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Google hopes the free tier will entice users to pay $10 a month for a subscription as it seeks to gain ground on competitors like Spotify.
Sister Corita illuminated her quoted apothegms like a medieval monk illuminating the letters of a manuscript in the flaming colors of counter-cultural pop.
Van Patten died Tuesday in Santa Monica, California, of complications from diabetes, according to his publicist, Daniel Bernstein. He was 86.
In Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, writer Dolores Dorantes received death threats. The U.S. granted her asylum and now her latest work reflects on her four years here.
Jay Cooper, an attorney for Horner, said the plane was one of several owned by the 61-year-old composer, and that no one has heard from him since the crash.
The United States is seeking its third World Cup title, but first since 1999.
After years of denial, baseball's all-time hits leader admitted in 2004 that he bet on games, but only while he was manager. But ESPN obtained documents that show the betting began in 1986.
Taylor Swift posted an open letter criticizing Apple Music's no-pay policy during the trial period for its streaming service. Apple got the message and changed its tune.
Patrick Clair, the mind behind the main title sequences for both seasons of "True Detective," breaks down how he moved the visuals from Louisiana to the Golden State.
We know a lot about Los Angeles here, but sometimes even we get stumped. After the opening credits, the very first scene is an open field — where was it shot?
Family members and officials at New Mexico State University, where Villanueva was a member of the athletic hall of fame, confirmed his death.
We sat down with "Off-Ramp" producer Kevin Ferguson to talk about his new show "Welcome to Vinci." He'll be uncovering the show's connection with SoCal's Vernon and delving deep.
We're going to do our best to fill you in on the California of True Detective — where do this season's plot lines come from? Are things really that grim and corrupt in LA politics?
In the new season of HBO's noir TV series, Colin Farrell's Det. Ray Velcoro works for the fictional city of Vinci, a city with a lot of secrets. We take a look at its real-life inspiration.
Finally freed from their family's apartment, the movie-obsessed brothers of "The Wolfpack" reflect on life after starring in the documentary.
We have the first interview with Marc Maron after he interviewed the president. He tells us what the deal is and what kind of laughs he got from the Secret Service.