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J.J. Watt of the Houston Texans gave $10,000 to Grant Milton, a Woodlands High School senior linebacker who collapsed during a Saturday evening game.
Finally some good legal news for 50 Cent!
The late, legendary actor and director Dennis Hopper left behind an extensive and impressive body of work when he died in 2010. But he also left behind a pretty respectable record collection.
Next year, CNN will launch a standalone media brand fronted by Neistat and fellow Beme video sharing app co-founder, Matt Hackett.
For the next two years, Lauer will pull in a reported $20 million annually for his duties as Today anchor, a reflection of how important the network sees him as being to Today's place in the ratings game.
Who are the richest American Presidents of all time, inflation-adjusted? Since George Washington, we've had 44 different Presidents, some have been extremely rich, others not so much…
This guy made a pretty penny for a couple months of work.
Leah Remini Demands Church Of Scientology Pay $1.5 Million In Damages For Interfering With TV Exposé
Lawyers representing both Remini and Scientology have kept up a tense legal battle, the most recent development of which is a demand by Remini that the church pay her $1.5 million in damages.
Rags To Multi-Billionaire Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz Steps Down To Focus On Philanthropy And Social Causes
From rags to billion dollar riches. Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz certainly has done an amazing job bringing coffee to the world. And now he enters a new chapter of his life…
Kanye and Kim were reportedly having marriage tension as a result of the amount of money the couple spent on remodeling their Hidden Hills mansion.
Amber Heard is now the latest party facing a lawsuit in a tangled legal fight involving London Fields, a movie she starred in and which is now in "legal purgatory."
As pop-art legend has it, Warhol had to move his expanding artistic operation to the firehouse after his works grew too expansive to fit in his mother's nearby apartment.
Here is a breakdown of the largest private philanthropic foundations in the United States, and the source of their massive endowments…
It costs New York City a LOT of money to protect the President-elect and his family on a daily basis.