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It has been reported that season 5 of "Shameless" will see a new love interest for Emmy Rossum's character Fiona.
Since the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge was issued weeks ago, many celebrities and athletes have taken part in it for a good cause. As of Sunday morning, the ALS association reported a whopping $70.2 million in donations, proving that people can make a difference while having fun at the same time.
Pretty soon, Apple and Samsung will be releasing the latest in their line of smartphones, the iPhone 6 and the Galaxy Note 4 in September. With the two company's well-known rivalry against each other, people are looking into how each fares against one another.
The man behind the controversial "Jesus Tattoo" movement will launch a new campaign "Death Row Jesus" on Wednesday to spread the message that God was the "worse criminal" while on earth.
Earlier this year, History Channel renewed its hit historical drama TV series "Vikings" for its third season with 10 more episodes. With that explosive season 2 finale, fans are already wondering what Ragnar Lothbrok (Travis Fimmel) will do now that he was already proclaimed the King of Denmark after slaying its former ruler Horik (Donal Logue).
Supporters of Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, who fatally shot unarmed teenager Michael Brown three Saturdays ago, have donated nearly $400,000, as of Tuesday morning, through the fundraising website gofundme.com to help the embattled officer.
British costume drama TV series "Downtown Abbey" has been officially announced to premiere in the U.S. for its fifth season this coming Jan. 4 of next year. Rumors have already been circulating that season 5 will open with "death-defying stunt," an aspect which fans of the show found unlikely to happen in the period drama series.
In the weeks after the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri there has been a slew of discussions over the events that happened. As expected, the Left took to social media to blame "institutional racism" in America for the events in Ferguson without giving any consideration to the facts.
Filipino boxing legend Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao (56-5-2) is slated to defend his World Boxing Organization (WBO) welterweight belt against the undefeated former kickboxer Chris Algieri (20-0) of the U.S. on Nov. 23, this year. Pacquiao, who will be turning 36 this December, will once again set foot in the Chinese gambling capital of Macau for the fight.
A recent article by the National Report took the internet by storm when it claimed that the multi-awarded, highly-acclaimed AMC crime drama TV series "Breaking Bad" will return for another season and it will start filming January 2015.
A sequel to "Man of Steel" is now looking to premiere on March 25, 2016 and will feature the rivalry between Batman and Superman. The film will be titled "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" and will take place after the events of the Kryptonian attack on Metropolis which killed thousands of people.
Namco Bandai announced the next title to their Tekken fighting game franchise, Tekken 7, during the 2014 Evolution Championship Series. The announcement was made alongside a trailer video.
Dr. Karen M. Johnson-Weiner, an expert on the Amish lifestyle, spoke with The Christian Post about the group's need for separation from the general public and their understanding of church and community.
Yes! He trusts his human owner enough to actually jump off the couch right into his arms.
It really started to unravel about the time of my freshman year in college... I felt like I had lost my identity. I had a real bout with depression, a real bout with not knowing who I was or what I wanted to do, no real direction in my life.
A Catholic priest described his shock at the conditions Iraqi Christian refugees face, saying that they were left helpless and angry at government soldiers who abandoned them to ISIS extremists after the militants began their attacks.
The Legend of Korra Book 3 was just concluded earlier this week and fans are already looking forward to Book 4.
A St. Louis Post-Dispatch crime reporter whose tweet about Ferguson last week went viral has clarified that her tweet is personal and she is currently not representing the newspaper as she is in fact on unrelated leave.
Back to the Bible, a 75-year-old global radio and web Christian ministry based in Lincoln, Nebraska, announced last week that, after less than a year in the post, they have fired their radio Bible teacher, Dr. John Munro, senior pastor of the storied Calvary Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, for "inappropriate conduct and behavior," without further elaborating on the details.
An African American social justice leader who is currently in Ferguson, Missouri, emphasized that she wants to see the justice system affirm Michael Brown's image of God.