American Idol's toughest judge faces a federal judge in a lawsuit over the rights to the hit TV show.
The real Costanza sued the real Seinfeld over a "show about nothing." Did his lawsuit have more substance?
He once called his chicken "Finger Lickin' Good." But when the Colonel cried foul, one KFC store served him this chicken suit.
Was meowing for mullah a mistake? When one cat got fat on chat, a southern town's effort to tax his earnings left him speechless.
Any resemblance to persons living or dead was purely intentional -- prompting one such person to sue the show's producers.
Amid charges of racism, would D.C. judges "hail to the Redskins" and save their name?
When pop band Aqua mocked Mattel's version of the All-American girl, the toy maker defended her honor in court.
After filming JFK's ill-fated ride, Zapruder's "home movie" made history -- and new law.
After passing himself off as Santa Claus, Warren Hayes wound up on prosecutors' naughty list.
In a battle between Superman and The Greatest American Hero, who comes out on top?
After taking his name in vain, Lee took the network to court. Did the judge do the "right thing?"
They say that crime doesn't pay, but that didn't stop Frank Sinatra, Jr.'s kidnapper from trying.
If your dream home turns into a ghostly nightmare, who ya' gonna call?
"Evel Knievel proves that you're never too old to be a pimp." ESPN called it a "compliment". Evel jumped to a different conclusion.