"Succession" and "Ozark" each earned 18 Emmy nominations. But the choice for voters is clear.
Musician Tim Kasher asked actor John Ratzenberger, who played postal worker Cliff Clavin on the sitcom "Cheers," to talk about the embattled USPS.
Los Angeles Philharmonic's Chad Smith and Gustavo Dudamel cancel concerts through December and lay out an ambitious plan to cope with the novel coronavirus.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib discusses the docuseries "And She Could Be Next," about women of color in U.S. politics, airing Monday and Tuesday on PBS series "POV."
The action by Comcast follows similar plans announced by major music labels last week.
Governor Newsom plans to release guidelines for the restart of filming in Hollywood from next week has some happy to return to work and some scared
The Las Vegas gaming industry will offer Covid-19 tests to employees before they return to work, the Culinary Union announced Tuesday.
"Stranger Things" star David Harbour joins The Times' "Can't Stop Watching" podcast to discuss Hopper in quarantine, Winona Ryder and his inspirations.
Gov. Gavin Newsom said today that "therapeutics" would have to be developed and implemented before mass gatherings such as concerts and sporting events could return to California.
The five-member Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously to approve an order to allow Ligado Networks[MOSAV.UL] to deploy a low-power nationwide 5G network despite objections from the U.S. Defense Department, other federal agencies and major U.S. airlines.