’s, best kept secrets (but for only a little while longer). -- RK

17. “Gunshot” by Lykke Li



On the surface, “Gunshot” is the peppiest track off Lykke Li’s heartbreak-addled album, but violent lines like, “I’m longing for your poison like a cancer for its prey/ I shot an arrow in your heart where you waited in the rain" make it the soundtrack to a revenge plan we’d never actually have the guts to execute. -- JG

16. “Octahate” by Ryn Weaver



Ryn Weaver made her own little dent in the Internet in June, when she uploaded “Octahate,” produced by Benny Blanco and Passion Pit’s Michael Angelakos, to Soundcloud. It gained 1 million listens in two weeks and became one of the most talked about tracks of the year. Weaver’s voice is subtle and imperfect, catching delicate lyrics and sharp house beats to make something so new seem so familiar. -- JG

15. "We Dem Boyz" by Wiz Khalifa



Few songs can rile an entire bar with a single chord, but “We Dem Boyz” became a war cry for, well, boys who go bananas. Now it’s got a Grammy nomination, inspires Karen Gillan to dance with John Cho and has, like, eight Red Bulls worth of energy. -- JG

14. “Steal My Girl” by One Direction



One Direction’s greatest new track -- on an album of straight-up surprise hits -- starts as a power ballad, hell bent on waxing poetic over “my girl.” Everyone wants to steal her! There are a couple billion in the whole wide world! Find another one! If we can forget for just a second that they sing about women “belonging” to men, it’s really the only song to sing at karaoke. -- JG

13. “True Love” by Tobias Jesso Jr.



It’s not included on Tobias Jesso Jr.’s full album, "Goon," due out next March, but, wow, “True Love” is so sad and simple. It’s like looking at your eighth grade diary and actually relating. Jesso Jr. has written what, on the surface, seems like the year’s easiest track, but, let's face it, we could never build silence into lyrics like, “Everyday just trying to get by/ No time to cry, no he can't afford to/ And she waits through everything/ Anything for you.” Nope, not if our betrothed’s life depended on it. -- JG

12. "Waking Light" by Beck



“Waking Light” is the sum of all of Beck’s “Morning Phase”: it has piano, strings, guitar and soaring vocals. The final note of Beck’s dream, the last minutes of night, the haze is finally broken with a closing guitar solo — after seven or eight years away from his guitar do to a spinal injury, this is a particularly powerful ending. It is with hope that Beck sings, “When the memory leaves you / Somewhere you can’t make it home / When the morning comes to meet you / Fill your eyes with waking light.” Beck is ready to embrace the new day, are you? -- RK

11. "Stay With Me" by Sam Smith ft. Mary J. Blige



Sam Smith’s “In The Lonely Hour” was a very sad album, and nothing hit deeper than Smith’s desperation for human contact in “Stay with Me.” The search for love isn’t always easy, and sometimes it just sucks, and when that story is told by the harmonies of Smith and Mary J. Blige, you’re going to shed a few tears even if you’re loved one is sitting right next to you. -- RK

10. "i" by Kendrick Lamar



All ears have been to the ground since murmurs of Kendrick’s follow-up to “Good Kid, m.A.A.d. City” legitimately took form. While many were disappointed with the mainstream appeal of “i,” Kendrick brought out a classic soul sample to match his call to action. “I love myself” is a message that couldn’t have come at a more important time for black youth, and all those marginalized by the unjust powers that be. “I” proves that Kendrick is ready to change the world. -- RK

9. "Chandelier" by Sia



Sia has written for many of pop’s biggest stars, but “Chandelier” finally gives her the opportunity shine like she deserves. A semi-insight into her own life examining the dangers of unchecked drinking and partying, there is a certain intensity to Sia that sets her apart from her many peers. “Chandelier” also features one of the most intriguing vocal progressions of the year in its chorus, a line that will be stuck in our head for years to come. -- RK

8. “Can’t Do Without You” by Caribou



The first single from Caribou’s sixth album is a postponed present. Ninety seconds in, the entire song morphs from a slow beating ballad into a psychedelic dance track before transforming again into a completely elated, thrashing surprise. -- JG

7. "Never Catch Me" by Flying Lotus ft. Kendrick Lamar



Beside Kendrick Lamar proving that he is capable of surfing the most un-rappable of beats, “Never Catch Me” is one of the most electrifying instrumentals of 2014. The song opens with a jazzy groove as Lamar calmly croons “I can see the darkness in me and it’s quite amazing / Life and death is no mystery and I wanna taste it.” Then, with little warning, the song breaks into a light-speed, laser-filled bass solo that has listener’s asking, “Did I eat mushrooms earlier?" -- RK

6. "Turn Down For What" by DJ Snake and Lil Jon



Make way for the song of the year. Though it came out last December, Lil Jon and DJ Snake's masterpiece became the anthem to frat parties, club life, your office's holiday party and, uh, the internet. In a horrible year for news, "Turn Down For What" was the song we needed to collectively say, "Ughhhhhhh." -- JG

5. "17 New Years" by Polyenso



Polyenso might be the most promising rising act in music today. “17 New Years” is nothing short of a perfect blend of R&B, indie and pop, and its chorus has listener’s singing along before they finish their first play through. Feeling as refreshing as it does familiar, “17 New Years” proves that, even at such a young age, Polyenso wants to consistently experiment and take risks. But more importantly it proves that their evolution is on the right course. -- RK

4. "0 to 100/The Catch Up" by Drake



Very few phrases were uttered as often as “Zero to one hundred, real quick” was in 2014. Even without releasing an album, Drake managed to come out on top of hip-hop in 2014, and “0 to 100” shows him at his best. Mixing boasts like Stephen Curry comparisons in his ever-growing tone of confidence with self-examinations like “know yourself, know your worth.” And to top it all off, the song’s beat is so hot, that Diddy was willing to fight months after its release. -- RK

3. “Tuesday” by ILoveMakonnen Ft. Drake



Has there ever been a song that made you love a random weekday this much? Of course not, but there’s more to Makonnen than this breakout song about getting effed up on a Tuesday. The Atlanta-based rapper rose to fame and earned a Grammy nod within six months, and this isn’t even the best track on his EP, "I Love Makonnen." The club went up and Makonnen’s still rising. -- JG

2. “Two Weeks” by FKA Twigs



The first single from Twigs' stellar debut album, "LP1," "Two Weeks" is a perfect combination of sexy and weird. No one else has brought us lyrics like this -- "Feel your body closin', I can rip it open/ Suck me up, I'm healin' for the shit you're dealin'" -- with a beat that makes us wish we could dance like the star delivering its message. She's made her self vulnerable, and we're grateful. -- JG

1. "Close Your Eyes (And Count To Fuck)" by Run The Jewels


Run The Jewels is at its most merciless on “Close Your Eyes (And Count To Fuck),” leaving no chambers unloaded on the corrupt politicians, manipulative clergy, prison profiteers, money-sucking corporations. Trading vicious line after line, Killer Mike and El-P demonstrate in full that no one is as lyrically adroit and pissed off as them, while Zach De La Rocha provides his most blazing verse in recent years, closing out the track with an unmistakable declaration of war, “The only thing that close quicker than our caskets be the factories." Run The Jewels has had enough of these “dog-fuck political agendas,” and with a “grin and a gun,” they are ready to give the “slavers of men and women” in this world a hearty serving of their “anarchist’s cookbook." -- RK

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14 Baby Names Ripped From The Headlines In 2014

The most notable names of 2014 come from famous figures in a variety of fields including entertainment, sports and the fine arts.

Our picks for the 14 names most emblematic of the events of 2014 -- along with their related runner-ups -- are:

Ansel, runner-up Ellar

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Young Ansel Elgort hit the daily double this year via leading roles as Caleb Prior in "Divergent" and Augustus (Gus) Waters in "The Fault in Our Stars." His father being a photographer, it’s a no-brainer that his name was inspired by the iconic Ansel Adams.

Runner-up: Ellar Coltrane, the boy in "Boyhood," who was filmed over a 12-year period, starting at six. His jazzy surname is actually his middle, Ellar’s dad being -- surprise, surprise -- a musician.

Azalea, runner-up Ariana

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With singer Iggy Azalea, forget Iggy -- Azalea is one of the fastest climbing flower names -- it came on the list in 2012 and jumped 269 places last year. (We do wonder why she dropped her gorgeous birth name of Amethyst Amelia.)

Runner-up: Ariana Grande: Another hot young singer bears an even more popular, if less distinctive, name -- Ariana has been in the Top 100 since 2001 and is now at #54.

Daenerys , runner-up Emilia

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Daenerys Targaryen is the silvery-haired, purple-eyed character in the megapopular "Game of Thrones." Invented by author George R. R. Martin, Daenerys ranks a surprising Number 77 on Nameberry -- though it’s nowhere near as prevalent as GOT name Arya.

Runner-up: Emilia Clarke is the British-born beauty who embodies Daenerys. This delicate Latinate form of Emily is growing in popularity -- it’s Number 208 in the US, 13 in Scotland.

Dinah, runner-up Minnie

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The biblical Dinah is the protagonist of the best-selling Anita Diamant novel, The Red Tent, now a TV miniseries. Perhaps this will help popularize this lovely but neglected Old Testament name, which hasn’t been on the popularity list since the mid-sixties.

Runner-up: Minnie Driver (born Amelia) plays Dinah’s biblical mother, Leah, in "The Red Tent." Minnie is one of the lovable old turn-of-the-last-century (when it was as high as Number 5!) nickname names that are beginning to regain their trendy feel.

Fitzgerald, runner-up Huck

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The creators of TV hit show "Scandal" have been particularly creative character namers as well. President Fitzgerald Grant, known as Fitz, is a good example of a perfect, on-trend name, as parents are starting consider names like Fitzwilliam and Fitzgerald.

Runner-up: "Scandal" co-character Huck is another good example of their knack. More than a century after the publication of Huckleberry Finn, Huckleberry/Huck has been a surprising overnight success, already chosen by a couple of celebs.

Jimmy, runner-up Jimmy

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In late-night TV, 2014 was the year of the Jimmys, as the sons of James Fallon and James Kimmel vied for audiences following the 11 pm news. Both inherited the name James -- the Number 13 classic -- at birth, but have always been called Jimmy—one of those retro nicknames suddenly sounding almost fresh again.

Kendall, runner-up Ireland

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Nineteen-year-old Kendall Jenner has stepped out of the Kardashian family circle to become one of the top young models on the runway. The name Kendall was first propelled to popularity by a soap character played by Sarah Michelle Gellar, reaching its highest point in 2012, at Number 116.

Runner-up Ireland Baldwin is another high-profile model from a high-profile family, as the daughter of Kim Basinger and Alec Baldwin, who said that place names were a family tradition. It took a while, but Ireland was one of the fastest-rising names of 2013, climbing 216 places.

Lolo, runner-up Justine

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Lolo Jones is an Olympic athlete, competing in both track and field and bobsled. She represented the U.S. at the 2014 Winter Olympics in the latter, making her one of the few athletes who have competed in both the Summer and Winter Olympic games. She was born Lori, but we’re loving the nickname her mother gave her when she was little.

Runner-up: Montreal-born Justine Dufour-Lapointe is one of three competitive skiing sisters. Justine finished first in the Moguls event at Sochi this year, making her the youngest freestyle skiing champion ever at the Winter Games. Justine is an elegant French name with literary cred that has never reached the US popularity that twin brother Justin has.

Lupita, runner-up Solomon

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Lupita Nyong’o not only won a Supporting Role Oscar for her superb performance in "12 Years a Slave" but electrified the world with her intelligence, charm, and beauty, becoming an instant fashion icon. Lupita is a Spanish diminutive of Guadalupe, and the actress will surely inspire some baby-namers to use it.

Runner-up: Solomon Northup’s slave-narrative memoir, published in 1853, was the inspiration for the powerful movie 12 Years a Slave 160 years later. The Old Testament name Solomon, which means peace and evokes wisdom, is on the rise, at Number 424 in the US, 272 on Nameberry.

Madison, runner-up Jeter

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Madison Bumgarner had a fantastic year, leading the San Francisco Giants to a World Series victory and being named Sports Illustrated’s Sportsman of the Year. And he also showed that boys can still be Madisons too.

Runner-up: As Bumgarner rose, 2014 saw the end of the illustrious career of Derek Jeter, five-time World Series champion. The name Derek is old news, but a surprising number of parents have begun using Jeter in his honor.

Matisse, runner-up Calder

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One of the most talked-about art exhibitions of the year was New York’s MOMA show of Henri Matisse’s brilliantly colorful late-life cutouts. Parents have been scanning art catalogues for name inspiration, already using Turner and Hopper, Monet and Manet … so Matisse could be next, especially as a middle.

Runner-up: On the West Coast, there was a massive exhibition of the sculptures -- both mobile and stabile -- of Alexander Calder. Calder makes another interesting choice for art-loving families. Also in the art news this year Bowie, at the New Museum, and Keane, the artists portrayed in Big Eyes.

Monroe, runner up Marlow

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Mariah Carey named her twin daughter Monroe, honoring idol Marilyn, in 2011, but it wasn’t till this year that this middle-aged man’s name took off for baby girls, chosen for several other celebs as both a first and a middle.

Runner-up: Marlow/Marlowe was another hot M-name for girls, chosen by celebs Jason Schwartzman, Sienna Miller and Nathan Followill. Jenny von Oy doubled the pleasure by naming her daughter Marlowe Monroe.

Pharrell, runner up Bruno

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Pharrell Williams made everybody happy at the end of 2013 and into this year with his “Happy” song that became one of the best-selling singles of all time. He might well have been named to honor his father, Pharaoh.

Runner-up: Bruno Mars, born Peter but nicknamed Bruno as a child, performed last year at the most watched Super Bowl halftime show in history and won the Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album of the year.

Shonda, runner-up Jenji

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Named one of TIME magazine’s 100 people who shaped the world, Shonda Rhimes has been the executive behind hit after hit TV show -- from "Grey’s Anatomy" to "Scandal" to "How to Get Away with Murder." The name Shonda had its moment of popularity in the early 70s, just around the time of Rhimes’s birth.

Runner-up: Jenji Kohan is the creator of one of the year’s other big hit shows, the groundbreaking "Orange is the New Black." Her name is an interesting, creative variation of all the other Jen-names.



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