Fox News has fired The Five co-host Bob Beckel after he allegedly made an intensive remark to a black employee. Fox News issued a statement announcing his termination on Friday. The employee has already retained an attorney and plans to file a lawsuit against the embattled network.

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Media mogul Steve Harvey is in the news after an internal memo to his staff was leaked to a Chicago blogger on Wednesday.

Harvey’s memo, which was leaked to Robert Feder’s Chicago media blog, tells female employees not to approach him or visit his dressing room uninvited.

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Rapper Li’l Jon is being sued for copyright infringement over his 2014 smash hit song “Turn Down for What”.

According to Billboard.com, Golden Crown Publishing filed the legal papers in a New York federal court on Thursday, May 4, alleging DJ Snake and Li’l Jon ripped off the song already recorded by rapper Freddie GZ.

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A British paparazzi agency filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against L.A. socialite Khloe Kardashian for posting her own photo on Instagram.com.

The agency, Xposure Photos Ltd., filed the lawsuit against Kardashian for posting an image one of their photographers snapped of her.

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Convicted murderer Aaron Hernandez died an innocent man, thanks to an obscure legal rule that waives his conviction posthumously.

The New England Patriots might have to pay Hernandez’s estate a $3.5 million bonus and an additional $2.5 million in guaranteed money that was not paid to him after his arrest in 2013.

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