After a week-long trial, a California jury has reached its conclusion that Katy Perry's "Dark Horse" is a copyright infringement. The lawsuit was brought by Christian rapper Marcus Gray, professionally known as Flame, who asserted that Perry's 2013 hit tread on his own work entitled "Joyful Noise," reports The Hollywood Reporter.
Tropical Storm Erick is approaching hurricane strength as it gets closer and closer to Hawaii this week.
"Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" had the biggest opening of Quinten Tarantino's career.
Kelly McGillis says she wasn't invited back for the "Top Gun" sequel, in case you were wondering.
A Minnesota congressional challenger to Ilhana Omar who promises to be tough on crime is being charged with felony shoplifting.
A survey says 66% of Millennials say their parents are their best friends.
A South Dakota law saying "In God We Trust" must be displayed by all schools has gone into effect.
A teen-aged 'Fortnite' champion won more than Tiger Woods at the Masters. 16-year-old Kyle "Bugha" Giersdorf took home $3 million at the Fortnite World Cup, while Tiger received $2.09 million.
Donald Trump is blaming the Obama Administration for bad air conditioning in the West Wing.
Nearly 50% of consumers find the ability for their smart access control devices to allow Amazon package deliveries to be valuable.
Madison, Wisconsin was ranked as the best city to live in for single men.
Of course, you know this is "Shark Week."
The second round of the Democratic primary presidential debates are tonight and tomorrow night at the Fox Theater in Detroit. Tonight's debate includes Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Tomorrow night, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders will be side-by-side, and will be joined by Pete Buttigieg, among others.
The store Selfridges has opened a Christmas shop in London a record 149 days before the actual holiday. That's a whole five months ahead of Christmas!
Friends are concerned that Celine Dion and her backup dancer Pepe Munoz, have been getting too close.


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