Pamela Smith's Michael Jordan paternity lawsuit has finally been responded to by the NBA legend. Jordan asked a Georgia judge to dismiss the case, calling it a "shameless, bad faith attempt to abuse the legal system."
A girl survived a jet crash in the French Alps Monday, though all other passengers aboard the small plane were killed. The sole survivor, estimated to be only 15 years old, was found with severe injuries.
The Yankees GM injured himself on his second jump from a plane Monday morning at Homestead Air Force Base in Florida. General manager Brian Cashman had one successful jump with the Gold Knights of the U.S. Army, but on the second skydive, he broke his right ankle when he hit the ground.Tags Sports
A wrestling hunger strike is gaining international attention as an Olympic champion refuses to eat until his sport is placed back in the 2020 Games. Armen Nazaryan, an Olympic Greco-Roman wrestling gold medalist and coach, is protesting the International Olympic Committee's recent decision to remove the sport.Tags Sports
Girls Gone Wild's bankruptcy was brought on by legal troubles concerning the company's founder, Joe Francis. The infamous adult video company claims that despite them owing anywhere from $10 to $50 million because of legal judgments, they are still in strong financial standing.Tags Court Cases
A $600,000 a month lease went up for sale in the exclusive neighborhood of Beverly Hills, Calif., and now it may be recognized as the most expensive real estate lease ever. The 1920s mansion sits atop 3.7 acres of land and has played host to many celebrities and wealthy socialites.
Michael Jordan's new house in Cornelius, North Carolina reportedly cost the basketball legend $2.8 million. The house, bought Feb. 19, is the second property he now owns in the state to be close to his team, the Charlotte Bobcats.
A "gigantic jet" of lightning struck over mainland China in 2010, but scientists have just recently begun to understand the rare and fascinating event. The event is named after the bolt's shape— a large cone-shaped electric jolt that resembles an aircraft in a steep nosedive.
Dennis Rodman and the Harlem Globetrotters landed in Pyongyang, North Korea Tuesday to facilitate "basketball diplomacy" within the isolated country. The players will also be filming part of a documentary and attempting to meet with dictator Kim Jong-un, who is said to be an avid basketball fan.
Prince Michael Jackson's acting debut has come sooner than many had expected at only 16 years old. The teenager will guest star on "90210" in the season finale of the CW teen drama.Tags Television
The military draft registration, officially called the Selective Service, could be in for significant changes in the future. Some lawmakers are seeking to expand the draft to women to bolster gender equality in the armed services, but other politicians seek to abolish the Selective Service altogether.Tags Politics
Prince Harry's girlfriend, Cressida Bonas may be getting even more serious with the Royal heir to the U.K. throne after it was discovered that the pair will be attending the wedding of her half-sister. Bonas, the 24-year-old socialite, was also photographed with the prince on the ski slopes.Tags Royals
Josh Brent's car was traveling at a high rate of speed before the fatal accident that killed his Dallas Cowboys teammate Jerry Brown in December. Authorities determined that the nose tackle's vehicle was going at least 110 mph, and could have hit as much as 134 mph on Highway 114 in Texas.
A USPS clothing line was announced Tuesday in the cash-strapped federal agency's latest attempt to make money. The new all-weather apparel will reportedly be titled "Rain, Heat & Snow," according to reports.
Diamonds in Belgium's Brussels Airport were stolen Monday, and the thieves managed to get away with about $50 million in both rough and polished diamonds. The jewels were next to a passenger plane and within five minutes, the robbers were in and out with military precision.