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Assange Faces Arrest For Violating Bail, Seeks Ecuador Asylum

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange faces arrest for violating the terms of his bail after entering the Ecuadorean embassy in London, where he is seeking political asylum to avoid possible extradition to Sweden. But he may really be trying to escape the long arm of the United States, not the Swedish government.

Chris Brown-Drake Bar Fight: 7 New Developments In Alleged Brawl Over Rihanna

Chris Brown and Drake got into a violent brawl in a New York City nightclub on Thursday night that left multiple people injured and authorities still unclear of the timeline of events. The woman at the center of the storm is allegedly none other than R&B superstar Rihanna, who has been romantically linked to both men.

Bristol Palin Sued For Defamation By Heckler

Bristol Palin is being sued for defamation by Stephen Hanks, the man who heckled her in a West Hollywood, Calif. bar last September, and who called her mother, Sarah, derogatory names. The altercation caught on video was used in promos for Palin's new show and Hanks said he never signed a release for the footage to be used.

American Airlines-US Airways Merger: Who Wins, Who Loses?

US Airways has been very publicly circling AMR Corp., the bankrupt parent of American Airlines. Yet industry experts expressed concerns that, while a potential merger would be a boon to the labor unions, the flying public would end up footing the bill.

Lance Armstrong Charges: Why New Doping Allegations From USADA Are Different

Charges of doping have long followed seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong. Now the cyclist is facing those charges again, this time from a quasi-governmental agency, the United States Anti-Doping Agency, and there are a number of reasons why the new claims are different than the others Armstrong has faced over the last decade.

Apple Settles Over New iPad '3' Advertising In Australia, Pays $2.25 Million For Misleading '4G LTE' Ads

Apple has been officially reprimanded over its misleading advertising in Australia of the term 4G for new iPad 3. No considerable penalty here: According to The Australian, Apple has agreed to a $2.25 million settlement in Australian courts after the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) won a battle alleging the Cupertino, Calif.-based company misled customers about the new iPad's touted features.

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