Jimmy Kimmel mostly eschewed politics and disaster jokes to set an upbeat, we're-all-in-this-together tone for the first — and, please God, only — socially distant Emmys.
President Trump said Saturday that he has approved in concept a deal that would have Oracle manage TikTok's U.S. operations.
Chris Whipple's latest book, 'The Spymasters,' tells the story of America's CIA directors. He explains that a spy chief is only as good as her president.
L.A. Times readers appreciate Diana Rigg's 'Avengers' days and have thoughts on all the Trump books, the Kardashians TV exit and the Oscars' new inclusive best picture rules.
The D'Amelio family, including popular TikTok stars Charli and Dixie, have joined L.A.-based rival app Triller, as TikTok's future in the U.S. remains uncertain.
Woodward's journalism helped bring down Richard Nixon. But "Rage" it too ploddingly neutral and enamored of access to make a dent in this fallen age.
Ahead of a Chevalier's bookstore talk with Bradley Whitford, the "Handmaid's Tale" author talks about Ann Dowd, Zoom-worthy tops, dystopia and elections.
Several foreign-born engineers accepted jobs at TikTok in July, but their visa transfers have yet to be approved by the U.S. government, putting their status in limbo.
"He doesn't care about your family. He doesn't care about anything other than winning," President Trump's ex-attorney, Michael Cohen, told Seth Meyers.
"Disloyal," by Donald Trump's former lawyer and fixer, convicted for finance crimes and perjury, is a rake's progress of a Trump loyalist betrayed.