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Report: Storage Wars lawsuit

The “Storage Wars” lawsuit heatedly continues this week, as Yahoo! TV News reported this Tuesday, March 12, that “Storage Wars” and the A&E Network has won the first round in a legal battle against Dave Hester, who argued in his lawsuit that the popular reality show is actually staged. In yesterday’s ruling, Judge Michael Johnson took sides with A&E’s “Storage Wars” on several key points, first dismissing Dave Hester’s argument that the Unfair Business Practices was violated by the network. Johnson similarly agreed with the show in the “Storage Wars” lawsuit for the ruling that any injunction against the TV series would in turn violate the First Amendment rights of A&E. Dave Hester first filed the “Storage Wars” lawsuit back in Dec. 2012. He claimed that he’d been fired from the show after alleging that the entire TV series was staged. What’s more, said Hester, is that the producers of the show actually plant very valuable items behind the scenes in the storage lockers bef

Drone attacks report: Drone Strike in Pakistan on Sunday

The site of a US killer drone attack in North Waziristan, Pakistan Two people have been killed in a US assassination drone strike in Pakistan’s northwestern tribal region of North Waziristan. According to local media reports, the attack was carried out on Sunday when the killer drone fired two missiles at a house in Muhammad Khel village of Tehsil Boya area in North Waziristan. Pakistan’s tribal regions are attacked by the US drones almost regularly, with Washington claiming that militants are the targets. However, casualty figures clearly indicate that civilians are the main victims. The killing of Pakistani civilians, including women and children, has strained relations between Islamabad and Washington. On January 7, eight people were killed in similar attacks in the village of Haiderkhel in the Miranshah district of North Waziristan. Sixteen people were also killed in a killer drone strike on South Waziristan the previous day.     On January 22, Pakistani Foreign Minister Hin

Report: Obama Pokes Fun at Self at Gridiron Dinner

Barack Obama (center) leaves the Gridiron dinner on Saturday. President Barack Obama poked fun at himself, Bob Woodward and Washington reporters on Saturday at a dinner that brought together the country's press and political elites. Attending the Gridiron Club dinner, Obama made light of a recent back and forth between his administration and Woodward, the veteran Washington Post journalist whose reporting on the Watergate scandal helped bring down Richard Nixon's presidency. "Can anybody tell me when an administration has ever regretted picking a fight with Bob Woodward?" Obama joked. "What's the worst that could happen?" Woodward and White House economic adviser Gene Sperling had a public tussle that played itself out in a leaked email, in which Sperling told the veteran journalist he would regret taking a position on one of Obama's policies. Woodward suggested the move was an example of White House intimidation. "Who knew Gene could be so

Report: Netflix tattoo Man Get a Free Year of Service

Netflix tattoo The Netflix tattoo making top headlines news this weekend after the Huffington Post reported this Friday, March 8, that a man who got himself inked with a Netflix tattoo took to Twitter to post the image, and in return received a year of free service from the company. With the headline, “Guy gets tattoo, Netflix gives him a free year of service”, sources report that one man who must sincerely love the streaming-video service wanted to show his support of Netflix by getting a tattoo of it. On Twitter, @The Real Myron showed how much he enjoyed the website recently by getting himself a Netflix tattoo. The inking made a mark on the company, as they reportedly awarded him a full year of free service for his “dedication.”     “NO WAY! Free year for you, look for DM RT@TheRealMyron: @netflix put me on a commercial I love you guys” The report notes that it wasn’t too long ago that

Charlize Theron Planning to Launch Denim Jean Line: Report

Charlize Theron arrives at the Oscars at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 24, 2013 in Hollywood, California. A woman of many talents! Charlize Theron always looks stunning in red carpet couture, but the Oscar-winning actress also knows how to rock a pair of jeans -- and she may be putting that skill to good use. Theron, 37, and stylist Leslie Fremar are planning a Theron Jeans line with denim brands, The Hollywood Reporter reports. And extra good news for her fans: the line would reportedly be sold for reasonable prices in mass-market stores. The Snow White and the Huntsman actress' rep, however, told The Hollywood Reporter that she couldn't confirm the project. When it comes to style, Theron is all about keeping it simple these days. The single mother to son Jackson, 13 months, recently shaved her head for a role in the upcoming Mad Max film. "It's great," she told E! News earlier in March. "It's so low maintenance, and having a kid, you