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Olympic sliders all fear 1 spot — Curve 9

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| In bobsled, skeleton and luge, this is the brutal turn where dreams will be dashed and Olympic medals will be lost.

Rose McGowan wishes 'solace' for family of late manager


She broke a days-long silence over the suicide of her former manager, Jill Messick, whose family has criticized the actress and activist.

Patrick Stewart to get techy at Sci-Tech Academy Awards


Saturday night is Oscar night for the engineers and inventors who create things that help filmmakers keep audiences riveted.

2018 Winter Olympics opening ceremony, in photos


With 20,000 fireworks and an impromptu handshake between South Korea's president and Kim Jong Un's sister, here are the highlights from Pyeongchang.

Black Panther's mythical home may not be so mythical


The action hero lives in the imaginary nation of Wakanda, the most technologically advanced society in the world. Is there a basis for it in African history?

The Broad mounts a massive Jasper Johns exhibit


With 100 works from his long career, it's the first major survey of the 87-year-old's work in the history of L.A.


How to watch the 2018 Winter Olympics


It's time to take stock of your technology: Do you have a digital TV antenna? How about a cable or satellite subscription? We also have a use for your virtual reality headset.

'Call Me By Your Name' screenwriter wanted to tell a gay love story with parental acceptance


James Ivory talks with John Horn about this gay love story and why he wanted to portray the parents of the teenager as embracing of their son's sexuality.


Creative conflict helped the Douglas Brothers make beautiful photos — then tore them apart


After years of estrangement, photographers (and brothers) Andrew and Stuart Douglas have reunited with an L.A. photo exhibition.