- NFL's Jim Brown reaches $600K deal in video game suit
LOS ANGELES (AP) — NFL Hall of Famer Jim Brown has accepted a $600,000 offer from video game maker Electronic Arts to end a lawsuit alleging the company illegally used his likeness in its NFL Madden games.
- Tony Hawk recreates his breakthrough skate trick at age 48
VISTA, Calif. (AP) — Tony Hawk has landed a 900 — a 2-and-a-half- turn trick few skateboarders dare to try— 17 years to the day after the same feat made him a household name.
- Indictment charges 3 men with bilking movie investors
NEW YORK (AP) — Three men were arrested Tuesday on charges that they cheated investors who thought they were contributing over $12 million to produce major films, only to discover their money went to other projects and to pay personal expenses, officials said.
- 'Law & Order' director gets probation on child porn charges
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) — A television director with credits on "Law & Order" and other shows has been sentenced in New York to 10 years' probation on child pornography charges.
- 'Glee' star Mark Salling changes lawyer in child porn case
LOS ANGELES (AP) — An actor who starred on the musical dramedy "Glee" has a new lawyer to represent him in a federal child pornography case.
- Lisa Marie Presley files for divorce in Los Angeles
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Court records show Lisa Marie Presley had filed for divorce from her husband of more than 10 years.
- Chelsea Handler reveals abortions in Playboy essay on choice
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Chelsea Handler says in an essay for Playboy that she had two abortions as a teenager and never regretted the decision.
- Stephen Hawking: Greed, stupidity greatest threats to Earth
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Physicist Stephen Hawking says pollution, greed and stupidity are the greatest threats to Earth.
- AP EXCLUSIVE: Suge Knight's defense in murder case previewed
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Toi-Lin Kelly has known Marion "Suge" Knight for 11 years, and says the former rap music mogul is nothing like the fearsome reputation associated with him from his heyday at the helm of the influential gangster rap label Death Row Records.
- Tarzan, revised: New film swings beyond troubled past
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Tarzan may be among America's classic fictional characters, but he's not beyond reproach.