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The announcement comes in wake of the deaths of teenagers Tracy Nguyen and Katie Dix at an EDM event. It's suspected that they may have been using drugs.
There have been calls in the past to limit TV shows with violent content to those airing later at night, but because of streaming services those limits don’t apply.
Derek Waters started "Drunk History" as a web series in 2007 and now it's up for an Emmy. Waters talks about how the show got started and bizarre reality of being nominated.
Rob Corddry and David Wain say shorter episodes is best for 'Childrens Hospital'
Tambor tells us how important it was that he nailed his transgender role. "Lives are at stake, and integrity's at stake, and there's a community that needs for me to do that right."
A sampling of Southern California's Oktoberfest celebrations includes the weirdest spectacle you will ever see, unless you already know about Heino. Also: there will be beer.
National Geographic photographer Aaron Huey has traveled the world for his job, but he found a book's worth of material in a place just 200 miles outside Los Angeles.
With an Academy Award on her resumé and now 12 Emmy nominations for "Bessie," Zanuck laments that women don't help each other enough.
LA Times music writer Randall Roberts explains why Van the Man finally decided to sell his catalog and put his discography on streaming services.
Rami Malek used to skip out of his computer class in high school, which is funny because he's been playing a hacker on a hit TV show for an entire season.
Brazilian directorJosé Padilha is a producer and director on the new Netflix bilingual series "Narcos," which tracks the history of the cocaine trade.
In just eight tracks, the "Born To Run" album helped Bruce Springsteen break through to another level, led by the title song. Watch and listen to Bruce in L.A. here.
Chris Lynch and Adam Rasmussen of the indie rock band reveal why, despite all the challenges and physical labor, they've taken root in a warehouse near Dodger Stadium.
It's been 40 years since Bruce Springsteen released his landmark album that opened the ears and mind of The Frame's senior producer.
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