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  • Group's ad featuring 911 call grabs attention at Super Bowl
    No celebrities or NFL players facing the camera, saying "No more." This ad simply depicts a 911 call of a woman pretending to order a pizza while calling police with her attacker still in the house.
  • Plot foiled? Sundance doc lifts lid on FBI stings
    "They themselves are the ones posing the inducements and suggestions for criminal activity," he told AFP in an interview with fellow filmmaker Lyric Cabral in Park City, Utah. The documentary tells the real story of "Shariff," a 63-year-old informant for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) who is tasked with monitoring a Muslim convert, Khalifah […]
  • Bernie Mac widow drops malpractice lawsuit against doctor
    CHICAGO (AP) — The wife of the late comedian Bernie Mac has dropped a wrongful death lawsuit against his Chicago doctor.

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  • On the Charts: Fall Out Boy Reign, While Decemberists, Manson Hit Top 10
    2015 HAS BEGUN — NEW ALBUMS ARE ACTUALLY COMING OUT!: Fall Out Boy's American Beauty/American Psycho makes its debut this week at Number One, selling 192,000 copies and moving 218,000 "units," a new chart formula based on album and track sales and streaming. That's a week after Meghan Trainor's...
  • Lil Wayne Sues Cash Money for $51 Million
    Lil Wayne is suing Cash Money with the hopes of ending his contract with the label, according to TMZ. The lawsuit alleges that CEO Bryan "Birdman" Williams and the company have withheld a substantial amount of money that it owes him with regard to the rapper's still-unreleased new album, Tha...
  • Taylor Swift Trademarks 'This Sick Beat' and Other '1989' Phrases
    If you want to "Party Like It's 1989" to "This Sick Beat," you better ask Taylor Swift's permission first. The pop star has trademarked those phrases – along with "'Cause We Never Go Out of Style," "Could Show You Incredible Things" and "Nice to Meet You, Where You Been?" –...

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