Fox News asked a federal court on Monday to dismiss a lawsuit brought against the network over a now-retracted story on the death of former Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich. In August, Rod Wheeler, a Fox News contributor and former DC homicide detective, sued 21st Century Fox, the Fox News Channel, Fox News reporter Malia Zimmerman, and Ed Butowsky, a wealthy businessman who had hired Wheeler to investigate the death of Rich. Wheeler alleged that Fox News had worked with the White House to concoct a May story about Rich's murder aimed at discrediting the US intelligence determination that Russia hacked the DNC and obtained a trove of emailed released by Wikileaks. As part of this
(CNN)Avril Lavigne is now the most dangerous celebrity to search for online, according to the cybersecurity company McAfee. The singer-songwriter topped McAfee's Most Dangerous Celebrities study this year. "Cybercriminals continue to use the fascination of consumers with celebrity culture to drive unsuspecting users to potentially malicious websites that can be used to install malware, steal personal information and even passwords," according to a statement from McAfee. Lavigne dropped off the scene for a bit, starting in 2014 as she grappled with Lyme disease.
Trevor Noah, Jimmy Kimmel and Conan O'Brien poke fun at President Donald Trump retweeting an edited video of him hitting a golf ball into Hillary Clinton's back, causing her to fall.
The music industry now contributes £4.4bn to the UK economy says a new report, the Foo Fighters share the O2 stage with a old/new friend, Morrissey's releases more controversial 'merch', new music from Macklemore and Kesha plus Professor Green pledges to "sort himself out".