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By Isaac Orr
New carbon-dioxide rules would put America in the dark
Topic - Jesse Ventura
Former pro wrestler and politician Jesse Ventura used to be known as Jesse "The Body" Ventura during his wrestling days. Now he'll be known to many simply as "The Jerk."
Jesse Ventura said the $1.8 million he was just awarded in a defamation suit he first filed against slain Navy SEAL Chris Kyle — but carried out and finished against widow Taya and her two children — would go for his attorney fees.
The passage from the best-selling memoir "American Sniper" that sparked former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura's defamation lawsuit against author Chris Kyle will be removed, publisher HarperCollins said Wednesday.
A jury awarded former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura $1.8 million Tuesday in his lawsuit against the estate of "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle.
A judge on Wednesday allowed former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura's defamation lawsuit against the widow of slain "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle to go to trial.
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura contends he isn't going after the widow of slain "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle by continuing his defamation lawsuit, but rather the publisher's insurance company.
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura — perhaps better known for his high-profile wrestling career — has moved to Mexico to hide out from drones.
Former Minnesota governor and pro-wrestling kingpin Ventura still eyes the big ring. The big political ring, that is. And it is a place with a lot of moving parts these days.
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura, who has been toying with a White House run himself, is convinced that Americans should not have to pay taxes during the federal government shutdown.
Jesse Ventura — the former World Wrestling Federation wrestler-turned-governor of Minnesota — may pursue a lawsuit against former Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle, now deceased, subbing in his widow as the defendant instead.
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura has decided to substitute Chris Kyle's wife, Taya, in a defamation suit he has filed against the slain Navy SEAL.
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura is back from his part-time home in Mexico and eagerly spreading the idea he could run for the U.S. presidency in 2016.
The ever-fierce Jesse Ventura says it doesn't matter who wins the presidential election any more because the office has devolved into a kind of bipartisan gangland. To make his point, the former Minnesota governor and wrestling god has written a new book titled "DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans: No More Gangs in Government."
Jesse Ventura thinks his time as Minnesota's governor makes an acting role as Indiana's governor not much of a stretch.
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura will portray the governor of Indiana in the movie "The Drunk," now filming in Terre Haute.
In an interview with CNBC in February as reported by The Politico, Mr. Ventura explained he was hiding from drones: "I'm off the grid.
According to the account in Mr. Kyle's book, "American Sniper," Mr. Ventura uttered a disparaging comment about the Navy SEALs, for which Kyle allegedly punched him.