LEGAL

Beastie Boys serve Monster Energy a $1.7 million beat down

by Gabi Chepurny Ad Rock and Mike D aren't budging on the promise to their fallen brother

John Oliver calls on trolls to help net neutrality cause

by Gabi Chepurny The FCC has met a formidable opponent in the bespectacled British comedian

Uber, the luxe carservice app, has sexual predator problems

by Gabi Chepurny The smash hit ride service may face backlash if it can't prove its drivers can keep it in their pants

X-Men director Bryan Singer accused of sexually abusing an underage boy

by Sarah Crow The filmmaker's legal team dismisses the accusations as bogus as Fox undoubtedly prepares for the controversy to impact the release of Days of Future Past

PETA fails to turn Jeffrey Dahmer’s house into a vegan smorgasbord

By Gabi Chepurny The animal rights group was refused the right to open a restaurant in the childhood home of the notorious serial killer

Comcast named worst company in America, just as it faces the Senate

By Todd Gilchrist As the senate continues hearings about a planned merger with Time Warner, the cable provider earned top honors in Consumerist’s annual tournament

Aereo gets Supreme Court boost from FilmOn amicus filing

by Dominic Preston Alki David's streaming TV network stands up for the side of innovation and consumer rights in a new friend-of-the-court brief 

Oscar Pistorius breaks down in tears during trial

by Rosie Howard-Williams The athlete burst into tears as he took the stand during his trial for fatally shooting his girlfriend.

NFL: Not-so Free Agency

By Kyle Robinson TV Mix takes a look at the National Football League's bargaining structure to see who benefits most -- the players or the teams?

Justin Bieber deposition: Rude as charged

By Todd Gilchrist The pop star was disrespectful when questioned by attorneys for a paparazzi who claims he was assaulted at Bieber's behest