A family spokesperson confirmed that Marshall died at her Hollywood Hills home due to complications from diabetes.
Alfonso Ribeiro is suing the maker of Fortnite for copyright infringement after it used his signature dance move for an in-game character enhancement.
Ex–CBS CEO Les Moonves Won't Get His $120 Million Severance After The Network Said He Interfered In Its Misconduct Investigation
As more women came forward with sexual misconduct allegations, the executive tried to use his power and influence to thwart investigators, CBS determined.
The National Enquirer's Publisher Gave Up A Lot Of Press Freedom To Avoid Charges Related To Trump's Former Lawyer
"This is a remarkable surrender of any First Amendment protections they might otherwise claim," one journalism expert said.
Daniels’ defamation lawsuit against the president over a tweet was tossed out in October, prompting his attorneys to seek the order.
Manhattan prosecutors on Friday accused Weinstein’s attorneys of using their latest court filings to sway public opinion “rather than for any legitimate purpose.”
“It’s not a great idea, but it’s definitely entertainment,” Logan Paul said in the viral video of his pet dog meeting the wild cat.
Daniels' defamation lawsuit against the president over one of his tweets was tossed out in October and now his attorneys want her to pay for their legal work in defending the case.
The music producer and “Praying” singer have been locked in a legal battle since 2014, when Kesha accused him of rape.
DJ Khaled And Floyd Mayweather Are Paying Hefty Fines To Settle A Cryptocurrency Case With Federal Regulators
The two touted a new cryptocurrency on social media, but failed to disclose that they were being paid for their endorsement, according to the SEC.
The men allegedly monitored social media to determine when targets like Rihanna and This Is Us producer Dan Fogelman weren't home.
The president spent the holiday at his self-proclaimed “Southern Winter White House,” Mar-a-Lago, with his family, and also visited Coast Guard officials.
A FedEx Driver Won't Be Charged After The Man He Punched For Yelling Racist Remarks At Him Later Died
The 55-year-old Oregon man died after being struck but prosecutors determined that the driver was within his rights to defend himself.
Crowds were stunned as Clarkson sang her hit song "Heat" in what was described as one of the coldest parades in history.
Avenatti, a fixture on cable news and a frequent Trump critic, was in Los Angeles police custody as of Wednesday afternoon. In a statement, he said, "I have never been physically abusive in my life."
Soules pleaded guilty Tuesday to leaving the scene of a crash that killed a tractor driver in Iowa.
The actor also said that Weinstein continued to harass her, exposing himself at the Four Seasons hotel in Beverly Hills the following year.
Jenner was granted the restraining order after the alleged stalker was caught lurking on her property twice.
Kim Kardashian West, Lady Gaga, Jake Paul, And Other Celebrities Are Also Forced To Flee California Wildfires
“I can’t believe this is happening!!!” Khloé Kardashian tweeted.
A Court Blocked A Law That Would Have Outlawed The High-Capacity Magazine Used By The Thousand Oaks Shooter
Enforcement of the 2016 law that bans possession of high-capacity magazines has been blocked pending the outcome of the lawsuit.