Hallmark movie star Candace Cameron Bure — known for her role in the 90s sitcom “Full House” — is raising her voice not against vaccination, but against mandates.
Brooklyn Nets point guard Kyrie Irving is jeopardizing his position as one of the highest-paid players in the NBA over his refusal to get vaccinated against COVID-19. But so far, he’s not backing down.
The social media video-sharing website YouTube has suspended conservative commentator and comedian Steven Crowder's channel for one week, claiming Crowder broke their rules about hate speech.
Lego has taken another step toward going woke, announcing it's eliminating so-called gender bias from its products.
After three fights over the last three years featuring nine combined knockdowns and a wealth of unforgettable moments, British fighter Tyson Fury finally ended his epic rivalry with Deontay Wilder with one final punch during the 11th round of their heavyweight fight Saturday night in Las Vegas, Nevada.
A new Superman is coming, and even he’s not immune to today’s cultural pressures. On Monday, DC Comics announced the next iteration of Superman — Jon Kent, the son of Clark Kent — will take a “bold new direction” by coming out as bisexual.
Hollywood icon Morgan Freeman isn’t on board with defunding the police.
Former New Orleans Saints wide receiver Austin Carr announced that he is "committed to following the voice of God" and will be retiring from the NFL.
Believing for years she would go on to become a concert pianist, covering religion for one of the largest news networks in the country wasn’t really on her radar.
ESPN host Sage Steele has issued an apology just days after criticizing her employer, The Walt Disney Company, for mandating staffers’ vaccination against COVID-19.