Despite initially coming up short, the California assembly and senate approved the nation’s first ban of single-use plastic bags.
Cameron says, “It’s obvious that there is a deliberate attempt to snuff out the holy root that has produced all this wonderful Christmas-time fruit.”
Pastor Michael V. Williams claims “While Christians are becoming increasingly tolerant of homosexuals, homosexuals are becoming increasingly intolerant of us.”
Tensions in Ferguson, MO heightened again on Friday night after police controversially chose to release an alleged video of Mike Brown.
Satellite TV provider DISH Network urged Federal Communications Commission officials this week to reject the proposed merger of Comcast with Time Warner Cable.
Republicans thought they could successfully finagle the state’s congressional districts in 2012. On Thursday, a federal judge proved them wrong.
Some of the more interesting stories that hit the web this past week included an open carry restaurant, big sharks, hand gestures operating computers and Google Maps.
Amazon Studios announced this week they had greenlit production of a pilot for an hour-long contagion thriller series, Hysteria. The story follows neurologist Dr. Logan Harlen as she returns to her hometown of Austin, Texas.
The 4th annual VidCon kicked off on Thursday in Anaheim, California, and speakers couldn’t have been more bullish about the future of online video.
Nearly four months after the on-set death of 27 year-old camera assistant Sarah Jones, the tragedy continues to galvanize the film industry and make headlines — with the focus of many of the latter now shifting to the inevitable lawsuits.
On Monday this week, the FAA made what may be the next step in that evolution when it announced in a press release that it’s reviewing applications from seven film and television production companies to use drones for aerial photography.
Weird stories that hit the web this past week involved robot cars, fruit flies, a flying rhinoceros and corporate tweets.
Following actor Paul Walker’s death last November 30, Universal Studios and the creative team behind the studio’s Fast & Furious 7 were tasked with the difficult decision of how to finish the film.
Some interesting tidbits that hit the web within the past week or so include dog walking drones, a UFO in China, Dracula and Netflix.
Stories that hit the web this past week include the zombie apocalypse, Godzilla’s anatomy, wheel design and fat Arnold Schwarzenegger.
H. R. Giger – artist, sculptor, and dark, imaginative architect of our collective nightmares – died last Monday, May 12. An administrator from the Giger Museum said he died of injuries suffered in a fall. He was 74.
Republicans will continue to deny climate change even though glaring examples are more and more common each day. Case in point: This week’s wildfires in San Diego.
“The NFL, like most of the rest of American business, is about to learn that when you trample the Christian community and Christian values there will be a terrible financial price to pay,”
Stories that hit the web this past week involved man-made DNA, edible water bottles. yawning and expensive name brands.
Office IVA of the RSHA (Reichssicherheitshauptamt (Reich Main Security Office) dealt with communism, Marxism, and reaction. Office IVA3 dealt with liberalism and immigrants.