Wednesday, July 26, 2017 2:58 PM PT
By TRACI RORK 

     JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (CN) - A federal judge refused to throw out a class action accusing the maker of Mike and Ike and Hot Tamales of deceptively packing their candy boxes less than two-thirds full.

By NICHOLAS IOVINO 

     SAN FRANCISCO (CN) - The National Football League has defeated an antitrust class action claiming it conspired with 27 teams to suppress cheerleaders' wages and restrict their mobility.

By EMILY ZANTOW 

     MILWAUKEE (CN) - A federal judge granted a preliminary injunction against Milwaukee County's ordinance requiring augmented-reality game makers to obtain a special permit for games like "Pokemon Go."

By WIRE SERVICES 

     St. LOUIS (AP) - A federal judge approved an $11.2 million settlement between the marital infidelity website Ashley Madison and users who sued after hackers released personal information, including financial data and details of their sexual proclivities.

By BRITAIN EAKIN 

     WASHINGTON (CN) - A federal judge hastened completion of a documentary decades in the making about the FBI's role in the Vietnam anti-war movement by ordering the agency to churn out nearly 3,000 pages of documents a month.

By JOSH RUSSELL 

     MANHATTAN (CN) - Madonna won a court order Tuesday temporarily halting auctions of private and personally sensitive items such as her panties, hairbrush and love letters, including one from the late rapper Tupac Shakur.

By ADAM KLASFELD 

     MANHATTAN (CN) - The first time appropriation artist Richard Prince used a photographer's image of a Rastafarian man in a work of art, he achieved a landmark federal appellate ruling extending fair-use protections. But Prince's second riff on the same theme might leave him feeling burned.

By EMILY ZANTOW 

     CHICAGO (CN) - A New York-based cosmetics artist claims in a federal lawsuit that the name and logo of Kim Kardashian West's KWW makeup line are likely to be confused with her line of products.

By LORRAINE BAILEY 

     (CN) - A Fox executive accused of sexually harassing a contributor seeks $48 million, claiming the network used him as a "scapegoat" to demonstrate its intent to tackle the systemic harassment of women who work at the network.

By TIM RYAN 

     WASHINGTON (CN) - An immigration bond company sued BuzzFeed for $5 million over a cover story it says was "full of false and defamatory statements," including that it was under federal investigation.

By MATT REYNOLDS 

     LOS ANGELES (CN) - A group representing the interests of a member of the 1960s pop trio the Dixie Cups has sued EMI in state court for royalties for the group's hit "Iko Iko."

By JAMIE ROSS 

     LOS ANGELES (CN) - A British artist sued Kylie Jenner, NBCUniversal and E! Entertainment on Tuesday, claiming they ripped off her art to promote the reality star's new TV show.

By DAVID LEE 

     BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (CN) - An Alabama woman claims in court that local news outlets incorrectly identified her and her minor relative as being involved in a human trafficking and sexual assault case by publishing photos of them instead of the suspect.

By DON DEBENEDICTIS 

     LOS ANGELES (CN) - Singer-songwriter Chris Brown claims in a lawsuit that a lawyer used armed men to try to extort him for $300,000 in the Philippines, threatening to have him jailed on phony charges and delaying his exit flight.

By DON DEBENEDICTIS 

     LOS ANGELES (CN) - Houston Rockets basketball star James Harden angrily broke an interviewer's finger outside a nightclub in Hollywood, the interviewer claims in a Friday lawsuit in Superior Court.

By SEAN DUFFY 

     (CN) - Seven-eighths of the brains of 202 former football players showed evidence of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a brain disease linked to repeated blows to the head, the Journal of the American Medical Association reported Tuesday.

By DON DEBENEDICTIS 

     LOS ANGELES (CN) - The government attorney prosecuting Robert Durst for murder tried for hours Tuesday to shake a longtime friend's support for the multimillionaire real estate heir, while sparring with other attorneys and the judge over complicated privilege issues.

By EMILY ZANTOW 

     WAUKESHA, Wis. (CN) - The jury for one of two Wisconsin girls accused of trying to stab their friend to death to please a fictional boogeyman will be chosen from the county where the crime occurred, a state judge ruled.

By WIRE SERVICES 

     FIGUERES, Spain (AP) - Forensic experts in Spain have removed hair, nails and two long bones from Salvador Dali's embalmed remains to aid a court-ordered paternity test that may enable a woman who says she is the surrealist artist's daughter to claim part of Dali's vast estate.

By NICK CAHILL 

     SACRAMENTO, Calif. (CN) - California voters would decide the future of legal sports betting in the Golden State under a constitutional amendment introduced Thursday by a state lawmaker.

By WIRE SERVICES 

     BARCELONA, Spain (AP) - Spain's administrative court for sport has initiated disciplinary procedures against Spanish football federation president and FIFA vice president Angel Maria Villar after he was arrested and jailed in a corruption probe.

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