"WAP" rapper Cardi B says her marriage is "irretrievably broken" and that "there are no prospects for a reconciliation" with Migos rapper Offset.
Former KTLA anchor Michaela Pereira is returning to Los Angeles' morning news market next month after stints at CNN and HLN.
Elton John is celebrating the 50th anniversary of his legendary Troubadour concerts by rereleasing a limited edition of his 1970 self-titled album.
Academy Award winner Kevin Wilmott ("BlacKkKlansman") revives an important historical tale in "The 24th," starring Trai Byers, Thomas Haden Church and Mykelti Williamson.
The "Ellen" scandal has gripped us in part because it's so familiar: From "Larry Sanders" to "The Morning Show," TV sees itself as an awful place to work.
In playing a famous woman whose every move is scrutinized and judged, the "Friends" actress finds catharsis
In a shelved episode just released on Hulu, "black-ish" offers a reminder that the politics of its greatest episodes are never less than relevant.
Toshiko and Iri Maruki's shocking paintings of atomic bomb survivors transform those who see them. Now the Hiroshima Panels themselves need rescuing.
A Republican congressman insulted Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez with a slur most women have heard all too often. Her response was a welcome challenge.
Former U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey always wrote of public pain and private struggle. Her memoir, "Memorial Drive," lets her mother speak.