Top celebrities, Queen Latifah, Mary J. Blige, and Missy Eliot team up to executive produce Lifetime’s TV movie “The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel,” based on the true-life telling the legendary singing siblings.
The estranged family of NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers is upset about comments he recently made against church and the Christian faith while speaking to his girlfriend and former professional race car driver Danika Patrick on her podcast, “Pretty Intense,” according to reports.
A new school board for Denver Public Schools unanimously passed a resolution in its first meeting requiring all district schools to have at least one all-gender bathroom. The board has also made it mandatory for staff to use students’ preferred names and pronouns irrespective of their official names or gender.
A court in Iran has sentenced a 65-year-old convert to Christianity to three years in prison for “insulting Islamic sacred beliefs” even as he is yet to be tried in the court for two other charges, a religious freedom watchdog group has reported.