Arts & Entertainment
Rock musician Tom Petty has died, according to a statement issued by his longtime manager on behalf of the family. Petty was 66.
The confusion started with CBS News and the Los Angeles Police Department.
Under his leadership, Vogue, Vanity Fair and The New Yorker flourished.
A new book profiles some of the world's most fascinating felines. Some work as ambassadors for beer and liquor companies.
The unctuous, ingratiating game show host was always in on the joke — which was the secret to his enduring appeal.
The 43rd season of Saturday Night Live kicked off with a send-up of the President. But its sharpest political moments lay elsewhere.
Hamblen, who won seven NBA championships as an assistant to Phil Jackson in Los Angeles and Chicago, was 70.
Decades ago, the Playboy founder spent paid $75,000 to buy the drawer next to the actress in a Westwood mausoleum. She had no say in the matter.
In 1977, three women sewed two jockstraps together to create the first modern sports bra.
Fans celebrated in sticky style with thousands of Fluffernutter sandwiches in the neighborhood where Fluff was first whipped up.
If they beat the Minnesota Lynx on Sunday, they'll be the women's league champions — for the second year in a row.
NBC reportedly paid Kelly more than $15 million dollar a year to sign on. But should the network be having second thoughts?
A new documentary recounts his crucial role in the careers of Janis Joplin, Bruce Springsteen, Patti Smith, Whitney Houston and many others.
"Salt" was made in the 1980s by South Korean filmmaker Sheen Sang-ok, who claimed he was kidnapped by agents for then-North Korean leader Kim Jung-Il.
Journalist turned filmmaker Peter Landesman talks about why he felt it was so important to make a film about the man known as Deep Throat.
Our picks include not one, but two music festivals at Watts Towers, a block party in Santa Monica and, of course, a pumpkin patch.