Arts & Entertainment
G. Willow Wilson is a Muslim woman who's also writing top books at Marvel Comics, creating both their first lead Muslim superhero and writing the new all-female Avengers, A-Force.
The NFL is moving back extra-point kicks and allowing defenses to score on conversion turnovers.
Alex Taylor has been singing and playing in the U.K. electro band Hot Chip for almost 15 years. With the sixth album "Why Make Sense?" the band aims to surprise fans.
Tuesday means it's time for new music here on Take Two. This week, music journalist Steve Hochman joins A Martinez for a chat about his picks.
By culling through the culinary offerings of thousands of old menus in the Los Angeles Public Library's collection, we can learn a lot about a city and its history.
"We wanted to make it the last real action film, and to do the stunts as real as possible. And so we designed all of that into the vehicles as we went."
The L.A.-based Filipino-American a cappella group the Filharmonic continues to gain popularity after appearing in "Pitch Perfect 2." Hear their interview along with an exclusive performance.
The late artist's recently unveiled performance sculpture — an homage to the early days of aviation — captures the magic and wonder of flight.
The singer won eight awards Sunday night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, including top artist. Iggy Azalea, Pharrell and Sam Smith won three awards each.
Slovakian Peter Sagan surged late and won the Tour of California by three seconds on Sunday with a close third-place finish.
"It used to be, when we would go to war with a country, we'd actually go to the country," writer and director Andrew Niccol says. "That doesn't happen anymore.
"Don't Think I've Forgotten" tell the story of the rise and fall of Cambodia's vibrant, progressive music scene from the survivors of the Khmer Rouge's reign.
On a November night in 1971, the late Chris Burden took a bullet to the arm for art. Barbara T. Smith is a performance artist who witnessed it firsthand.
B.B. King has passed away at 89 years old. Robert Cray, who played with him, explains what he did to make Eric Clapton ask, "What are we going to do now, Robert?"
A spokeswoman for the American Film Institute said Dennis, Terrence Malick and David Lynch were among the first graduates of the AFI Conservatory in 1969.
Jon Stewart thanked Letterman for telling him "Do not confuse cancelation with failure," while Tom Waits dedicated a new song to Dave: "Take One Last Look." Watch both here.