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LAX Airport Plans Private Terminal for Celebrities to Prevent Injuries

Luxury living gets a new refinement with the announcement that LAX is opening a special terminal for celebrities, VIPs, and anyone else with cash to spare. Tired of the throngs of fans who swarm them as they travel stars like Reese Witherspoon petitioned the Los Angeles airport for this private terminal, The Wall Street Journal reported last week.

The airport approved the move to prevent injuries, ostensibly. The new private terminal will be managed by a security agency used by many stars. But the owner says that only ten percent of private travelers will be celebrities.

Charlie Sheen's TV Love Interest Jenny McCarthy Worries About HIV

Charlie Sheen's announcement that he is HIV-positive is cause for concern, according to his former Two and a Half Men co-star, Jenny McCarthy. She played his love interest on the television sitcom and complained on her SiriusXM radio show today that Sheen failed to make the necessary disclosures, USA Today reported.

Sheen's manager responded to the allegations in a statement to People magazine, saying that the actor contracted HIV long after he was on the show. But McCarthy is not the only woman who has complained already that Sheen failed in his obligation to disclose his disease, and it seems likely there will be more to come.

Rihanna Announces 'Marihanna' Marijuana Brand

Every week there seems to be another celebrity announcing a new canna-biz. The latest is pop goddess Rihanna, whose love of weed has apparently been long-documented on her Instagram account, reports Pop Crush.

She allegedly announced the forthcoming "Marihanna" brand marijuana at the High Times Cannabis Cup in Negril, Jamaica. But neither Rihanna, nor her people, have confirmed the reports since then.

Charlie Sheen Is HIV Positive, Raising Questions About Disclosure Laws

Actor Charlie Sheen revealed that he is HIV-positive after spending more than $10 million to keep the disease a secret, he told the Today Show's Matt Lauer. He said that his diagnosis was a turning point in his life and that he had only trusted the secret to a few people before today, according to the show's website.

Sheen told Lauer that he has known about his diagnosis for four years but spoke out to break free from the prison of extortion. But the revelations raise interesting questions about the legal obligations surrounding sexually transmitted diseases. There are places where failure to disclose lands people in prison.

Snoop Dogg Launches Canna-biz Leafs by Snoop

Given his penchant for verse about weed, it should come as no surprise that Snoop Dogg is getting into the canna-biz again. Leafs by Snoop -- spoofing Beats by Dre -- launched in Colorado this week, reports The New York Daily News.

But this is not the rapper's first investment in the business of legal weed. Marijuana is a big money maker and is already a legal recreational drug in Colorado. Snoop Dogg is getting involved in everything from cannabis candy and concentrates to delivery. Earlier this year, he announced his association with Eaze, the so-called Uber of medical marijuana delivery.

Justin Bieber Graffiti Inspires Sarcastic Threats of Legislation

When Bieber tweets, politicians listen. Or rather, they listen and make jokes on Twitter that other people take seriously.

A Boston City Councilor this week had to explain that he does not actually intend to try to pass legislation preventing Justin Bieber-inspired graffiti, according to the Associated Press, as reported by US News and World Report .

Bieber asked artists inspired by his music to paint murals like the one on a Boston pizza shop, an image that he tweeted to fans. Councilor Matt O'Malley then joked that he would have to work on legislation to prevent such works. But he did not mean it.

Greatest Hits: The Best of Celebrity Trademarks

Property can be an abstract notion and intellectual property is particularly difficult to value. Few of us would think to trademark the things we say or our children's names, and if we tried, it would not work. For the rich and famous, however, it can make sense to claim ownership over some seemingly silly stuff.

Celebrities have filed trademark applications for catchphrases, snippets, song lyrics, nicknames, and even given names. Some were approved. Here are some highlights of celebrity trademarks (or attempts to trademark) as reported by CNBC.

Personality person Dan Bilzerian is suing personality website TheDirty.com, claiming that STD rumors are false. (If you, like me, need a primer on Mr. Bilzerian, here you go.)

The lawsuit stems from an allegation from a commenter on one of the site's stories, claiming she contracted chlamydia from Bilzerian.

While marijuana is legal for recreational use in a few states, most marijuana users currently need the drug for medical purposes.

Despite being able to get the drug legally, access is still an issue for many users. Either their conditions prevent them from making frequent trips to a dispensary, or the nearest dispensary is a frequent target for crime.

Have no fear! Snoop Dogg is coming to the rescue! Well, not really. However, he is investing millions of dollars in a weed delivery service aimed at making access to marijuana safer and easier.

Ever had a celebrity's picture pop up while you were scrolling through Tinder? Did you swipe right? Or, did you automatically swipe left because you assumed it was a fake account?

With Tinder's new verified accounts feature, you can be assured that the girl that looks like Hillary Duff really is the pop star, and not some fake.