Arts & Entertainment
The British electropop singer explains why the giant Atlantic Records wasn't a good fit and how that led to going her own way.
Summer used to be the dead zone for new TV. But in today's era there's plenty of good shows if you know where to look.
Professionals from the engineering and entertainment fields came together to judge finalists who pitched an original TV show that calls for a female engineer protagonist.
Brady said he only destroyed his phone after his lawyers told the NFL his device would "not be subjected to investigation." Brady said he was "disappointed" in the NFL's decision.
The Death Cab for Cutie frontman talks with Hrishikesh Hirway about the song and its relationship to his divorce from actress Zooey Deschanel.
After Wallace committed suicide in 2008, a book was published about a five-day road trip he shared with a magazine writer. That book is the basis of a new feature film.
Comedy writer Alex Kaseberg filed a lawsuit against the talk show host and his team, claiming they stole jokes from his Twitter feed.
Roy Choi, the kogi truck revolutionary, talks about the new exhibit and book featuring the L.A. Public Library's huge collection of historic menus.
Miguel Herrera was fired following a reporter's claim that the coach punched him. The journalist has been a tough critic, as have many others disappointed with the team's performance.
The competition attracted 2,000 entries. Judges will pick five winners who will be paired with producers to further develop their ideas.
His attorney, Matthew Saver, says in a statement that White died Thursday from cancer at his home in Santa Monica.
Private Chinese interests are investing in American production companies to learn tricks of the trade that could help their own industry.
The Fulton County Medical Examiner's Office said it will likely be several weeks before it can rule on a manner and cause of death for the 22-year-old.
The high drama of the show has managed to hold audiences for more than a decade, but that drama is highly reliant on the music cues included in each scene.
A philanthropic foundation says it will provide $25 million to expand the Special Olympics' health services globally for people with intellectual disabilities.