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The Hobbit film production company kept animals on a farm with "death traps," wranglers say.
Mick Jagger's ex-lover Marsha Hunt is auctioning off his private letters from '69.
Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez, the popular celebrity couple among tweens, has broken up.
Freshman player William Wayne Jones III collapsed and died during practice. His couch said it was a no-contact drill.
Carly Rae Jepsen faces a copyright infringement lawsuit with Owl City.
The Giants' World Series win was celebrated by setting a bus on fire.
Lebanon's tourism minister Fady Abboud wants to sue "Homeland" creators for "lies."
Jack White's fans are outraged that they paid $40 for a concert that was cut short.
Deena Cortese from "Jersey Shore" cannot enter a local bar for two years.
Hollister models made “squinty eyes” faces and flipped off customers at a South Korean store, witnesses say.
Amanda Bynes is charged in Los Angeles for two hit-and-run crashes.
Sheryl Crow, Lance Armstrong's ex-fiancee, was interviewed by federal agents about doping accusations.
Hal David, Burt Bacharach's songwriting partner and author of, "What’s It All About?,” “What’s New, Pussycat?,” “Do You Know the Way to San Jose?” and “What Do You Get When You Fall in Love?," has died.
"The Price Is Right" is on the lookout for a male model after years of sexual harassment complaints.
Insane Clown Posse is angry that the FBI has classified its fans as a gang.
Lolo Jones responds to the New York Times hit piece after a disappointing finish at the London Olympics.
Levi Johnston is "disgusted" by his son Tripp's behavior on Bristol Palin's reality show.
Matt Barnes, a forward who spent the last two seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers, was arrested this week.
Matt Damon and Michael Douglas will star in an HBO film about Liberace.
NBC got Guy Adams, a journalist from the Independent, suspended from Twitter. Adams had criticized NBC's Olympic coverage.