There are always bad drivers in L.A., but these days we can't blame the tourists. After months of staying at home, we're all driving like tourists.
After a review, the Justice Department decided against undoing decades-old consent decrees that govern music industry licensing.
Things will be very different for the largely virtual 2021 Sundance festival. Here's how to get the most out of the experience from wherever you are.
Five years after 'The Birth of a Nation,' Nate Parker returns with the misguided contemporary drama 'American Skin.'
Mario Lopez and Tiffani Thiessen both react to news that their fellow 'Saved by the Bell' alum Dustin Diamond has been diagnosed with cancer.
Musician Ariel Pink, dropped by his label after he attended the Jan. 6 Trump rally in D.C., told Tucker Carlson that the blowback had left him "destitute."
What's on TV tonight, Friday, Jan. 15: "MacGyver" on CBS; "Secrets of Sulphur Springs" on Disney and more
"I guess you didn't mean what you wrote in that song about me," Olivia Rodrigo sings in "Drivers License," which is breaking streaming records left and right.
Without deviating from the injustices of the past, Sam Pollard's documentary is effortlessly conversant with the injustices of the present.
"Acasa, My Home" documents the lives of a large Romanian family. Directed by Radu Ciorniciuc.