56 min ago | Gawker
The owners of 14 7-Eleven stores in New York and Virginia were charged on Monday by federal authorities with fraud, identity theft, and concealing undocumented immigrants.
2 hrs ago | New York Daily News
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3 hrs ago | Deseret News
Rachel Ford cheers during a rally supporting a same-sex marriage bill in Minnesota on the steps of the State Capitol i St. Paul, Minn., on Wednesday May 8, 2013.
3 hrs ago | Hollywood Reporter
John Williams ' theme from Superman has served as an iconic -- and instant -- affiliation with the superhero for generations of moviegoers, which was reason enough for composer Hans Zimmer, who scored the just-released Man of Steel , to exclude it from Zack Snyder 's It was perhaps Zimmer's most daunting and difficult task on Man of Steel , which ... (more)
5 hrs ago | Seattle Times
A former intern filed a class-action lawsuit Monday against Warner Music Group and Atlantic Records over his unpaid internship, similar to a spate of recent lawsuits in other industries pushing back against the widespread practice.
5 hrs ago | Hollywood Reporter
Martin Guigui has been tapped to helm Crazy for the Boys , a musical dramedy written by Brian Lukow , the creator of real-life boy band group Dream Street.
6 hrs ago | Examiner.com
According to TPM and ABC News on Monday, 7-Eleven franchises in Virginia and Virginia were seized by federal officials as they investigate allegations of a ring of undocumented workers being forced to work as much as 100 hours a week.
8 hrs ago | Boston Herald
The promoter of Michael Jackson's ill-fated series of comeback shows created a conflict of interest with the singer's physician when it negotiated terms of his deal, an expert testifying for the superstar's mother told a jury on Monday.
9 hrs ago | AmericanBankingNews.com
's stock had its "hold" rating reaffirmed by equities research analysts at Deutsche Bank in a research note issued to investors on Monday, Analyst Ratings.Net reports.
10 hrs ago | Hollywood Reporter
The nine-year-old company will serve as the primary source of music for original online videos produced for Glamour, GQ, Vogue and Wired channels.
14 hrs ago | Hollywood Reporter
Warner Music Group, controlled by Len Blavatnik , said Monday it has acquired Russia's oldest independent label, Gala Records Group, marking its first wholly-owned local presence in the country.
15 hrs ago | The Detroit News
16 hrs ago | Vanguard
The Police in New York have begun manhunt of two suspects connected with the gruesome stabbing to death of a Nigerian in Brownsville area of Brooklyn, the News Agency of Nigeria reports.
What do you think of when you hear the words "summer vacation"? Families going on camping trips, college students heading abroad, and couples going on romantic getaways? Well what about cheating spouses sneaking off to vacation with their mistresses? According to a poll by AshleyMadison.com, at least 50,000 people who are engaged in affairs said ... (more)
A worker checks water levels in frac tanks in Wise County. Bills not passed in the just- ended legislative session in Texas concerned water use.
CBS Evening News host Scott Pelley apparently doesn't subscribe to this doctrine, for in an interview with Deadline Hollywood published Saturday, Pelley claimed that Fox News only has 200,000 to 300,000 viewers: DEADLINE: So for you, other outlets especially the cable news networks do center on just one segment of the political spectrum in their ... (more)
Diet Prescribed for Newton Lake's Algae Woes, but More Work Needed Removing hundreds of pounds of algae won't fully solve Newton Lake's long-term health issues, but Camden County has a plan in place.
Eyeball licking which has become a trend among sixth-graders and other teens in Japan transmits bacteria from one person's mouth to someone's eye risking bacterial conjunctivitis.