Looking for some family fun? How about a caveman Ben Stiller? Here are the DVDs, Blurays and games coming this week.
The FBI says that a California man tried to join ISIS. Adam Dandach was caught because he was afraid of his mother.
Get ready to make a fool out of yourself in front of your friends in your living room — Rock Band 4 is coming!
Legend of Korra creators Bryan Konietzko and Mike DiMartino have revealed the details for Book 2 of the hit cartoon series.
Claiming that his interest is in protecting children, Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is looking to ban the sex acts as he mounts a campaign for the governorship.
The accused rapists allegedly filmed the horrific deed on their cell phones.
The amount of apps in the App Store can be overwhelming. In this post we’ll let you know which apps are worth paying for.
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“The Conjuring,” which came out in theaters today, is a horror movie apparently so scary it comes with a warning… and, a priest in the seat next to you!
Casting aside his trusty teleprompter, Obama spoke from the heart in a surprise speech that broached the reality of race issues in America.
Kathleen Glynn and Michael Moore divorce after 21 years, and according to sources, millions of Michael’s fortune are at stake. Divorce documents are provided.
Matthew Morrison dedicates a cabaret show to close friend and Glee co-star Cory Monteith. And, girlfriend Lea Michelle is reportedly devastated over his loss.
A Turkish man didn’t survive the flight from Istanbul to London.
Two men receive millions in profit from all around the world by falsely advertising Lady Gaga, Rihanna, and Ke$ha concerts. The men are currently in custody.
Capcom releases the debut trailer for the new Strider game at San Diego Comic-Con 2013.
In an interview this morning with Jared and Katie from 1075KZL, Farrah Abraham clears up rumors involving Michael Lohan, Charlie Sheen, Ex-pr, and pregnancy.
Officials have confirmed that 16-year-old Chinese student Ye Mengyuan survived the Asiana crash only to be killed by a fire truck responding to the emergency.
Cops say up to eight people were held captive for up to 10 years in a house in North Houston. It may involve welfare fraud.