A waiter expressed outrage after what looked to be a $10 tip turned out to be a Christian tract with no money left over.
Lawrence Fishburne's newest movie role finds him as a reformed criminal from Detroit who becomes a preacher of a church.
The Wodka Vodka brand has sparked controversy over its latest billboard with some claiming it is offensive and others saying it's anti-Semitic.
With hackers easily able to crack passwords of users everywhere whether it be Facebook, cell phones, or emails, it is more important than ever to have a strong password on all of your accounts.
Every year millions of people watch the Thanksgiving Parade whether actually there or live on television, but most don't consider the amount of work in this year long process of getting the floats and balloons together.
Just two weeks after Facebook was under heavy attack for two or three days as the popular social networking site became the victim of a severe hacking spree affecting nearly every user on the site, it appears there is a new hack involving getting a new macbook air.
Mariah Yeater pulled the disappearing act once text messages from her cellphone leaked and confirmed her ex-boyfriend as the father of the baby she accused pop star Justin Bieber of fathering.
Ronan Farrow, child prodigy of stars Woody Allen and Mia Farrow, is representing the United States as a Rhodes Scholar along with 31 others from across the globe.
Scotty MCreery, the 2011 American Idol winner, has like got himself involved in Operation Christmas Child to help donate toys and other goodies for less fortunate children around the globe.
Rihanna is the subject of controversy after her latest performance in the United Kingdom’s "The X Factor" had some viewers turning heads for objectionable content instead of revealing clothing.
The Recording Academy announced the 2012 Grammy Hall Of Fame inductees.
Casting Crowns won an American Music Award last night for "Favorite Artist" in the Contemporary Inspirational Category.
Christian music legend Michael W. Smith appeared for a performance on Jewelry Television to promote his 23rd album Glory on Sunday.
Viral videos have become an integral part of pop culture with millions of people all over the world creating, sharing, liking, and watching complete strangers for the sheer pleasure of entertainment.
Earlier this week Facebook was under heavy attack for two or three days as the popular social networking site became the victim of a severe hacking spree affecting a majority of users on the site. From that fallout it now seems one user, Courtney Zito, became the voice of the masses as she was repeatedly quoted on numerous websites and television news programs.
A 14-year-old middle school student from New Jersey has raised questions tackling both political correctness and racial tensions – causing an outcry in her community that resulted in the girl receiving death threats.
Former "SNL" actress Victoria Jackson has sparked controversy with the disparaging remarks made on her new web show about Occupy Wall Street, homosexuals, and Muslims.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt has recently made headlines for the YouTube video asking him on a date, except he might not know it yet.
Adele has undergone microsurgery on her throat to treat a benign polyp on her vocal chords while in a Boston hospital.
Internet super empire Google will unleash its very own music store tonight in an attempt to take on Apple and its monopoly of iTunes.
Miley Cyrus has been a topic of conversation the last couple of days due to an apparent slight weight gain leading some in the media world to deem her "fat." The media response has outraged parents, teenagers, women, and most importantly, Cyrus who fired back on Twitter.
Just two days after the worst Facebook hack in the site's history, resulting in the mass spamming of porn and violent images to users news feeds, the site appears to have rid most of the hack.
It appears Facebook has addressed the porn and gore spam problem it had over the last couple of days with most traces of the objectionable material out of sight.
The U.S. Special Operation Command has released a statement saying Chuck Pfarrer's book on how Osama bin Laden really died is completely fake and made up.
Facebook has been under heavy attack the last couple of days as the social networking site has become the latest victim of a severe hacking spree affecting many users at random.