Chris Pratt issued a lengthy advanced apology on Facebook on Friday ahead of any offensive comments he might make while promoting the upcoming film “Jurassic World.”
A Canadian jeweler is under fire for displaying posters in his store advocating traditional marriage, which has prompted one same-sex couple to ask for a refund of their custom-made engagement rings.
Media giant Matt Drudge blasted Republican leadership on Twitter Friday night after the GOP-led Senate approved a new free trade bill.
In an age where the vast majority of Americans never put on a uniform, actors say movies and plays that share a first-person perspective of war with the audience are one way the nation can understand the sacrifices made by those who served.
New York City lawyers have ordered Rev. Al Sharpton’s daughter Dominique not to delete Instagram photos of her recent hiking trip in Indonesia. Ms. Sharpton has filed a $5 million lawsuit against the city for “permanent” injuries she claims are attributable to falling on an uneven sidewalk.
TLC has pulled “19 Kids and Counting” from its schedule following an apology by Josh Duggar after reports that he molested five underage girls when he was 14.
A 21-gun salute meant to honor Civil War soldiers killed in battle has been scrapped in Stroudsburg, Pa. because it violates a local code.