Oct. 16: During a show at the Trocadero Theatre in Center City, comedian Hannibal Buress calls Bill Cosby "a rapist." A video of the performance is widely viewed online.
Oct. 30: A Cosby appearance on The Queen Latifah Show is canceled.
Nov. 10: Cosby's Twitter account invites followers to go to a meme generator to pair an image of Cosby with their own comments. The project backfires when many of the memes include jokes based on the rape allegations. The meme generator is later taken down.
Nov. 13: Barbara Bowman writes in the Washington Post about Cosby's alleged assaults against her in 1985, when she was an 18-year-old aspiring actress.
Nov. 14: A Cosby appearance on CBS's The Late Show With David Letterman is canceled.
Nov. 15: Cosby declines to answer any questions about sexual-assault allegations in an NPR interview.
Nov. 16: Joan Tarshis alleges that Cosby drugged and assaulted her in 1969, when was 19. Cosby's attorney says he will not dignify "decades-old, discredited" claims of sexual abuse with a response.
Nov. 18: Netflix announces it is postponing the Nov. 27 premiere of a Cosby stand-up special. Hours earlier, model and TV host Janice Dickinson accused Cosby of sexual assault. Cosby's lawyer calls the charges "false and outlandish."
Nov. 19: NBC scraps a Cosby show under development, and TV Land says reruns of The Cosby Show will stop airing immediately for an indefinite time. Also, Bruce L. Castor Jr., the former Montgomery County district attorney, who decided not to file sexual-assault charges against Cosby in 2005, says in an interview about the case, "Now I can say I thought he did it."
Nov. 20: Therese Serignese says she was raped by Cosby in 1976 when she was 19 following a show in Las Vegas.
Wednesday: The University of Massachusetts Amherst cuts ties with Cosby, who had received a master's degree and a doctorate in education from the university.
Friday: A Temple University spokesman says Cosby remains a member of the school's board of trustees, a post he has held since 1982.