Rachael Denhollander and the filmmakers behind the Netflix documentary 'Athlete A' talk about the changes they'd like to see from USA Gymnastics.
Run the World, a new pop group made up of young influencers, released their debut song, 'Rainbow,' to give children hope amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Documentary filmmaker Dawn Porter has created a rousing portrait of the civil rights activist and longtime legislator in 'John Lewis: Good Trouble.'
Letters on the blackface issue and Jimmy Kimmel, Stanley Fish's 1st Amendment views, Eurovision. And a "Law & Order" showrunner defends Dick Wolf.
After nearly a year of talks, public radio station KCRW has agreed to its first pay deal in the latest in a wave of unionizations.
Film critic Justin Chang hosts a discussion of "Jaws" and "Raiders of the Lost Ark" on this week's Ultimate Summer Movie Showdown.
What's on TV Friday, July 3: "Jumanji: The Next Level"; coronavirus; "The Searchers" and other movies on TV; TV talk shows
A COVID-19 resurgence has closed museums, but not art space SoLA Contemporary, which has a new show of protest art viewable through its windows or inside.
Hirozaku Kore-eda transcends place and language with Paris-set "The Truth," starring Catherine Deneuve, Juliette Binoche and Ethan Hawke.
Werner Herzog examines the cost of relationships and Japan's rent-a-family industry in "Family Romance, LLC."