A Christian fellowship student group is no longer being recognized at California State University, Stanislaus because its requirement that student leaders be Christian is considered discriminatory and a violation of a statewide non-discrimination order.
The University System of California is no longer recognizing Cal State Stanislaus' chapter of the Christian student organization Chi Alpha, which under the name of Stanislaus Christian Fellowship has been a part of the campus for over 40 years.
The group was deactivated after the school discovered that the group's constitution required students to hold a Christian faith in order to be placed into leadership positions, which is in direct violation of a state university system executive order of non-discrimination. more >>
Actress Chloe Sevigny is returning to FX's "American Horror Story" for season five's "Hotel," this time as part of the regular cast.
"American Horror Story" executive producer, Ryan Murphy announced on Twitter he is bringing back "Bloodline" actress Chloe Sevigny as a series regular for season five of the FX horror television show titled "Hotel."
Actress, model and fashion designer Sevigny who received Oscar and Golden Globe nominations for Best Supporting Actress for her critically acclaimed performance in her first mainstream role in the 1999 film, "Boys Don't Cry," initially appeared on six episodes of the second season, "American Horror Story: Asylum" as the doomed nymphomaniac Shelley. more >>
Adventure video game "Broken Age" is set to launch its Act 2 for PS4 and PlayStation Vita by the end of next month.
Double Fine Productions has just announced an Act 2 for its point-and-click adventure game, "Broken Age," which will be launched for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita on April 28.
Initially released in January 2014 under the working title, "Double Fine Adventure," the first Act of "Broken Age" began as a crowdfunded project, and ended up one of the largest of its kind with over 87,000 backers raising more than $3.45 million within the space of a month. It remains among the highest-backed crowdfunded ventures to date. more >>
A week after he was admitted to Orange County Medical Center in California with heart trouble, popular televangelist and faith healer Benny Hinn has been released and his says "God is faithful, my heart is strong."
"I've seen the hand of God at work, both through prayer and the physicians," said Hinn Friday in a release to The Christian Post.
"God is faithful. My heart is strong. I have no heart damage. My arteries are not blocked. There is no arterial damage. The AFib is being treated effectively, and my rapid heart rate has reduced considerably. I'm feeling stronger every day. The prognosis is good for a speedy and complete recuperation, and I am so glad to be heading home," he added. more >>
Actress Mila Kunis all but admitted she was married after being prodded by late night talk show host James Corden early this week.
"Jupiter Ascending" star Mila Kunis may have given a definite positive answer to ribbing from "The Late Late Show With James Corden" host who egged her to respond to his question on her marital status.
Kunis, 31, who has been engaged to her "That 70's Show" co-star, Ashton Kutcher since 2014, was wearing what was reported to be a diamond wedding ring on the show where she guested with Oscar winner, Tom Hanks. more >>
Microsoft has announced a two-wave system update for Xbox One that will be released next month, featuring several improvements to the console.
With Xbox One's system update pushed up for an early April release, Microsoft has just announced it will be improving the console's achievement apps and party app in two waves with the second half of the update expected to be announced in the following week.
While the first wave will include minor updates, users will still be able to appreciate improvements to the system, which Microsoft has revealed will be made available to preview program members initially. more >>