Arts & Entertainment
Archivists at Norway's National Library found an almost complete version of "Empty Socks," featuring the character who preceded Mickey Mouse.
Sony is warning news organizations not to publish details of company files leaked by hackers in one of the largest digital breaches ever against an American company.
Bill Cosby broke his silence amid a flood of rape accusations in a very brief interview with The New York Post's Page Six.
The director and actor did not expect the film that they made over 12 years to land with audiences, much less gather up award nominations right and left.
Zooey Deschanel dropped this video of Greenfield really Schmidting it up in full fat-suit prosthetics to Rihanna including outdoor dance sequences, and it's magical.
The Motion Picture & Television Fund's retirement home keeps industry veterans active and creative. Says one resident: "It’s like working with a network, except you don’t have to kowtow to the network bigwigs."
Musician and comedian Reggie Watts was announced as the bandleader of the new "Late Late Show" with James Corden, and the last "Colbert Report" guests are named.
In an interview with ESPN radio, President Obama said "an old boys' network" at the NFL had created "blind spots."
The three-time Pulitzer winner died on Thursday while on assignment in Liberia for The Washington Post.
In a small office park in Northridge, just off Nordhoff street, you'll find exhibits on the San Fernando Valley's rich history: movie stars, moguls and more.
In between your cookie parties, find some time to enjoy the city. The rain is supposed to clear on Saturday so you might just want to leave your house.
The British holiday stage tradition is a lively, family-friendly grab-bag of theater genres that relies on audience participation.
The actress talks about her emotional role and the movie's potential to change the conversation and stigma surrounding the disease.
The filmmaker says she was more scared while filming Edward Snowden than when she worked in conflict zones.
The Los Angeles-based artist won the fan vote at the Hammer Museum's "Made in L.A. 2014" show and her secret to success was found behind the wheel of her car.
The James Franco and Seth Rogen comedy depicts an assassination attempt against North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.