The east side of the country continues to experience winter at full force due in part of the harsh weather conditions. A mixture of snow, rainfall and wind have all summoned to the eastern side affecting northern states such as New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey.
The death of Christian actor Paul Walker left many of his projects and films unfinished. However, the fallen actor's legacy will continue to live through his charity, ROWW (Reach Out Worldwide), thanks to his younger brother, Cody Walker.
Christian rapper Andy Mineo has been making his mark in music with his popularity among Christian fans and his recent exposure to mainstream media. However, the New York native's first spotlight interview on RapFix Live raised eyebrows among fans for calling Christian rap "corny."
Nominations for the 86th Annual Academy Awards brought forth a lot of snubs and surprises, but one film in particular got the biggest surprise of them all. The Christian film, "Alone, Not Yet Alone" was amongst the films earning a nomination for the golden Oscar statue for Best Original Song.
A resident from Pinellas Park, Florida and The Freedom From Religion Foundation are seeking to put an end to the placement of the Bible that has been displayed at the City Council Chambers since 1975. The group deems the display of the Bible as "inappropriate" and a violation of the Constitution because it promotes the religion of Christianity.
Washington and Colorado are two states where marijuana has been legalized, but the debates on whether this new law constitutes the appropriate regulations is still in question by even the pro-marijuana groups.
Hollywood's most prestigious night in cinema is well under way with the announcement of the full nominees for the 86th Annual Academy Awards. The Oscars are the historic awards recognizing the very best in cinema and films from 2013.
The sudden and shocking death of actor Paul Walker on November 30 left the world stunned and sadden. Opening up for the first time in an interview, his close friend and "Fast and Furious" co-star Tyrese Gibson remembered his fallen friend on "The Arsenio Hall Show."
MTV's reality show "16 & Pregnant" may be the reason for the recent decline in teen pregnancies according to a new research report by professors Melissa S. Kearney and Phillip B. Levine. The show that has led to the "Teen Mom" spin-offs, documents the hardships of young teens who become mothers early on and the dramatic changes that forces them to transition from kids to adults rapidly.
A 12-year-old student who was described as a "smart kid and a nice kid" is currently under arrest for the school shooting at Berrendo Middle School in New Mexico which left two students wounded on January 14.
Pope Francis addressed the "horrific" notion of abortion on Monday January 13 in state of the world speech, and the "unnecessary" discarding of human beings that the Roman Catholic Church has always considered murdered.
The days of freedom of religion are still non-existent in many parts of the world, and the number of devoted Christians who gave their lives for their faith proves this very fact. According to the non-denominational group, Open Doors USA, the numbers of deaths reported from martyrs have almost doubled in 2013 from the year prior.
NASA's newest telescopic image resembles a giant hand in space that is now being titled as the "Hand of God," which is bringing countless of interpretations and possible definitions from scientists and spectators.
Actress Candace Cameron Bure, a devoted Christian, is not afraid to let the world know that she is a happily submissive wife who lets her husband lead her household. In her newest book, Balancing It All: My Story of Juggling Priorities and Purpose, Bure acknowledges that her husband, former hockey player Valeri Bure, is the decision-maker of the house and honors the Biblical definition of "submission."
The road to the Oscars has officially begun! The 71st Annual Golden Globes took place Sunday, January 12, recognizing the year's best in film and television by the Hollywood Foreign Press. By popular demand, funny ladies Tina Fey and Amy Poehler once again hosted Hollywood's "biggest party," after stealing the show and its audiences last year.