Arts & Entertainment
Starved, brainwashed and beaten, Emmanuel Jal was a child soldier who escaped Sudan's war. Now he's an actor, musician and activist. But he says he still gets nightmares.
The daughter of late singer and entertainer Whitney Houston was found unresponsive, face down in a bathtub Saturday and taken to a hospital in the north Atlanta suburbs.
In a commercial, the comedian pretends no one can see her. One Indian journalist says there's more to the ad than selling insurance. Being visible comes with a risk of violence for women in India.
The 55-year-old actor is at a Los Angeles hospital and doctors are "encouraged by his progress," hopeful he will make a full recovery, according to his representative.
A play based on interviews with former NFL players, their families and fans digs deep: What's so fun about a sport that devastates bodies and brains? And what if it can't be made safer?
"Escaping into a movie" is a phrase that can be thrown around a little too casually. But in the case of two new documentaries at the Sundance Film Festival, it's real.
Over more than two seasons on the air, the show has become a cultural reference point for discussing race on television.
The filmmaker of "Dope," one of the buzziest movies at the festival, talks about the wild ride of premiering the movie.
Monica Barnes and Anna Bass move awkwardly and aggressively, expressing sexuality by licking their shoulders or flashing their stomachs to the audience.
From nausea, technical difficulties and winning a special jury award; Filmmaker Justin Simien retells his experience at Sundance 2014 with "Dear White People"
The pop boom that made the Backstreet Boys superstars fizzled out, but they're still making music today. Here's what being a 2015 Backstreet Boys fan is all about.
This weekend, we're mingling with authors at the L.A. Art Book Fair, cycling a bowling alley bike crawl and brunching on Super Bowl Sunday.
McCreary talks about the current landscape of music on television, cutting his teeth on "Battlestar Galactica" and the enjoyable restrictions of working on a period piece.
NPR TV Critic Eric Deggans says the show is a rare gem; a family drama centered on the small, emotional moments between relatives.
At Vidiots there was no shame in loving a slapstick fart comedy as much as you loved a French existential drama.
Cosby's tour was booked before sexual assault allegations surfaced. Many of the venues had rented their facilities, meaning only Cosby's camp could cancel or postpone.