(WASHINGTON) -- The Supreme Court on Friday ruled for an evangelical Christian website designer in a case involving whether creative businesses can refuse to serve LGBTQ+ customers because of First Amendment free speech rights.In a 6-3 decision for the conservative majority written by Justice... Read More.
(WAKEFIELD, Mass.) -- An 18-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly trying to raise money for ISIS through a gift card scheme on the dark web.Mateo Ventura, from Wakefield, Massachusetts, was arrested for “knowingly concealing the source of material support or resources that he... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Leaked classified documents about the U.S. effort to assist Ukraine’s military were posted on the internet much sooner than this week according to an ABC News review of internet posts that indicates the documents, as well as additional documents, were posted on... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Florida resident Abraham Shakespeare went from rags to riches after winning $30 million in the lottery in 2006.The newfound fortune brought the 40-year-old from Lakeland out of poverty and allowed him to give back to his community, but he started to... Read More.
Sony Pictures has announced it has made some moves within its own Spider-Verse. First off, the studio has moved the sequel to its Oscar-winning animated hit Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse from October 7, 2022 to June 2, 2023.Furthermore, the film formerly known as Spider-Man:... Read More.
Euphoria and White Lotus star Sydney Sweeney will join Dakota Johnson in Sony's Marvel movie Madame Web, according to Deadline. Johnson will play the titular character -- a.k.a Cassandra Webb -- a mutant with psychic and other abilities, whose incredibly powerful mind inhabits the body of a paralyzed, elderly woman... Read More.
Fifty Shades of Grey star Dakota Johnson is reportedly attached to a Spider-Man universe movie called Madame Web for Sony Pictures.Deadline reports the actress will play the title character, first introduced in the pages of Marvel Comics' Spider-Man #210 in 1980. However, despite the character's name, she's not a... Read More.