If you are a Twitter user who had been blocked by President Donald Trump, congratulations! You may soon be able to @ him again.
Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler has sent a cease-and-desist letter to Donald Trump requesting that the president stop using their 1993 hit song “Livin’ On The Edge” at campaign events.
Usher is asking a Georgia court to dismiss a lawsuit by Laura Helm that alleges he knowingly infected her with the herpes simplex 2 virus (HSV-2). Usher claims he owed Helm no “duty of care” and that she knew of the risks of unprotected sex.
Last summer, Eminem applied for a trademark for his clothing line E13, and things were going smoothly until the United States Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) asked anyone objecting to the registration to please stand up (please stand up).
Homeland Security is seeking a contractor to compile a list of both professional journalists and "top media influencers," which would likely include bloggers and podcasters, and monitor the "sentiment" they're putting out in public.
From allegedly infringing YouTube videos to a wrongful death suit against Walgreens, the estate of Prince has been incredibly busy since the legendary recording artist’s death in April 2016.
While popular with Europeans and Italians, Americans have yet to discover the rugged Calabria region’s most picturesque village.
Deep in Calabria, the toe of Italy’s boot, Tropea doesn’t get nearly the attention it deserves.
These days, much of the legal talk surrounding religion concerns allegations of decades-long sexual abuse by Catholic priests, but unfortunately it isn’t the only house of worship being sued into facing its demons. This particular story, so far, though, hasn't been making the kind of headlines it should.
Trademarking a name is one of the most important steps for any enterprise; it both identifies your business as the source of your product and gives you the right to sue infringers for damages in federal court. But what happens when the United States Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) won’t let you trademark your chosen name, not because it would infringe on someone else’s registered name but because it is “scandalous”?
Published earlier this year, Michelle McNamara’s I’ll Be Gone in the Dark shined a glaring spotlight on the 10-year rape and murder spree of the perpetrator she dubbed “The Golden State Killer” (GSK).
Calabria is the toe of Italy’s boot, and one of the country’s least-visited regions, which is why you should come. It has mountains, three national parks (Aspromonte, Pollino, and Sila), 500 miles of coastline, turquoise waters, and rolling, green hills lined with olive, orange, and lemon trees.
Infowars’ Alex Jones has made a living out of peddling conspiracy theories online — and in recent years, he has been sued for defamation several times because of it.
Since Natalie Wood’s lifeless body was found off the coast of California’s Santa Catalina Island in 1981, the circumstances surrounding her death have been shrouded in doubt. Now, a new investigative podcast may finally answer questions and even help lead to criminal charges.
After last night’s interview with Sean Hannity in which he stated President Donald Trump reimbursed his longtime personal attorney Michael Cohen for the $130,000 Stormy Daniels payment, Rudy Giuliani has left many of us wondering regarding Trump, “What did he know and when did he know it?"
The New Zealand Court of Appeal has upheld the decision that German-Finnish internet mogul and Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom can be extradited to the United States for prosecution on criminal copyright infringement and related charges.