Arts & Entertainment
The live concert will take place in the days leading up to the Academy Awards and celebrate the year's nominated music.
The U.S. is defending its gold medal in men's figure skating, but without the star power of previous games. Two skaters in Sochi represent the near future of the sport in America.
Some critics have dubbed it the worst poem ever. But one poet believes Stewart's work shows some promise, and above all bravery.
Team USA defeated Slovakia in its opening hockey game early Thursday after a six-goal streak in the second period.
Jamzilla may be closing down a six-mile stretch of the 405 Freeway, but we won't be closing our hearts to a delightful three days off.
Olympic athletes often endure weeks of anticipation. That wasn't a problem for Denny Morrison, who got his spot in the speed skating finals just a day ahead of the race.
A new restaurant in Shanghai is offering expats a taste of home and introducing locals to foreign treats like fortune cookies.
The comedian was one of early network TV's biggest stars, and he didn't do smut or smarmy remarks. Caesar did skits: grown-up, gentle comedy for the whole family.
Where to go for dinner with your lover that doesn't make you part of the Valentine's Industry.
A new report out of UCLA highlights the lack of people of color in TV and film.
CBS landed a much admired actress and writer of independent films to star in the follow-up to a long-running, soon-to-end network sitcom.
The network says the onetime national news anchor and current special NBC News correspondent was diagnosed in August with multiple myeloma
Knight spent three decades painting colorful religious messages on a mound of adobe in the Southern California desert he called Salvation Mountain.
The astronauts aboard the International Space Station give us a view of the Olympics that we haven't seen.
Schuller was married to Rev. Robert H. Schuller, who founded the Crystal Cathedral.
The top five finishers all pulled off their best runs in the second half of the competition – none more so than White, who stood in 11th place after the first run with a score of 35.