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FNC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 17, 2005
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(Studio: Rick Folbaum) Tonight's stories: Boxing legend Muhammad Ali's receipt of a major German peace prize; the surviving Beatles' lawsuit against their record company for 53 million dollars in royalties; singer Jessica Simpson's filing for divorce from husband Nick Lachey; actress Renee Zellweger's denial that she is dating ex-husband Kenny Chesney again; an arrest warrant for a paparazzo charged in an attack on actress Reese Witherspoon; "American Idol" runner-up Constantine Morales' sitcom in the works; actor Tom Cruise awarded the dubious "stinkiest diaper of the year" honor; pop icon Michael Jackson on the verge of losing his Sony catalog; the recreation of rock-n-roll king Elvis Presley's homecoming to Mississippi.

Folbaum, Rick

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