A federal appeals panel has tossed out a lawsuit against Hustler magazine brought by the family of a slain professional wrestling personality, a case testing privacy concerns and the competing right to publish "newsworthy" material.
The Supreme Court has decided that the family of a slain professional wrestling personality can continue its lawsuit against Hustler magazine, a case that tested privacy concerns and the competing right to publish "newsworthy" material.
After months of talk of bank bailouts and auto-industry rescues, along came Larry Flynt. The long-embattled porn purveyor had a cheeky message to Congress, requesting a bailout for the adult entertainment industry, to recover losses stemming from the nation's low libido.
Stop that $1 million check: It turns out the call girl linked to Eliot Spitzer had already shed her clothes for Girls Gone Wild as an 18-year-old while partying in Miami, the video company's founder said
Larry Flynt's Hustler magazine claimed credit for exposing Sen. David Vitter's connection to the "D.C. Madam" Tuesday, saying Vitter confessed after a journalist reported finding the senator's number in the escort service's phone records.
Magazine publishers could sure use a few extra bucks. Advertising is down, newsstand sales are in free-fall, and the cost of paper and printing is skyrocketing. But leave it to Martha Stewart. Who else would take a magazine into a real estate venture to spur profits?