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Scenes from Elton John biopic reportedly cut from Russian version due to ‘homosexual propaganda’ law
A Russian movie distributor reportedly cut around five minutes of footage that depicted gay sex and men kissing from Elton John biopic "Rocketman."
Robert Shapiro, who defended O.J. Simpson alongside Robert Kardashian, says he’ll offer Kim a job if she passes the bar
Shapiro told TMZ the door was open to his firm if Kardashian West passes all her exams.
The Texas Attorney General’s office is looking into more that 20 complaints about fitness influencer Brittany Dawn who’s been accused of s...
The Texas Attorney General's office is reportedly looking into Brittany Dawn Davis, an Instagram fitness influencer called a "scammer" by followers.
It was a directive of the Brunei Sultan, one of the world’s richest leaders with a personal wealth of about US$20 billion.
What Paul Manafort’s 47-month prison term for bank and tax fraud says about mandatory minimum sentences
"I don't necessarily think that it is outrageous to only put him in jail for four years, I think it's outrageous in comparison to other things."
Check out our exclusive list of the top lawyers working on the biggest deals in the booming marijuana industry that’s set to skyrocket to $194 b...
Check out Business Insider's exclusive list of the top lawyers working on the biggest deals in the booming marijuana industry.
SpaceX to lay off about 10% of its workforce ‘due to the extraordinarily difficult challenges ahead’
Elon Musk's rocket company SpaceX will lay off about 10% of its employees, the Los Angeles Times reported on Friday. SpaceX later confirmed the news.
Women’s club The Wing quietly dropped its practice of banning men after a man filed a $12 million gender discrimination lawsuit
The Wing quietly dropped its no-men rule after a 53-year-old man brought a gender discrimination lawsuit seeking damages of up to $12 million against it.
From Megan's Law to AMBER alerts, here are the stories behind legislation, laws, and acts named after real people.
Songs like Robin Thicke and Pharrell's "Blurred Lines" have gone to court.