Arts & Entertainment
Peppering Trump with questions and wisecracks during his appearance, the CBS host reduced the usually domineering Trump to straight-man status, an unaccustomed role Trump performed with rare grace.
The Hall of Fame catcher known as much for his quotable malapropisms as for his career alongside fellow Yankees legends Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle died Tuesday at home in New Jersey.
A federal judge has ruled that the "Happy Birthday" song is in the public domain, denying the publisher's copyright claim.
Melissa Silverstein of Women and Hollywood and veteran producer Lydia Dean Pilcher are combating the gender disparity in the entertainment business with an economic argument.
When they're not touring the world and playing music, saxophonist Jared Tankel is a music attorney and drummer Brian Profilio is a high school art teacher.
The website Den of Geek has identified 39 current and upcoming TV series that are set for the small screen.
Fans of Sherlock Holmes have written enough about their hero to fill the British Library. So Holmes aficionado Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and his co-author picked the mysterious Mycroft for their first novel.
Pope Francis performs a mass of canonization for Junipero Serra on Wednesday, and he'll be presented with a one-of-a-kind rosary designed and handcrafted by a Temecula artist.
Only two awards went to shows airing on broadcast television: NBC's "The Voice" won for Outstanding Reality Series and Allison Janney won a supporting award for "Mom."
In the HBO comedy series “Doll & Em,” real life best friends Dolly Wells and Emily Mortimer play fictional best friends, known as Doll and Em. But it's not about them. Really. It's not.
The Toronto festival marks the unofficial start of Oscar season. Kyle Buchanan, a senior editor at vulture.com, talks about which films are getting buzz —good and bad.
Actor Jack Larson, who played a sidekick to Superman's alter-ego Clark Kent at the fictional Daily Planet newspaper, has died at age 87.
Over the past year, The Frame spoke with several of the winners from last night's Emmy Awards, including the showrunner and lead actor from "Transparent."
Jon Hamm won best actor in a drama for his work on "Mad Men," the first acting Emmy ever awarded to the critically-acclaimed show. "Veep" and "Game of Thrones" won the best comedy and best drama categories. See the full list of winners and read a recap.
The greatness of most of these pieces is their molding into forever the rages, delights, and puzzlements of a period so far gone from us. And yet as close as Irv the punch-drunk boxer.
Viola Davis of "How to Get Away with Murder" or Taraji P. Henson of "Empire" could become the first African-American to win as best drama series actress.