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Bill Cosby will stay out of jail until his sentencing for aggravated assault. A 12-member jury in Norristown, Pennsylvania found Cosby guilty Thursday of three counts of aggravated indecent assault. The entertainer was accused by Andrea Constand of drugging and sexually assaulting her at his Philadelphia home in 2004.       North Korean leader Kim Jong Un calls for the beginning of a new history as the summit with South Korean President Moon Jai-in gets underway. Kim became the first North Korean leader since 1953 to step into the South when he crossed the demilitarized zone and shook hands with Moon. The Korean leaders are expected to discuss ending North Korea's nuclear program.        Mike Pompeo [[ pom-PAY-oh ]] is heading to the State Department. The Senate confirmed Pompeo as secretary of state Thursday on a vote of 57-42. President Trump tapped the CIA chief to replace fired Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. Several red state Democrats voted with Republicans for Pompeo.       Arizona teachers are expected to return to the State Capitol Friday to advocate for higher pay and increased investment in education. More than 50-thousand teachers and supporters marched over two miles to the Capitol in downtown Phoenix Thursday. It was the first day of a statewide walk-out. .       A new Pew Research survey suggests an overwhelming majority of Americans believe in some sort of higher power. The poll says 56-percent have faith in the God in the Bible while 33-percent of Americans believe in a spiritual force. Only ten-percent of the country is considered atheist.