Chuck Norris starred in "Walker, Texas Ranger - and didn't get the money to prove it.
Chuck Norris fact: he was the star of "Walker, Texas Ranger," and now he claims he's getting screwed out of some serious profits from the shows video-on-demand money. Chuck's company, Top Kick Productions, is going after CBS and Sony Pictures…
CBS is facing a $30 million breach-of-contract lawsuit for allegedly failing to pay agreed-upon profits from the hit 1990s series Walker, Texas Ranger to its star Chuck Norris. The lawsuit (read it here), filed Tuesday by Norris’ Top...Show More Summary
Join us for an in-depth live interview with the Chuck Norris of data security, Caston Thomas. This event will be on February 14, 20018 at 3pm Eastern, noon Pacific time. Our discussion will delve into the following areas: Defining the medical device data security challenge in realistic terms Changes required in IT and biomedical engineering […]
A number of market monetarist bloggers use the “Chuck Norris” metaphor for monetary policy credibility. The basic idea is that if the central bank credibly promises to do whatever it takes to hit its target, then NGDP growth expectations won’t fall very far, nominal interest rates will stay above zero, and the central bank won’t […]
The 1984 Chuck Norris movie Missing in Action was rushed into theaters just a couple of months before Rambo: First Blood Part II, because they had the same plot. It was non-stop action and violence as Norris, as Colonel James Braddock, tears up Vietnam to free POWs who were kept after the war's end. Show More Summary
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — God, Bugs Bunny and Chuck Norris were among the write-in votes that played a role in electing a Democrat to the U.S. Senate in Alabama for the first time in a quarter-century. More than 22,000 write-in ballots were cast on Dec. Show More Summary
In early November, Chuck Norris filed a lawsuit against medical device manufacturers involving gadolinium-based contrast media, a chemical used in MRI imaging scans. The lawsuit stated that the gadolinium that doctors injected into his wife Gena to improve the clarity of her MRIs have left her “weak and tired and with debilitating bouts of pain […]
Earlier this month, Chuck Norris and his wife Gena filed a lawsuit against manufacturers of MRI contrast agents, claiming that the gadolinium in them had "poisoned" Gena. But did it? The evidence linking gadolinium with the symptomsShow More Summary
Chuck and Gena Norris argued that gadolinium, a rare earth metal used as a contrast agent in MRI scans, caused Gena to suffer.
Actor Chuck Norris, 77, is reportedly suing 11 drug companies for “poisoning” his wife, 54-year-old former model Gena, with gadolinium, a heavy metal found in many contrast agents used to enhance magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans. Show More Summary
A new lawsuit filed by Chuck Norris alleges that his wife developed a serious condition after undergoing MRIs with contrast.
Celebrity conservative and living meme Chuck Norris is suing a medical company for allegedly poisoning his wife with gadolinium, a chemical commonly used in MRI machines.
Claiming that heavy metal from an MRI drug is leading to a debilitating illness, Chuck Norris and his wife Gena are suing seven pharmaceutical and medical diagnostic companies and their subsidiaries for failing to warn Gena or her healthcare providers of the risks of gadolinium. Gadolinium Deposition Disease (GDD)......
Action star Chuck Norris is taking action after his wife, Gena Norris, was allegedly poisoned by a chemical used in MRI imaging. The AP reports that the former “Walker, Texas Ranger” star filed a lawsuit today in California against medical...
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You might argue about what the internet's "first great meme" was, but Chuck Norris Facts is a classic. Did you ever wonder how Norris became the go-to tough guy of internet jokes? It all started with Vin Diesel on Something Awful. Seriously. Show More Summary
Chuck Norris stared death in the face — and was zapped back to life twice within minutes, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively! An insider close to the scary situation reveals to Radar the 77-year-old martial arts legend suffered two massive heart attacks in mid-July and endured a frantic 240-mile dash by ambulance and helicopter to get Read More
"Chuck Norris is exactly the kind of guy you want on your side,” former Alabama chief justice Roy Moore said in a news release. He should know, he's had the actor's backing before.
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