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U.S. Copyright Czar launches public inquiry into how Americans think copyright infringement law can be improved.
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Singer Faith Evans sued by documentary filmmaker over home videos of the late Notorious B.I.G.
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Summary of popular Facebook scams.
HGH testing soon making its way into professional baseball.
Fan seeks $25,000 from Kansas City Royals for “hot dog incident.”
Professional wrestling legend Ric Flair outmatched by wife in domestic disturbance.
Ethical issues relating to use of sperm retrieved post-mortem.
New Nashville home of country singer John Rich accused by neighbors of violating city ordinances.
ESPN’s Tony Kornheiser suspended for sexist comments regarding co-worker Hannah Storm.
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