In an almost humorous way of tossing a $42 million lawsuit against the globally acclaimed Taylor Swift, a witty judge has dismissed the case that said Swift took lyrics of Jessie Braham's song.
In his lawsuit, Braham claimed that Swift took 92 percent of the lyrics in his song "Haters Gone Hate" to put it in her "Shake It Off" hit that was included in her "1989" album released in 2014.
The musician brought his cause before a California court, unknowing of the consequences that went with suing one of the most famous faces in the world today. more >>
The University of Southern California will be purchasing a church property that dates back to the 1930s as part of the public academic institution's ongoing expansion efforts.
USC is in negotiations to finalize the purchase of the campus of United University Church, a Los Angeles-based church jointly operated by a United Methodist congregation and a Presbyterian congregation.
Pastor Frank Wulf of United Church told The Christian Post that he could not comment on the pending transaction, but direct CP to an earlier interview he gave to The Los Angeles Times. more >>
Blizzard has announced it is bringing its first-person shooter "Overwatch" over to the Xbox One and PS4, following rumors the MOBA-style game would be adding to its platforms.
Initially intended for PC, California-based developer Blizzard Entertainment's multiplayer first-person shooter video game, "Overwatch," has been officially slated to be released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One as well when it is launched next year.
The announcement was made during the two-day BlizzCon held at the Anaheim Convention Center the previous weekend, following information the much-anticipated game is scheduled to be released in the spring of 2016. more >>
A California school district has banned all drawings of religious figures after a parent complained about a class assignment to draw the Islamic prophet Muhammad.
Fox News reported on Monday that the Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District made the announcement last week, noting that the controversial assignment was part of a seventh-grade history worksheet called "Vocabulary Pictures: The Rise of Islam."
"I have directed all staff to permanently suspend the practice of drawing or depiction of any religious leader," Superintendent Brent Woodard told the Los Angeles Daily News last week. "I am certain this teacher did not intend to offend anyone and, in fact, was simply teaching respect and tolerance for all cultures." more >>
Even if 2016 Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton endorses Shariah law for minority communities, she will still have the support of some of her most loyal fans.
In a new viral YouTube video released Monday, media analyst Mark Dice tells Hillary supporters that one of her primary campaign promises is to implement Shariah law in America. He then asks if she still has their support and they remained unfazed.
The majority of those interviewed said they would support Shariah law if Clinton supported it. At least one person admitted they did not know what Shariah law is. more >>
For hundreds of millions of people, elevators are boring little boxes that transport you to various floors.
While standing elbow-to-elbow during crowded times, all you get to pass the awkward moments is generic music — if it can even be called music.
But this isn't the case at one office building located in San Francisco, California. There, they do elevators a wee bit differently. As in, awesomely different! more >>