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Judge reduces jury verdict against Jammie Thomas-Rasset by 97%.
Pope encourages use of new media.
Critics warn Bryant Gumbel of libelous behavior after sports analyst goes after certain baseball players with accusations of steroid use.
Charity organizer sued by McDonald’s for using prefix “Mc”.
Neighbor sues over use of iPhone and Wi-Fi under theory of electromagnetic sensitivity.
Whistleblower at Facebook reveals sketchy policies behind the scenes.
How looming NBA collective bargaining agreement and potential lockout will affect at least one superstar.
Texas Rangers to be sold to group led by Hall of Famer, and team president, Nolan Ryan.
NFL star Chad Ochocinco and tennis star Andy Roddick allegedly working out bet details via Twitter for athletic competition.
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