Arts & Entertainment

How Guggenheim turned the Dodgers into 'The Best Team Money Can Buy'

Molly Knight's new book, "The Best Team Money Can Buy," details how far down Frank McCourt dragged the Dodgers, and how far up the new owners want to take it.

67th Emmy nominations: 'Game of Thrones' leads with 24 nominations

Presenters Uzo Aduba from "Orange is the New Black" and Cat Deeley "So You Think You Can Dance" announced the nominees.

Caitlyn Jenner at ESPYs: Transgender people 'deserve your respect'

Jenner, who made her transition to becoming a woman public earlier this year, accepted the Arthur Ashe Courage Award at the sports ceremony Wednesday night.

ESPYs honor late college basketball player Lauren Hill

Hill inspired people with her fight against brain cancer and raised over $1.5 million for cancer research before she died April 10.

For Sandra Tsing Loh, all is fair in love and war and everything in between

In her new stage show, "The Bitch is Back: An All Too Intimate Conversation," the writer and performer mines her life and that of anyone within earshot.

Inara George and Greg Kurstin take flight again as the bird and the bee

The duo talk about their new album's lengthy gestation period, how becoming parents changed their songwriting process, and whether they really do love L.A.

Obama: No mechanism to revoke Cosby's Medal of Freedom

The president declined to talk about the specific allegations against comedian Bill Cosby, but he did say that drugging someone and having sex with them without consent qualifies as rape.

Judge trims 'Blurred Lines' song dispute verdict to $5.3M

A judge ruled that the copyright infringement verdict a jury reached in March should be cut from nearly $7.4 million to $5.3 million.

Comic-Con 2015: 14 movies, TV shows and books to get excited about

Here are some of the highlights and the under-the-radar surprises that blew fans' minds this year, from movies to comics and everything else under the sun.

'Clueless' director Amy Heckerling on the teen classic's 20th birthday

Amy Heckerling reflects on "Clueless," the "Emma"-inspired movie, 20 years after she wrote and directed it — a movie that captured teens as they are.

The truth behind Tim and Eric's 'Zone Theory'

The comedy duo Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim were inspired to write a satirical self-help book after observing spiritual trends in Los Angeles.

'Tangerine' director finds an unlikely cinematic muse in LA's 'unofficial red light district'

Filmmakers Sean Baker and Radium Cheung talk about basing their film with two trans actresses around a notorious Los Angeles neighborhood.

Berklee College report spotlights lack of transparency in the music industry

A longtime sore spot for artists is being exacerbated by the convoluted world of streaming, in which large record labels have ownership stakes.

Recreating the Wright Brothers' first flight in Virtual Reality

As more and more companies come out with their own virtual reality devices the question of who provides the content becomes a key question.

New music from Galactic, Watkins Family Hour and Jason Isbell

If you don't have the time to keep up with the latest in new music, we've got the perfect solution for you: Tuesday Reviewsday.

Mexican ballad singer Joan Sebastian dies at age 64

Sebastian won five Grammy awards and seven Latin Grammy prizes during his career. He was best known for sentimental love songs, sometimes sung from horseback.