The internet is pissed at Purple, a mattress company suing Honest Mattress Reviews over claims that their product might be covered in dangerous white dust.
The latest United Colors of Benetton promotional campaign, valued at approximately $26 million, will give seed money to young entrepreneurs whose ideas are most popular among registered visitors to the company's site.
A French court ruling stipulated that the magazine must cease printing all photos and turn all digital copies over to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
Mitt Romney Video Causes Political Uproar, GOP Candidate Responds To '47 Percent' Comment And Other Statements
Mitt Romney wasted no time late Monday in responding to backfire from controversial statements he made that were caught on tape. The GOP presidential candidate described his comments "off the cuff" and "not elegantly stated," but still defended the main message of his remarks.
Valarie Suau, Topless Kate Middleton Photographer, In Hiding Amidst Royal Photos Scandal And Legal Battle
On Monday following the scandal erupting throughout the world after topless photos of Kate Middleton were leaked and subsequently published in several magazines, police began a manhunt for the photographer of the images, Valarie Suau, along with Closer, the original publication.
The American Civil Liberties Union sued Alabama in 2011 for what the group contends is a discriminatory practice that prevents most HIV-positive inmates from participating in rehabilitation and retraining programs important for their success after prison.
Lawyers of Britain's royal family, who filed a lawsuit last week against the French magazine "Closer" for publishing paparazzi photos of topless Kate Middleton, will head to court again to file a criminal case against the photographer who took the pictures.
Kate Middleton Topless Photos To Be Published By Italian Magazine Chi Despite Legal Action Against Closer
Just when Kate Middleton couldn't be more embarrassed -- or the royal family more incensed -- news broke Saturday that an Italian magazine will also publish her topless photos.
An AIDS advocacy group wants Los Angeles County to make sure all actors in pornographic films wear condoms, but the porn purveyors are overwhelmingly against it. A California ballot initiative will decide who prevails.
The beautiful Sofia Vergara has been getting more attention than usual lately because of photographs that surfaced of her body painting with her friend, Spanish-American artist Domingo Zapata. Because of the planned nature of the photo shoot, she'll be able to avoid the embarrassment that's plagued the Duchess of Cambridge since the eruption of the Kate Middleton topless-photo scandal.
Kate Middleton & Prince William Photographed Having Sex During Topless Scandal? Closer Editor Has ?Intimate? Photos [VIDEO]
News exploded this week that Kate Middleton had been photographed without her top on while she was sunbathing in France. The royals then announced they would sue the French magazine Closer, which published the photos. And its publisher now says she has even more scandalous pictures of the couple.
Kate Middleton is not just anyone. She is the wife of the future King of England – and her privacy has been violated in one of the worst ways imaginable. Having her topless photos published in a magazine is a grave breach of decency.
Peregrine Financial Group Chief Executive Russell Wasendorf Sr., who has confessed to stealing more than $100 million from his futures brokerage's clients, will be released from jail after he pleads guilty on Monday to mail fraud, lying to regulators and embezzling customer money, according to a judge's order.
A judge backs plaintiffs who said the National Defense Authorization Act of 2011 could lead to their being indefinitely detained, dealing a blow to the Obama administration.
Damages in a lawsuit filed against American Airlines (PINK:AAMRQ), United Airlines (NYSE:UAL) and other companies in connection to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks could total upward of $2.8 billion.
Weeks after Kristen Stewart admitted to cheating on Robert Pattinson with her married "Snow White and the Hunstman" director, Stewart was seen flirting with James Franco.
Apple iPhone 5 Release Coming: T-Mobile Website Reportedly Lists Four Different Size Capacities, Specs In Inventory [PICTURES]
Apple is expected to unveil its next-generation smartphone this Wednesday in San Francisco, but once the new iPhone eventually goes on sale -- sources peg Friday, Sept. 21 as the likely release date - who will be selling the phone? And what different size capacities can customers buy? On Monday, T-Mobile UK added placeholders into its internal and external systems for four new iPhone sizes. According to the website, the iPhone listed only as "iPhone X" will come in black in white colors an...
Former Knick head coach Isiah Thomas has remained close to team owner James Dolan since leaving the team in 2008.
Demonoid fans have been wondering whether the popular BitTorrent site would return since it was taken down in late July. The site was so popular because it was semiprivate, affording its massive audience a certain comfort in knowing that their Internet protocol, or IP, addresses and torrent activities weren't as vulnerable to law-enforcement authorities or spyware as they would be on open torrent sites such as the Pirate Bay.
Shepard Fairey, the artist behind the famous 2008 "HOPE" poster of President Barack Obama, was sentenced to two years of probation (which includes 300 hours of community service) and fined $25,000 in a New York Court on Friday.
Two black men from California filed a discrimination suit against In-N-Out Burger, alleging the restaurant chain refused to hire them because of their race and age.
A newly reinstated negligence lawsuit against Carnival Cruise Line could become a pivotal piece of legislation in defining to what extent cruise ships may be held liable for criminal acts perpetrated against passengers at various ports of call.
Film and TV actor, director, scholar, novelist, Galaxy Note spokesman and lip-syncher James Franco may be adding defendant to his ever-expanding repertoire.
An ex-UCLA star has been invited to Lakers training camp. What impact could Reeves Nelson have on Los Angeles this season?
Artist Memphitz Sues 'Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta' Producer Mona Scott-Young After Domestic Abuse Allegations
Artist Mickey "Memphitz" Wright has filed a lawsuit against the producers of the reality show "Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta" after his ex-girlfriend, K. Michelle continuously accused him of domestic abuse on the series
While Apple Inc. recently concluded one of its high-profile legal disputes with Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., the American tech giant may be entering another court case soon, this time in a tussle with Bruce Willis. The "Die Hard" actor is apparently preparing to sue Apple over the rights to his iTunes music library after his death.
The patent war between Apple and Samsung will apparently never end as the iPhone-maker filed a revised complaint with the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California Friday, in which it added two versions Samsung's Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note to its original complaint against Galaxy Nexus and other related devices.
Shortly after Demonoid was removed from the Internet, the popular site uTorrent announced it would begin to sell advertisements on its service, signaling to the Motion Picture Association of America and Recording Industry Association of America that the battle against online piracy will only get tougher.
Friday's verdict in favor of Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich closes a case that has brought to (some) light the shady underworld of Russian capitalism during the 1990s.
Hachette Book Group, Simon & Schuster and HarperCollins Publishers will have to issue reimbursements ranging from 25 cents to $1.32 per book to customers who paid inflated e-book prices between April 1 and May 21, 2010.