Take-Two Interactive has announced "WWE 2K16" will be getting a fall launch date for past and current consoles.
After months of rumors and speculation, Take-Two Interactive, the distributor for 2K Sports' massively popular wrestling simulation video game, stated that "WWE 2K16" will be launched on Oct. 27.
2K Sports' parent company revealed the latest installment in the pro-wrestling video game series will be made available on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. A PC version of "WWE 2K16" was not specified. more >>
"Grand Theft Auto V" will getting a popular graphic enhancer mod to improve the look and feel of the game.
Information has just been released "Grand Theft Auto V" will soon be getting iCEnhancer, a well-received modification that will change the game's graphics for the better.
After iCEnhander thoroughly cleaned the look of "GTA IV's" Liberty City, it is soon set to do the same for Los Santos, as well. more >>
The historic Trinity Church in lower Manhattan is selling a lavish Soho town house, months after the retirement of its controversial former rector, the Rev. Dr. James H. Cooper, who had demanded the building as his home.
The church, seen as one of the world's richest Anglican parishes, has put the home on the market for $12 million, New York Post reports.
The church bought it for $5.5 million, claiming the building would be used as a permanent rectory for future leaders of the church, but is selling it after Cooper retired in February. more >>
NEW YORK — Barbara Green, the Christian co-founder of Hobby Lobby whose family won the landmark Hobby Lobby v. Burwell, case in the U.S. Supreme Court defending religious freedom last June, received The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty's Canterbury Medal during the firm's annual gala on Thursday and she declared "you can do a lot more than you think with God in your life" in accepting it.
The Becket Fund's Canterbury Medal recognized Green's courageous stance on religious beliefs as well as her strength as the public face of the family throughout two years of litigation, which ultimately resulted in Hobby Lobby's 2014 Supreme Court victory securing the religious liberty of closely held American family businesses. After accepting the fund's highest award, Green told the audience that her "heart is overflowing with blessing," but that the honor is not hers alone.
"I do want to clarify something — the decision was a family decision, to sue the Supreme Court," explained the Oklahoma City native. "We made it together. That means all the generations. … About 20 family members, and 12 of them are here tonight. We were united. I'm accepting this with great honor with them, I'm pretending they're up here on this stage right now." more >>
A leaked footage from a filming sequence of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2" features a massive explosion occurring in nighttime traffic.
"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2" is currently in the middle of filming in New York, and a video has been leaked showing a controlled explosion that destroys cars in the middle of freeway traffic.
The overnight filming shows what appears to be a vehicle chase scene shot by a fan from a bridge above the 33 Kensington Expressway in Buffalo, New York. An explosion occurs in the outbound lane, as cars and motorcycles headed for the 198 Expressway are propelled skyward in a burst of flames, while other vehicles make their escape away from the blast. more >>
NEW YORK — Kim Hye-Sook, who survived 28 years of agonizing pain and suffering in a North Korean prison camp, offered a detailed account of the forced labor, starvation and torture she endured under the Communist dictatorship while speaking at the U.N.'s "Victims Voices: A Conversation on North Korean Human Rights" event on Thursday.
Organized by the United States and South Korea, the event took place at the U.N.'s New York City headquarters and featured testimonies on human rights abuses in the DPRK from Hye-Sook as well as two other North Korean defectors. With help from a translator, Hye-Sook detailed her harrowing experience, which started when she was captured alongside her family at just 13 years old for reasons withheld from her at the time.
"I was taken to prison camp 18 and I was imprisoned there for 28 years, living in a life that is unimaginable, a life that is worse than a dog's, living a life like a slave," the North Korean defector began during the panel on human rights. more >>