Stan Lee Media, the company founded by, but no longer affiliated with, comic book maestro Stan Lee, claims that ownership of the sword-wielding barbarian was illegally transferred to another company in 2002.
California's ballot-initiative process has roiled that state for 100 years. Legislators are now proposing reforms to bring it under control.
Jason Momoa answers 'Conan the Barbarian' questions from fans, touching on the reboot’s influences and how the titular character resembles Sean Connery as James Bond.
Arnold Schwarzenegger will test his post-marital scandal popularity by starring in director Ji-Woon Kim’s western action film ‘The Last Stand.' 'The Last Stand' will feature Schwarzenegger as an aging U.S. sheriff.
With Will and Kate visiting Los Angeles this weekend, the paparazzi will be clamoring for a signature photo. But local law enforcement officials have an array of laws to rein them in.
By a 49-to-25 vote, the California Assembly approved a law requiring schools to include the contributions of gay Americans in their curriculum. Gov. Jerry Brown has not said whether he would sign the bill.
New York’s new same-sex marriage law could change the dynamic in next year’s elections – particularly for President Obama, who’s tried to straddle the issue.
Christine Lagarde is the right choice to replace Dominique Strauss-Kahn as head of the IMF, and not just because of her experience. Women are more effective communicators and aren't libido-led leaders, like Anthony Weiner.
Gov. Brown, anticipating the Supreme Court order to California to reduce its prison population, signed a measure transferring inmates to county jails. But voters need to approve funding.
Former presidential candidate John Edwards allegedly used campaign funds to hide an affair and an illegitimate child. Will politicians ever learn: It's not the crime but the coverup that can land you in jail?