Mara Wilson, the child star known for her roles in “Matilda,” “Mrs. Doutbfire,” and the 1994 remake of “Miracle on 34th Street,” is condemning Hollywood and the media for their sexualization of children.
Super Bowl-winning coach and network sports analyst Tony Dungy says families talking together about race will go a long way towards addressing racism in the U.S.
British actor-producer Sacha Baron Cohen admitted in a recent interview with NPR that his "Borat" movie sequel was intended to perform as a multimillion-dollar contribution to Joe Biden's presidential campaign.
Chalk up another unusual headline to the LGBTQ agenda. This time it's not a television or movie character who has suddenly turned trans, it's a children's toy that has been around for almost 70 years
Twitter, Facebook, and others insist they don't discriminate against conservatives, but they'll have a hard time convincing Project Veritas of that claim.
The U.S. Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion is still regarded as one of the country’s more controversial if not tragic events. While there’s endless talk about the decision, very little is known about the case behind it. The new movie “Roe v. Wade” goes behind the scenes, revealing how lies and deception helped influence the ultimate decision.
Worship leader and recording artist Pat Barrett gave the world the unforgettable song "Good Good Father." And this week, he has some new music to share. It's his sophomore, solo project, and it is called "Act Justly, Love Mercy, Walk Humbly."
Christian recording artist TobyMac has released a powerful new song, which he said is the "first song of hope" that he's written since the untimely death of his son, Truett McKeehan in Oct. 2019.
The new faith-based musical "A Week Away" is set to debut on Netflix next month. The film showcases a troubled teen who is faced with a tough choice: attend a Christian summer camp or go to juvenile detention.
After a year of weighing the impacts of the COVID pandemic, it’s clear how it’s led to greater sexual exploitation. The center investigating the trend has just released its annual Dirty Dozen List, and the connection of giants like Amazon, Netflix, and Chromebooks to sexual exploitation should set off major alarms in homes across the country.