When it comes to Christmas-themed movies and shows, most Americans would like to believe that Hollywood is giving them an accurate portrayal of the Christmas offerings they are watching around the holidays, but is this really the case?
Sony Pictures Entertainment is getting backlash for dropping the film "The Interview," a comedy that includes the killing of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.
A family advocacy group has released a report that finds an overwhelming majority of broadcast television shows about families contain some form of adult content, including sex, violence and profanity. But that isn't the most troubling finding.
The new movie, Exodus: God and Kings, had a strong opening weekend, bringing in more than $24-million at the box office. Still, its financial success is not impressing those who put value on biblical integrity.
A conservative media watchdog says he's appalled that liberal cable outlets virtually ignored the live House Committee hearing of ObamaCare advisor Jonathan Gruber.
A Dallas pastor is adding to a chorus of objections to a recent dialogue on National Public Radio that besmirched Jesus.
Three-time Grammy award winner Michael W. Smith is bringing Christmas joy to audiences across the country with a new CD and a concert tour to 14 cities.
After asking his take on the Ferguson uprisings, CNN cut off New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson’s response seconds after saying only Jesus could heal the situation.
A reporter for the New York Post claims CNN's coverage of the recent rioting in Ferguson, Missouri, was irresponsible and inaccurate.
Despite the public outcry spurred by the media to condemn one of America’s favorite comedians, Bill Cosby, one Christian university in western Tennessee is sticking by its plans to have him serve as a keynote speaker for a benefit dinner in December.
Easily reaching the 200,000 signatures needed this week to help keep the Duggars’ show 19 Kids and Counting on television — after a leftist attack spurred by homosexual activists — a LifeSiteNews petition in support of the Christian homeschool family recently tallied more than 53,000 signatures within a 24-hour period.
A conservative media watchdog says the left-wing media must bear some responsibility for the violence that erupted Monday night, following the announcement that Ferguson Missouri police officer Darren Wilson would not be prosecuted for the death of black teenager Michael Brown.
An advocacy group has released its annual list of "Best and Worst TV Advertisers," which catalogues companies based on the television content they chose to underwrite during 2014.
As many continue to question President Barack Obama’s latest attempted power grab to control the Internet in the name of “net neutrality,” conservatives are uncovering another possible motive behind the commander-in-chief’s recent attack on private communications giants in the private sector like YouTube and AT&T — new taxes.
In honor of Rev. Billy Graham's 96th birthday, Christian History magazine has released a special edition that features the life and ministry of the well-known evangelist.
Many people and organizations are concerned about so-called net neutrality and its possible effects on free speech, but OneNewsNow talked to one person who is concerned for another reason: the free market.