Star Trek star George Takei apologized Friday for calling Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas a “clown in blackface” in remarks he made after the Court’s ruling to legalize same-sex marriage last week.
Performing our country’s National Anthem on a giant stage is no easy feat.
California cities are working overtime to conserve water during the state’s record four-year drought–but one city became a victim of its own savings success when it was forced to dump more than half a million gallons of drinkable water down the drain.
COSTA MESA – Political commentator and author Ann Coulter was signing copies of her new book Adios America: The Left’s Plan to Turn our Country into a Third World Hellhole at a Barnes and Noble Tuesday night when the calm was shattered by protesters inside the store.
California residents slashed water use by 29 percent in May in the biggest conservation gain by the state since Gov. Jerry Brown announced mandatory water restrictions earlier this year.
Actress and former Ugly Betty star America Ferrera thanked Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump for speaking out on immigration – but not for the reasons one would think.
One California man is going well beyond skipping showers to battle the state’s record four-year drought.
Beyoncé celebrated last week’s landmark Supreme Court decision to legalize gay marriage a little bit later than her peers.
The Cinderella Castle at Walt Disney World in Florida was illuminated to celebrate the Supreme Court’s recent ruling declaring same-sex marriage a constitutional right, prompting celebrations–and complaints.
Actor Jim Carrey railed against a new California vaccination law on Tuesday and called Gov. Jerry Brown a “corporate fascist who must be stopped.”
The first trailer for Oliver Stone’s Snowden biopic premiered online Tuesday, and while the short teaser offers literally nothing in the way of footage from the movie, its tone hints at the direction that Stone is going to take with his film.
If Lady Gaga was at all embarrassed about mistaking a mariachi festival for a gay pride parade, she didn’t show it.
Full marijuana legalization in California inched one small step closer to reality on Monday when advocates were cleared to collect signatures to qualify a measure for the 2016 ballot.
Comic book legend Stan Lee is optimistic about the upcoming Spider-Man reboot.
SANTA CLARA, CA – The Grateful Dead were in top form for their final performance in California, but to many fans in attendance at Levi’s Stadium on Sunday night, the quality of the music was almost beside the point.
SANTA CLARA, CA – Grateful Dead fans were left wondering whether someone had slipped “the brown acid” into their drinks as a massive, end-to-end rainbow appeared over the first of the band’s farewell concerts Saturday night.
Tom Cruise is set to return to the role that made him a household name as new details were revealed Thursday about the status of Top Gun 2, the sequel to the 1986 blockbuster that starred Cruise as dogfighting U.S. Navy pilot Maverick.
As of this month, weed enthusiasts in Denver, Colorado can tune in and drop out to the sounds of Smokin’ 94.1, the country’s first entirely marijuana-themed terrestrial radio station.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia took a swipe at California in his dissent of Friday’s landmark 5-4 ruling that made gay marriage a constitutionally protected right under the Fourteenth Amendment and legal in all 50 states.
The Internet’s biggest companies celebrated Saturday after the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a landmark ruling Friday making same-sex marriage legal in all 50 states.
Ben Affleck is set to bring the biggest corruption scandal in professional sports history to the big screen.
John Mellencamp blasted the state of the music business at a UJA Federation of New York luncheon on Thursday—but reserved some kind words for Taylor Swift, who he said is the only one doing anything to save the music industry.
LOS ANGELES – Some California water districts holding senior rights to river water may defy the state’s order to stop all water diversions as mass confusion reigns over the nature of curtailment notices sent out by the state’s top water regulators. Earlier
The Supreme Court handed down a landmark ruling Friday making gay marriage legal in all 50 states.
PBS ombudsman Michael Getler said that his public TV station did a “good job” with its internal review of the circumstances surrounding censorship of actor Ben Affleck’s episode of genealogy series Finding Your Roots, but said the show’s producers made a “deadly” error when choosing to omit sensitive information from the episode.