Roy Kronk, the meter reader who found Caylee Anthony's remains is suing the "National Enquirer" for defamation.
Editor's note: This story originally ran on June 17, 2011.
John Ramsey ties the knot with Jan Rousseaux, a Las Vegas designer
The husband and father of two reportedly had an affair with a young Florida TV reporter
Ex-actress Gigi Goyette claims she had an affair with the former governor
After pictures surface of Bobbi Kristina allegedly participating in drug use, the singer defends his little girl
The musician is "happy and healthy," her rep tells PEOPLE of a tabloid report of health problems
Online dating is like reading the National Enquirer in a dentist's office, performing in community theater or watching six consecutive hours of "Antiques Roadshow": Tons of people have done it, but no one wants to talk about it.
American Media, the publisher of the National Enquirer, announced plans Monday to file Chapter 11 later this month.
Former Vice President Al Gore will not face prosecution on an allegation of sexual assault from 2006.
Police in Portland, Oregon, say they reopened their investigation into a massage therapist's allegation that former Vice President Al Gore had "unwanted sexual contact" with her in 2006 because of procedural issues.
CNN's Joe Johns has more on a massage therapist's accusations against former Vice President Al Gore.
"Further investigation into this matter will only benefit Mr. Gore," says a family spokesperson
Police in Portland, Oregon, say they have reopened their investigation into a massage therapist's allegation that former Vice President Al Gore had "unwanted sexual contact" with her in 2006, a police spokeswoman said Wednesday.
Anderson Cooper digs deeper into an investigation of Al Gore, who was accused of "unwanted sexual contact" in 2006.
A picture of Sandra Bullock posing as a new mom on the cover of PEOPLE magazine sold millions of copies. A photo of an actress on her wedding day could go for hundreds of thousand of dollars. Fans love images of their favorite star as new parents or getting married.
They acknowledge rocky times in the past, but the Today host calls infidelity claims "ridiculous"
The actress is expecting her second child later this year
The National Enquirer is up for a Pulitzer Prize for their reporting on the John Edwards cheating scandal.
On Monday afternoon, the Pulitzer Prizes -- print journalism's highest honors -- were announced. Among the names not on the list: The National Enquirer.
Golf.com's Connell Barrett talks to CNN about Tiger Woods' press conference at the Masters in Augusta, Georgia.
A harsh portrait surfaces of Tiger's double life, outing his team as enablers
The politician's former mistress talks about their passionate past and uncertain future
PepsiCo's Gatorade said Friday that it has ended its business relationship with Tiger Woods.
"It's absolutely not true," says his rep of reports that Edwards asked his former mistress to marry him
Elin impersonated her husband in texts to Rachel Uchitel, a new report claims
Howard Kurtz talks about the tabloid tales of Tiger Woods with three journalists, including Christine Brennan.
A major sponsor for Tiger Woods announced Sunday that it is dropping the golf star in light of recent controversy swirling around his personal life.
Showbiz Tonight discusses the latest in the Tiger Woods drama, including an apology from an alleged mistress.
A British court has granted Tiger Woods an injunction prohibiting the publication of pictures of him taken or obtained in certain circumstances.
Tiger Woods' mother-in-law, Barbro Holmberg, was released from a hospital in "good condition" Tuesday afternoon, hours after she was admitted, a hospital spokesman said.
Meredith Baxter's recent revelation that she is a lesbian resonates with other celebrities who have been forced to discuss their sexuality publicly after gossip and tabloid speculation put a spotlight on the issue.
Showbiz Tonight looks into whether Elin should stay or split from Tiger Woods.
A New York nightclub hostess identified by a supermarket tabloid as Tiger Woods' mistress has called allegations that she is romantically involved with the golf superstar false and "ridiculous."
"Family Ties" actress Meredith Baxter made the media rounds Wednesday confirming the rumors that she is a lesbian.
Amid rumors about the golfer's accident, Rachel Uchitel says she barely knows him
He also calls the rumors surrounding the incident "malicious" as a 911 tape and photos of his car are released
This is going to sound very, very wrong... because, well, it is very, very wrong. But I'm sorry. I'll admit this straight out: I am fascinated by this Tiger Woods accident story. I'm fascinated, and I'm paying close attention, and I will read whatever stories come out about it. Sure, I know it's wrong. I know it's gossip. I know it's rubbernecking on a highway. I know. Tiger Woods and his family deserve some privacy in their lives. They should have the right to go on without having to share the most personal details of their lives. They should not have to deal with reporters and photographers stalking them. And so on. I believe these things with all my heart.
Woods has sent them away three times since his one-car accident Friday
Josh Duhamel and wife Fergie are denying another round of allegations from an Atlanta stripper that she had a one-night stand with the actor.
"This story is absolutely ridiculous," says the actor's rep - but the dancer insists she's telling the truth
Doctors gave Anna Nicole Smith a long list of dangerous drugs over the three years before her death, including while she was pregnant, according to sworn statements by investigators from state agencies.
A little cellulite isn't going to hold her back, says the supermodel and mother of two
After alleging that the tabloid checked her mother out of a nursing home, the actress will get a public apology and donation
A rep for the couple shoots down reports of an impending breakup
Brooke Shields is upset with a tabloid reporter over an incident involving the actress' elderly mother.
A.J. Hammer reports on allegations that a reporter took Brooke Shields' mom out of a nursing home.
Teri Shields, 75, who suffers dementia, was found unharmed next door talking to a journalist, police say
It's been more than a year since a racial slur threatened to end the television career of Duane "Dog the Bounty Hunter" Chapman. But the incident still weighs heavily on his mind.
Following a report he's at death's door, the actor tells PEOPLE he's in fact "responding well" to treatment (and even has a new dog)
"Their marriage continues to be quite healthy," he says of the Live! star and Mark Consuelos
The TV chef is having "very minor surgery" for a benign cyst on her vocal cord, says her rep
Two recent stories are a prime example of how important it is for the media to confront the reality of rumors in the age of the Internet.
Roland Martin's weekly commentary talks about whether Bill Clinton is a racist.
Rumors about John Edwards' love affair had been circulating for months, but it wasn't until the former Democratic presidential candidate admitted to the affair that national news organizations jumped on the story.
CNN's Anderson Cooper takes a deeper look at the woman John Edwards says he had an affair with.
Former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards admitted Friday to having an extramarital affair in 2006 with a woman who worked on his campaign.
CNN's Wolf Blitzer talks to National Enquirer editor David Perel about the John Edwards sex scandal.
An anthrax victim's widow said new evidence about the suspect in the 2001 attacks released to the public supports her $50 million lawsuit blaming the federal government for her husband's death.
Angelina Jolie is the talk of the Cannes Film Festival.
California first lady Maria Shriver is among more than 30 celebrities and other high-profile patients who had their confidential records breached at UCLA Medical Center
The actor has a "limited amount of disease" and is "responding well to treatment," his doctor says
A rep for Mischa Barton's family on Wednesday blasted a tabloid report that the actress's sister was hospitalized for a drug overdose.
Duane "Dog" Chapman is apologizing after being caught on tape repeatedly saying the N-word.
Dog the Bounty Hunter star Duane "Dog" Chapman is apologizing for making racist slurs in a phone call to his son that was taped and made public in the National Enquirer.
"Saddam & Osama Adopt Shaved Ape Baby!" "Vengeful Frogs Eat French Chef's Legs!" The tabloid that pioneered fake news is dead this week. Or is it?
Scientists find an enormous empty swath in space. How does it change what we know about the origins of the universe?
Following doctor's orders that she stop smoking, Courtney Love has already cut her nicotine consumption in half - to 20 cigarettes a day.
Farrah Fawcett, who was declared cancer-free in February, discovered this week the cancer has returned, PEOPLE has confirmed.
Brangelina! TomKat! Britney and KFed!
The wife of the lone survivor of the Sago mine tragedy has sued his brother and the National Enquirer over the publication of a hospital room photograph showing Randy McCloy on life support.
After a lengthy legal fight that went all the way to Florida's highest court, a judge Wednesday gave prosecutors some of Rush Limbaugh's private medical records related to his use of prescription drugs. But the judge returned the rest of the records, seized in 2003, to the conservative talk show host.
About three weeks before Robert Blake's wife was killed, the actor's housekeeper noticed a man sitting in a strange car across the street, a "curious" sighting, she thought, because it was the second time in two weeks.
There's a reason that you are not in the first sentence of this story—and that Fern Reiss is. Is it that she has authored five whole books? That she has been quoted in more than 100 publications, i...
YOU SEE THE strangest things on the magazine racks in the supermarket checkout line. That, of course, is where you find American Media's Weekly World News, famous for cover stories like WORLD'S FAT...
Lost in the hullabaloo over whether Google's Dutch-auction IPO was an egalitarian watershed or a bureaucratic disaster is the fact that the Internet search giant set itself up as a dual-listed comp...
Scott Peterson's strange driving patterns dominated testimony at his double-murder trial Thursday as prosecutors questioned seven undercover agents who tracked the fertilizer salesman after his wife disappeared.
The judge in the Scott Peterson murder trial ruled Tuesday that he must preview all court filings to determine if they contain sensitive materials that might fall under a protective order.
David Pecker is masterful at generating buzz. The American Media CEO created a torrent of it recently when he hired US Weekly's Bonnie Fuller to be chief editorial director of his tabloid empire, w...
Pond-hopping celebrities and moguls will soon have to make do with plain old 747s. On May 30, Air France will mothball its five Concordes; on Oct. 25, British Airways will retire its seven. The Con...
Sharon Osbourne may know nothing about Six Sigma, but you should take notes anyway. Ozzy Osbourne's longtime (long-suffering?) wife and manager built the heavy-metal Ozzfest into the top music fest...
Just as we were counting the days until the death of the scooter, David Hasselhoff cruises through Manhattan on one. Could Streetwatch soon be a reality? One man sure hopes so: Carlton Calvin, the ...
It's mobile, all right; and it's a home. But after that, any similarity between a private railroad car and even the most sumptuous Winnebago ends. This I discovered when, toward sunset on an autumn...
For a do-good investor, John Rogers does much better than you'd think. His $168 million Ariel Growth fund shuns the stocks of polluters, tobacco companies, and outfits with insufficiently diverse w...