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O.J. Simpson

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  • Faye Resnick Sells to Jack Huston in Hollywood Hills

    Decorator and "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" regular Faye Resnick sold a newly refurbished residence in a famously celebrity-packed nook of the Hollywood Hills for $2.29 million. Resnick, who penned a pair of scandalous books on the O.J. Simpson...
  • Police office found not guilty [Letter]

    With regards to the recent trial of the New Jersey Police Officer that was found not guilty of murder let me just say that this is just another in the biggest of screw-ups by our prosecutors. At a minimum this was manslaughter. The officer not only got...
  • Oscar Pistorius' defense rests in murder trial

    Oscar Pistorius' defense rests in murder trial
    Oscar Pistorius' lawyers wrapped up their defense of the Olympic and Paralympic track star on Tuesday, bringing the dramatic murder trial of one of the world's best-known athletes closer to conclusion. Judge Thokozile Masipa adjourned the court until...
  • PASSINGS: Louis Brown Jr., Barry Moss

    Louis Brown Jr., 90, father of Nicole Brown Simpson, who was slain in 1994, leading to a sensational trial in which her former husband O.J. Simpson was accused, died Thursday at home in Dana Point. Louis Brown had been suffering from Alzheimer's disease...
  • 'Hunger Games' Producer Nina Jacobson Signs First-Look Deal with Fox

    Fox 2000 Pictures has signed a three-year first-look production agreement with "The Hunger Games" producer Nina Jacobson and partner Brad Simpson's Color Force. The announcement was made by Fox 2000 Pictures president Elizabeth Gabler. Color Force and...
  • TV Review: 'Taxi Brooklyn'

    Despite a slight, breezy USA network-type feel, "Taxi Brooklyn" is such a risible concept as to border on parody. Alas, this NBC series by way of France doesn't make that turn, leaving behind a head-scratcher of a show, derived from a last-century...
  • Tiger Woods returns to save golf from the World Cup

    Tiger Woods returns to save golf from the World Cup
    “Golf is dead.” – Friedrich Nietzsche Forgive me for being pretentious enough to quote Nietzsche. Actually, I’m misquoting the German philosopher, who in 1882 went on a famous “God is Dead” tangent. The point is the...
  • North Korean protests create tricky PR situation for 'The Interview'

    North Korean protests create tricky PR situation for 'The Interview'
    North Korean President Kim Jong Un is reported to be a major fan of NBA basketball and classic rocker Eric Clapton, but evidently he’s not big on Seth Rogen movies — or at least not ones in which he’s the butt of the joke.  On...
  • CNN Making Ratings Strides With Original Series, Tops MSNBC for Total Day in Spring

    Some solid performances from its original series have helped CNN gain on its primary news competition in the ratings. During the second quarter, according to Nielsen estimates, CNN leap-frogged MSNBC in total-day viewership (344,000 to 337,000) as well...
  • TV Review: 'The '90s: The Last Great Decade?'

    The question built into "The '90s: The Last Great Decade?" -- National Geographic Channel's three-night, six-hour documentary undertaking -- is an inherently interesting one, hung on the simple idea that the prosperous decade fell between the end of the...
  • Watch: Joan Rivers Storms Off During CNN Interview

    Joan Rivers walked out in the middle of a CNN interview that aired on Saturday. The comedienne first took offense when CNN Newsroom host Fredricka Whitfield described her hit E! show "Fashion Police" as mean. The situation elevated when Whitfield...
  • Trial begins for man accused of killing ex-girlfriend in 1979

    Trial begins for man accused of killing ex-girlfriend in 1979
    Douglas Bradford entered his ex-girlfriend’s studio in the summer of 1979 wielding a weapon he had fashioned at home: a garrote made of wooden mop handles connected by a thick wire, a prosecutor said Monday. He wrapped the wire around her neck and...