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How Andrea Savage brought an edgy woman who's not a terrible mom to TV

| "I'm Sorry" creator and star Andrea Savage offers a refreshing and honest look at modern-day motherhood with a mom whose sense of humor borders on inappropriate.

Margot Kidder, Lois Lane in the 'Superman' franchise, dies


Franzen-Davis Funeral Home in Livingston, Montana, posted a notice on its website saying Kidder died Sunday at her home there. She was 69.

'Dear White People' uses comedy to address age-old racial and cultural wounds


The second season of Justin Simeon's Netflix series draws from the online attacks aimed at him when the show first premiered.


'A Suitable Girl' examines arranged marriage in India from a woman's POV


Filmmakers Smitri Mundhra and Jennifer Tiexera take a fresh look at the tradition in this new documentary, along with how, above all else, it's about family.


The Weinstein Co. Gets Court OK To Sell Itself To Lantern Capital Partners


The bankruptcy judge approved a $310 million deal that doesn't promise a fund to compensate alleged sexual abuse victims of company co-founder Harvey Weinstein.

Tanya Saracho went from 'diversity hire' to leader of TV's first all-Latinx writers room


Playwright Tanya Saracho went from a job as the "diversity hire" on "Devious Maids," to finding her voice on "Loving," to creating her own show "Vida" for Starz.


Museum explores cultural significance of Route 66


Visitors to Kingman, Arizona want to get a feel for what it was like to take the highway that crossed eight states to connect Chicago to Los Angeles.

Alcoholics Anonymous founding document sells for $2.4 million


Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay bought the "Big Book," a manuscript with handwritten notes from the group's founding fathers.

Sistine Chapel gets its own high-tech spectacle — with music by Sting


Visitors can feast their eyes on every detail of Michelangelo's masterpieces, with high-definition projections, actors, acrobats and music.