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Fred Davis, the tight end for the Washington Redskins, has decided to be his own legal representation in an 18-month lawsuit against him.
Nora Ephron, acclaimed screenwriter and director of movies including "Sleepless in Seattle" and "When Harry Met Sally," has died from leukemia.
Kim Kadashian and boyfriend Kanye West are being sued by Jonathan Lee Riches, who holds the Guinness World Record for "World's Most Litigious Man."
The disgraced former Penn State football coach's likeness was replaced with Dora McQuaid, a Penn State graduate who fights domestic and sexual abuse.
The London Olympics are on track to become the most expensive Games since 1996.
Lolo Jones, who has gained attention in recent weeks for her sexual abstinence, placed third at the Olympic trials in Eugene, Oregon.
Ann Curry, who has co-hosted the 'Today Show' for 14 years, may be let go from the network.
'Sesame Street,' the iconic children's television show, will be made into a movie, with the show's long-time writer Joey Mazzarino taking on the script.
Arsenio Hall, the standup comedian who was a hit in the early 90s, is making a comeback in Fall 2013.
Roger Clemens, legendary baseball pitcher, was found not guilty of lying during a Congressional investigation of steroid use.
Mr. Rogers is back in the public eye, as PBS released a new, auto-tuned song featuring the host called "Garden in Your Mind."
'Car Talk's' hosts will no longer be recording new episodes of the wildly popular NPR show as of October 2012.
Amanda Bynes pled 'not guilty' on Wednesday to driving under the influence, just before tweeting at President Obama to 'fire the cop' who arrested her.
'The Perks of Being a Wallflower,' Stephen Chbosky's 1999 cult novel, has been adapted for the big screen starring Emma Watson, Logan Lerman, and Ezra Miller.
Alan Horn, Warner Brothers former CEO who guided its highly profitable “Harry Potter” franchise, has been named Disney’s new chairman.
Kathy Lee Gifford asked actor Martin Short about his wife Nancie on the Today Show on Wednesday, unaware that she passed away from ovarian cancer in 2010.
Ween, the experimental rock band made up of Mickey Melchiondo (AKA Dean Ween) and Aaron Freeman (Gene Ween), is splitting up after 25 years.
Elvis Presley's original resting place only housed him and his mother Gladys for about two months in 1977 before the King was buried at Graceland.
Nick Fairley was clocked going 100 miles an hour on Sunday morning, in the football player's second arrest in two months.
Jim Parsons, who is currently starring on Broadway in a revival of "Harvey," quietly came out in a New York Times profile.