Arts & Entertainment

Fight over peanut butter pretzels creates a legal jam for Trader Joe's

There's a legal battle over who invented them, who gets to make them for Trader Joe's, and how TJ's own supply chain works.

Nestle recalls some of its Hot Pockets products

Nestle said Tuesday it is voluntarily recalling an unspecified number of "Philly Steak" and "Croissant Crust Philly Steak and Cheese" Hot Pockets products.

Review: Celebrate George Pal and his Puppetoons with new DVD set

Fans of "The Wrong Trousers" and "The Nightmare Before Christmas," watch "The Puppetoon Movie" to meet the ancestors of your favorite characters, and re-discover the legacy of George Pal.

Queen Victoria's private family photos on display in new Getty exhibit

We have our iPhones. Queen Victoria never learned to use a camera, but she had every important photographer in the realm on-call. Same result, though: a whole lot of pictures.

Sochi Winter Olympics: Does the US lead the Winter Olympics — or does Germany?

In keeping with a trend that began early in Sochi, as of Tuesday the U.S. had collected more bronze medals than any other country at the Winter Games.

Sochi Winter Olympics: Team USA's Ted Ligety wins gold in giant slalom

The 29-year-old skier from Park City, Utah, is now the first American to have won two gold medals in Alpine skiing. His first came at the 2006 games in Torino, Italy.

Devo guitarist Bob Casale dies at age 61

Bob Casale, the guitarist for Devo, best known for the 1980 hit "Whip It," has died of heart failure, his brother and band member Gerald Casale said Tuesday. He was 61.

Sochi Winter Olympics: Wise wins on halfpipe for another American gold

The 23-year-old American scored a 92 on his first run through the halfpipe clogged by wet, soggy rain and snow all night.

5 questions for 'The Book of Mormon' cast

The musical was written by 'South Park' creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, and like the animated sitcom, 'The Book of Mormon' is wild, blasphemous and hilarious

SoCal native shares Olympics experience, plans for the future

Madison Chock, Torrance native, competed in the Winter Olympics in Sochi with partner Evan Bates in the Ice Dance event. While Madison may have come up short in her quest for gold, she represents the next generation of U.S. competitors in the Winter Olympics games.

Sochi Winter Olympics: In bobsled, 'you learn as you go'

There's no way to learn bobsledding slowly. The brakeman is often plucked off a land sport and plopped into a sled the next day.

Jimmy Fallon takes over 'Tonight'

The new host's first show is getting good reviews. He pledged to "do the best I can" and collected on some "bets" from friends such as Lady Gaga and Stephen Colbert.

Presidents' Day: Post-Valentine's facts about presidential love lives

This year, the weekend is bookended by Valentine's Day on Friday and Presidents' Day on Monday. How much do we know about the presidents' romantic lives?

Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw ready to pitch

With the Dodgers playing their opening series against Arizona in Australia March 22-23, there is a chance he can start three of the NL West champions' first six games.

For some Olympians, games are golden ticket to politics

At least six former Olympians have been elected to Congress. The games offer ambitious athletes something essential to a career in politics: name recognition.

'12 Years a Slave' named best film at UK awards

Lost-in-space thriller "Gravity" won six prizes, including best director, for Alfonso Cuaron at the British Academy Film Awards on Sunday.