ATLANTA, July 26 (UPI) — Bobbi Kristina Brown’s family has announced the young woman died Sunday, nearly six months after she was discovered facedown and unresponsive in the bathtub at her Georgia home. The daughter of recording artist Bobby Brown
Amnesty International is set to review an internal policy document regarding the group’s stance on sex work at a meeting in Ireland next month, and a slew of Hollywood celebrities are banding together to stand against decriminalizing the sex trade.
Video game convention QuakeCon was held in Dallas, Texas, from Thursday, July 23 to Sunday, July 26. Previews of role-playing game Fallout 4 and first-person shooter Doom were featured alongside other festivities.
Madonna’s “Rebel Heart” tour doesn’t kick off until September, but the singer gave fans a behind-the-scenes look at her rehearsals on Monday with a pair of videos posted online.
On the latest episode of the Adam and Dr. Drew Show podcast, Adam Carolla and Dr. Drew Pinsky invited Breitbart Senior Editor-at-Large Ben Shapiro on the program to discuss the threats made against him on national television by transgender Inside Edition reporter Zoey Tur.
A few years ago, Gawker Media went through their own mythical period. When online public shaming was still praised as “callout culture” and righteous “internet rage” by activists, Gawker was out in front, leading the charge.
Activision’s Call of Duty: Black Ops III beta will run from Wednesday, August 19 to Sunday, August 23 for the PlayStation 4 and Wednesday, August 26 to Sunday, August 30 for Xbox One and PC.
John Smedley, president and CEO of Daybreak Game Company (formerly known as Sony Online Entertainment), is resigning after a year of being targeted by hacker group Lizard Squad.
Everyone knows that becoming a feminist makes a woman less marriageable, more crass and generally just unpleasant to be around. But does it also make them uglier? Readers have been asking, so I delved into the science to find out. Certainly,
Snoop Dogg was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence after a performance in Sweden on Saturday, but the rapper claims his skin color was a factor in the detention.
Several street art posters appeared in West Los Angeles ahead of a rally Sunday against the new Iran nuclear deal. The posters, apparently by conservative guerilla artist Sabo, The posters target the new Iran deal, though there are some that take on the latest Planned Parenthood scandal, or the Obama administration in general.
It appears Chief Keef’s arrest warrants are keeping him from appearing anywhere in the Midwest, even in hologram form.
Spanish-language broadcast stations led the pack at the 67th annual Los Angeles Area Emmy Awards on Saturday night.
They are not looking at Donald Trump’s political platform; they are looking at what life could be when we all live like Donald Trump. He has already sold hip hop access to the Dream.
Bruce Jenner introduced Boy George before a set in Los Angeles Friday night to a standing ovation from fans.
Electronic musician Moby, a staunch vegan, joined members of the group Mercy for Animals in front of a major supermarket in Los Angeles, CA, to protest Foster Farms’ treatment of chickens.
On July 24, the day after John Russell Houser allegedly killed two people in a Louisiana Grand Theatre, Pitch Perfect’s Rebel Wilson took to Twitter to announce that America needs to institute an Australian-like gun ban.
While Facebook allows users to edit updates they have already published, Twitter offers no such option. This might now change, thanks to reality TV star Kim Kardashian.
Adam Sandler has been a legitimate movie star — a legitimate box office attraction — since his first hit “Billy Madison” was released way back in 1995. That’s 20 years. That’s longer than critical darling Bill Murray, longer than critical
In a throwback to the antebellum era, popular photo-sharing services, from Flickr and Google Photos, have publicly come under assault for their software algorithms tagging photos of black people as gorillas and apes. But this just highlights the growing risk that “learning machines” may learn to develop human biases and even criminal tendencies.
A former associate producer of the reality television series Deadliest Catch was found shot to death outside his home in Pasadena early Friday morning.