Arts & Entertainment
Two possible sites for the institution: Exposition Park and Treasure Island in San Francisco. The museum would bring 1,500 construction jobs and another 350 permanent jobs to the city.
There have been plenty of women presidents depicted in movies and TV shows. But they aren’t exactly women that Hillary Clinton would want to emulate.
The famed comedy troupe teamed up with Slate for a 25-city election year tour that ended last weekend in Riverside.
Companies like Nielsen aren't able to easily measure the new ways people watch TV since Netflix and Amazon don't release their viewing numbers. Now a startup called Symphony aims to fill the void.
Hang onto those cute, little "I Voted" stickers and reward yourself for being such a good citizen.
Greg Hasterok is the world's 12th-ranked singles tennis player in his division and you can watch him compete this weekend.
In a thrilling finish, Arrogate, the youngest horse in the field, emerged as racing's newest star.
Enjoy the long-teased collection of Hamilton covers, demos and reinventions.
The directors of "The Ivory Game" used hidden cameras to tell the world about the underground ivory trade. They hope it will help save the elephants.
Marvel's latest movie is based on a cult comic book from the 1960s. Despite a casting controversy, it's expected to dominate the box office.
The French dancer/choreographer is back in Los Angeles after two years as Artistic Director of the Paris Opera Ballet. His upcoming show in LA will be his last time on stage as a dancer.
The show's star, Darren Criss, says America is able to embrace the show differently due to growing awareness of gender identity.
Donald Margulies isn’t the son of Holocaust survivors but a childhood friend is. And they were the inspiration for his play, “The Model Apartment.”
The actor currently has supporting roles in the films "Sully" and "Bleed For This," but he's now looking for roles that suit his age.
Vishavjit Singh isn't just a cartoonist — he's also Captain America. Well, he dresses up like Cap, at least, as part of an effort to engage with people of different views.
The annual study by the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation finds an uptick in LGBTQ depictions on broadcast shows, but a disturbing trend about such characters being killed off.