Model and cookbook author Chrissy Teigen shared on Instagram that she has been hospitalized for 'a lot' of bleeding while pregnant with her healthy third child.
Music writer Alex Ross' weighty new history, "Wagnerism," traces the composer's deep and broad influence on art and politics left, right and center.
The Violins of Hope concerts were suppose to showcase historic instruments, but the pandemic changed all of that. In the end, a bittersweet farewell.
The coronavirus crisis has upended the traditional economics of Hollywood, attracting news investors to the film business.
A federal judge granted TikTok's request to pause the government's plans to remove it from U.S. app stores on Monday due to Trump's national security concerns.
Showtime's 'The Comey Rule' reimagines TV's most familiar character — Donald Trump — by replacing "SNL"-style caricature with a more threatening presence.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, who considered a 2020 presidential run himself, formally endorsed Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
Pre-orders begin tonight in the U.S. for the K-pop boy band BTS' fifth full-length album, "BE (Deluxe Edition)," slated for Nov. 20.
The Los Angeles Public Library's buildings remain COVID-closed. But in the pandemic, librarians' creativity has blossomed online and many new doors for patrons have opened.
Prince's landmark "Sign O' the Times" has been reissued as a box set. Critics Mikael Wood, Daphne Brooks, Naima Cochrane and Michaelangelo Matos on its legacy.