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British Fighter of the Year defends titles against elusive Peterson amid sadness over friend Speed
James Cameron tells Guy Adams why he's reformatting blockbuster
When Titanic became the most profitable movie ever, generating $1.8 billion at the box office globally in 1997, director James Cameron claimed to be pleasantly surprised. It was, he joked, an unlikely triumph for a three-hour "chick-flick" to which everyone already knows the ending.
The jury is out in the trial of Michael Jackson's physician. Guy Adams summarises the key facts of the case
A court order has forced Twitter to hand over the personal details of a British user, raising further questions about free speech on the internet and the possibility that celebrities and corporations could head to US courts to unmask users who break injunctions or make libellous comments.
Lawyers acting for Dr. Conrad Murray claim Michael Jackson committed suicide as he was facing financial ruin.
Quentin Tarantino, the director who has made us cover our eyes during the goriest sequences of his films like Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill and Reservoir Dogs is apparently a little squeamish himself when it comes to sound effects, especially those that are, as he puts it, "blood-curdling" and "pterodactyl-like".
Prince could lose his home for failing to pay $3 million for pulling out of a concert in Ireland.
US court sifts six claimants' murky tales about the discovery, sale and theft of the world's biggest Emerald
In a world that has been comprehensively conquered from Pole to Pole, where younger explorers successfully scale our tallest peaks each year, and where satellites have mapped every last square kilometre of our planet, there are few truly outrageous challenges left to overcome.
A French court has ordered Google Inc to pay 5,000 euros (£4253) in libel damages to a man who claimed that searches for his name automatically yielded a list of harmful suggestions.
Heiress detained on drugs charges for the third time this year
She was only two years old when her father, the lead singer of iconic grunge band Nirvana, committed suicide aged 27.
A Roman Catholic priest was charged yesterday with stealing $1.3m (£850,000) in church money over seven years to use for male escorts, expensive clothing and luxury hotels and restaurants.
A judge has refused a request by Lindsay Lohan's attorney to ease restrictions involving drug and alcohol testing on the actress so she can film a movie in Texas.
Law questioned after technology writer is arrested over 4G handset 'find'