A.M. Links: Obama Plans More Executive Action on Immigration, Bill Cosby Forced to Testify, Scott Walker Says U.S. 'Should Not Be the World's Policeman'
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- Bill Cosby will be forced to testify under oath as part of an unfolding sexual assault civil suit filed against him.
- Are Republicans becoming friendlier towards the idea of easing restrictions on marijuana?
- Scott Walker: The United States "should not be the world's policeman."
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