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It's time for Tuesday Reviewsday, our weekly new music segment. Oliver Wang and Morgan Rhodes join A Martinez in the studio to talk about the latest releases.
The two plaintiffs are suing under laws meant to protect consumers.
The band says their music is obviously California-influenced, because that's who they are — but they don't want to just be what people say they should be.
Marvel has yet to give Scarlett Johansson a "Black Widow" movie — she poked fun at this on this week's "SNL" — and now a leaked email shows Marvel's CEO shooting down female superheroes.
While fans calling for the powers-that-be to #RelocateRevolution to another network or streaming service, they're half getting their wish — a definitive end to the story.
High schooler Shaila Essley competes Monday night in the national finals of the August Wilson Monologue Competition, one of the most prestigious opportunities for young actors.
The museum in Los Angeles will display the collection of art done by people of Japanese descent who were imprisoned over fears that they were spies.
Rand was an early character on the show, but Whitney was written out after eight episodes. One of her most famous appearances on the show was fighting off an evil Kirk.
William and Kate's new baby won't face royal discrimination because she's a girl. But that doesn't mean her life will be a fairy tale.
Mayweather used his reach and his jab Saturday night to frustrate Manny Pacquiao, piling up enough points to win a unanimous decision in their welterweight title bout.
For the third year in a row, the favorite has won the Kentucky Derby.
The two fighters have been in negotiations for tonight's fight in Las Vegas for some six years. Win or lose, they each stand to earn millions.
The 89-year-old musician posted thanks on his official website for fans' well-wishes and prayers on Friday after returning home from a brief hospitalization.
The iconic and beloved actress, screenwriter and director has died at age 74, the Mexican film institute announced Friday.
The film's producers Laura Coxson and Rebekah Maysles talked about the legacy of Maysles Films and say the production company likely won't live on after Albert's death.
"The Guggenheim is that friend that has an amazing apartment but has no idea what to do with it, and they're always going off half-cocked and coming back with a big mess."