A New Hampshire woman has won her battle to remain an anonymous lottery winner, but it's time state legislatures take care of this issue once and for all.
Porn star Stormy Daniels hopes a judge will assure her that her nondisclosure agreement with President Trump is null and void because he never signed it.
Blac Chyna is continuing her legal attack on "revenge porn" with a police report filed with the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) over a sex tape posted by an anonymous Twitter user last weekend.
After comedian Rosie O'Donnell offered $2 million to two Republican senators to vote against the GOP tax bill on Twitter, conservatives across the Internet began calling for formal charges of bribery against her.
A California federal court judge has thrown out a copyright infringement lawsuit that the songwriters of 3LW’s 2001 song, “Playas Gon’ Play,” had filed against Taylor Swift over her Grammy Award-winning hit “Shake It Off.”
This Week In Weinstein World: A Buyout, Another Lawsuit, And Clap Backs From Oscar-Winning Actresses
This past week has been eventful in Weinstein World, including at the Hollywood producer’s former production company, the Weinstein Co.
A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge has affirmed a lower court’s decision to strike Goodfellas actor Frank Sivero’s 2014 complaint, which alleged that The Simpsons ripped off his likeness to create a cartoon mafioso.
The Los Angeles Times reports that one Disneyland social club is suing another for allegedly demanding Mafia-style protection money to make sure its members were safe during a charity walk. Yes, you just read Disneyland and Mafia in the same sentence.
Some foods you just have to try in their land of origin. Here are the southern Italian foods you shouldn't pass up the chance to enjoy.
Earlier this week, President Donald Trump vowed to "take a strong look at our country’s libel laws, so that when somebody says something that is false and defamatory about someone, that person will have meaningful recourse in our courts."
The three women of the 1970s rap group The Sequence have sued Bruno Mars and songwriter Mark Ronson, claiming the Grammy-winning hit song, "Uptown Funk," violates the copyright of the trio's 1979 single, "Funk You Up."
In 2016, "Uptown Funk" was certified "diamond" by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), signifying at least 10 million copies sold. It is only the 13th song recognized with diamond level status by the RIAA, and more recent estimates put record sales around 17 mi...