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Trump camp's lawsuit struck down in Pennsylvania

Judge Matthew Brann said the suit, which rested on allegations of irregularities, was "without merit".

The move paves the way for Pennsylvania to next week certify Joe Biden's win - he leads by more than 80,000 votes.

It is the latest blow to Donald Trump, who is trying to overturn his loss in the 3 November presidential election.

He has refused to concede and made allegations of widespread electoral fraud, without providing any evidence.

The lack of a concession has upended the process that normally follows a US election.

US election results: Trump and Biden each claim victory as lawsuits brew

The Trump campaign is challenging vote counts in the critical states of Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan.

The BBC projects Mr Biden won Michigan. US media forecast he has won Wisconsin. No result has emerged in Pennsylvania.

Winning all three of these Rust Belt states would make Mr Biden victorious.

     

Johnny Depp settles lawsuit with former management

Depp took action against the company in 2017 claiming $25m (£20m) over their handling of his affairs, which he said left him more than $40m (£31m) in debt.

The Management Group then counter-sued, asserting that the actor had been responsible for his own money worries due to his $2m-a-month lifestyle.

A planned trial set for 15 August will not now go ahead.

No details have been given of the settlement but a spokesman for Depp said the actor was "pleased" with the outcome.

Bieber’s private parts spark lawsuit

The pop star is at the center of a former New York hospital employee’s wrongful-termination claim, her attorney David H. Rosenberg confirms to PEOPLE.

According to Rosenberg, Kelly Lombardo was terminated from her role as an emergency room department representative at Northwell Health on Long Island in June of this year after being accused of accessing Bieber’s private medical chart while he was being treated at the hospital a month prior.

Justin Bieber embroiled in US$100,000 lawsuit

The Sorry singer was at Houston's Cle nightclub last month when he unsuccessfully attempted to chug a beer bong, TMZ reports.

Robert Earl Morgan, a fellow pub-goer, shot video footage of Bieber on his cellphone, and Bieber wasn't happy.