American Idol's toughest judge faces a federal judge in a lawsuit over the rights to the hit TV show.
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The real Costanza sued the real Seinfeld over a "show about nothing." Did his lawsuit have more substance?
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You wouldn't believe what some people would do for a baseball.
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He once called his chicken "Finger Lickin' Good." But when the Colonel cried foul, one KFC store served him this chicken suit.
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Any resemblance to persons living or dead was purely intentional -- prompting one such person to sue the show's producers.
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Amid charges of racism, would D.C. judges "hail to the Redskins" and save their name?
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When pop band Aqua mocked Mattel's version of the All-American girl, the toy maker defended her honor in court.
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After filming JFK's ill-fated ride, Zapruder's "home movie" made history -- and new law.
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After passing himself off as Santa Claus, Warren Hayes wound up on prosecutors' naughty list.
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In a battle between Superman and The Greatest American Hero, who comes out on top?
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After taking his name in vain, Lee took the network to court. Did the judge do the "right thing?"
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They say that crime doesn't pay, but that didn't stop Frank Sinatra, Jr.'s kidnapper from trying.
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If your dream home turns into a ghostly nightmare, who ya' gonna call?
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"Evel Knievel proves that you're never too old to be a pimp." ESPN called it a "compliment". Evel jumped to a different conclusion.
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When real life imitates deadly "art," should Hollywood be held responsible for copycat crimes?
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