Arts & Entertainment
The '60s act The Turtles have successfully fought a law that only gives copyright protection to songs created after 1972, but one of those decisions has just been overturned.
The holidays are a great time to relax, connect with family and reflect on all the positive things that have happened in the past year ... but once you're done with that, what's next?
As the city settles in to Christmas dinners and Hanukkah latkes, here are some ways to get a last-chance holiday fix — and maybe one alternative.
Boston native Dennis Lehane likes to stick close to home for his stories, though "Live by Night" is set in Florida. He says L.A. belongs to other writers.
"Voice actors are the most talented, fearless actors I have ever worked with," says Rob Paulsen. "It's not about how big your muscles are, it's about pure talent."
The new Netflix series "The OA" has terrifying scenes of drowning that affected the crew and demanded that the actress, Brit Marling, tap into a deep empathy for her traumatized character.
From cartoons to video games to audio books: how voice actors carry a cast of characters inside their heads.
The documentary takes audiences into the shadowy world of cyber warfare, a topic that feels more relevant than ever after Russia's alleged hack of the Democratic National Committee.
The operator of an illegal space called Purple 33 says the city should help responsible promoters who make use of otherwise empty buildings.
The writer-producer has a background in politics and now he's formed a national group that seeks to create a new level of activism.
Singer-songwriter Angelica Garcia talks about a moving from Los Angeles to a small Colonial-era town in Virginia and how that inspired her debut album.
The jet-setting Hungarian actress and socialite helped invent a new kind of fame out of multiple marriages, conspicuous wealth and jaded wisdom about the glamorous life.
A Hollywood Reporter story examines the dichotomy between actors who support gun control laws but also make big money from violence-filled films.
Actress Brit Marling and director Zal Batmanglij pitched their complicated eight-hour story in a novel way and managed to keep it a secret until now.
The Kentucky native has a huge faith-based following, but she doesn't proselytize and she's even willing to get a little risqué,
Conservative street artist Sabo breaks put his stamp on the "Rogue One" premiere with fake movie posters titled "Rogue Won," replacing the lead with President-elect Trump.