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Murder is murder.
One of the accusers in the Bryan Singer sexual abuse case has been dropped by his lawyer, but the big question is why.
Andrew Rector described his $10 million lawsuit against MLB and ESPN to Matt Lauer, claiming that his reputation was damaged.
Kid Rock has been ordered to turn over the glass dildo he got from Dirty Dan. No, seriously.
Manuel Noriega is very worried that somebody might think he's a terrible human being, thanks to 'Call of Duty.'
The guys behind a YouTube series that featured a foul-mouthed teddy bear are accusing Seth MacFarlane of ripping them off to make 'Ted.'
Tool is ready to release a new album, but they can't. Here's why.
Good news for the comedian.
Tracy Morgan is holding Walmart responsible for their involvement in the crash that left him in critical condition and his friend dead.
A fan is suing ESPN and Major League Baseball for $10 million because John Kruk and Dan Shulman made fun of him for sleeping at a game.
Tyler Perry has won his battle to trademark "What Would Jesus Do?" Join us next week when Jerry Bruckheimer defends his patent on the golden rule.
A while back rumors were flying that Lindsay Lohan was going to sue Rockstar, and now it's actually happened.
Imagine setting up your expensive dream vacation. Now imagine getting off of the plane in the wrong country. It gets worse.
Joan Rivers and Kristen Stewart are currently engaged in an EPIC BEEF over the former's insinuation that the latter juggles married men's balls.
A man sues another man because the first man can no longer please his queen.
The producers of '10 Things I Hate About My Life' are suing Evan Rachel Wood for backing out, and her lawyers think it's preposterous.
The Beastie Boys can claim a bittersweet victory over Monster Energy stemming from their 2012 copyright suit.
Don Henley is still holding a serious grudge against Frank Ocean over the sampling of 'Hotel California' for the single 'American Wedding.'
Our faithful legal correspondent explains how 'Raging Bull' had a butterfly effect on Led Zeppelin's infringement defense.
According to Mike D and Ad-Rock, they wouldn't let the film 'Sabotage' use their hit song of the same name because of Arnold Schwarzenegger.