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Lawyers for Johnny Depp, Amber Heard back in court to try and settle case

Attorneys for Johnny Depp and Amber Heard are set to face off in court one more time Friday in a last-ditch effort to settle the defamation case before the judge finalizes the trial verdict. The two sides were set to appear in court at 11 a.m. in Fairfax County Circuit Court for the hearing to determine if they will move forward with the settlements issued in the case spurred by a Washington Post op-ed penned by Heard. On June 1, a Virginia jury awarded Depp $15 million in damages — which was reduced to $10.35 million because of caps sets by state law...

Travelers Face More Flight Cancellations and Delays Over July Fourth Weekend

This Fourth of July weekend, more than 3.5 million people will travel by air, according to estimates from AAA. But many of those passengers are probably wondering whether they’ll actually make it onto the plane for their holiday trips, as flight cancellations and delays continue to surge. So far...

Look: Erin Andrews Is Furious With The Airlines Situation

FOX Sports sideline reporter Erin Andrews is apparently unhappy with the current air travel situation in America. Since last Thursday, over 32,000 flights have been delayed and more than 5,000 canceled, according to Business Insider, via FlightAware. On Sunday and Monday, over 1,000 domestic flights were canceled, and there are more cancelations and delays on the way.

Rupert Murdoch’s Spouses: Everything To Know About His 4 Wives

Rupert Murdoch has been one of the most influential people in the media industry for decades. He owns countless news outlets across the world with his company News Corp., including many major publications like The New York Post and Wall Street Journal. He’s also the owner of Fox News. The 91-year-old Australia-born media magnate has become a prominent figure through his business deals and his ownership of the various news organizations.

Here’s where Michael Dell hangs up his many hats

Michael Dell might be the most famous business owner to come out of the Lone Star State, next to investor Mark Cuban and Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. With Dell Technologies’ record first quarter—boasting revenue of $26.1 billion— Austonia published a list of the billionaire’s personal properties including the native Texan’s mainstays in the Austin area.