Meagan Good is gearing up to star in the Fox dramatic series, "Minority Report" and believes that she spoke the blessing of a new role into existence.
Good, the 34-year-old Christian actress who previously starred in "Think Like A Man" and "Anchorman 2," spoke about feeling blessed to star in "Minority Report," which is a small screen adaptation from the 2002 Steven Spielberg film.
"It's an incredible feeling. It's a blessing," Good said at the Television Critics Association's summer press tour, according to thewrap.com. "Last year, I said this was exactly the thing I wanted to do and a year later it manifested …" more >>
Undercover videos showing abortion provider Planned Parenthood selling aborted baby parts can continue after biomedical company StemExpress failed, through legal action, to stop their release.
The Superior Court of the state of California issued a ruling Thursday denying StemExpress' request for a "specified discovery" that would have given them possession of the video and thus kept it from being released publicly.
"The Court, for good cause shown, may order that 'specified discovery' be conducted notwithstanding the general prohibition. Plaintiff seeks to demonstrate that such good cause exists. However, Plaintiff's papers fail to make that showing," read the ruling. more >>
GoPro, Inc. has announced it is pushing back the original fall launch date for its upcoming GoPro Hero 5 to 2016.
GoPro Hero 5, which is expected to take its place as the world's most powerful action camera when it hits the scene, has been rescheduled for an early 2016 launch instead of the original October 2015 release.
The San Mateo, California tech manufacturer's decision to delay the Hero 5 release has to do with incorporating additional upgrades to its latest videographic camera. more >>
He can recite books of the Bible from memory, and this fall semester Tom Meyer, a member of Wordsower International Ministries, will be teaching a Bible memorization course at California-based Shasta Bible College and Graduate School.
"The students are graded on their accuracy of memorizing a smaller book in one semester and presenting that book dramatically, from memory, in their local church or in our chapel service," said Meyer, who told The Christian Post that he's limiting the course, which starts Aug. 25, to 12 students.
"Whether they memorize by reading aloud, hearing, or writing, the necessity to meditate on the text will establish the Word in their heart and hopefully provide them with a greater walk with God." more >>
Blizzard Entertainment has recently announced several new features for their upcoming "World of Warcraft: Legion," including flying mounts.
After fan protests earlier in the year following reports there would be no flying mounts in the next "World of Warcraft" expansion, Blizzard Entertainment has done an about-face and announced players will get to fly with the "World of Warcraft: Legion" expansion.
The Irvine, California video game developer presented "Legion" last Thursday at the GamesCom 2015 in Cologne, Germany. Several features were announced, including new weapons, additional areas, and the ability to fly over The Broken Isles. more >>
The Center for Medical Progress has released its sixth video shining a light on Planned Parenthood's aborted baby parts compensation practices. The video claims that Planned Parenthood and its partner, StemExpress, are pressuring women to have abortions and are harvesting babies' body parts without the consent of their mothers.
The video, which was released by CMP Wednesday morning, is the continuation of an interview from the third web video released by CMP in July featuring Holly O'Donnell, an ex-procurement technician for StemExpress.
O'Donnell, who previously said she unknowingly took the job as a fetal tissue procurement officer when she was hired as a phlebotomist, detailed the unethical procurement processes and techniques used by StemExpress agents, as the company's various procurement officers are responsible for collecting specific fetal organs and tissues that meet certain criteria needed for research clients. more >>