Eddie Van Halen, legendary lead guitarist for the wildly popular hard-rock band Van Halen, has died of cancer at 65.
The USA Today Washington bureau chief will be in charge when Vice President Mike Pence and Sen. Kamala Harris face off on Wednesday.
Finalists for the Nov. 18 awards, announced today, include stories about Malcolm X, Indigenous queer women and immigrants without documentation.
Pop musician Rihanna was criticized for using a song that sampled a recitation from Islam's sacred hadith for her recent Savage X Fenty fashion show.
The third installment of the United We Read series explores stories from Maryland to Oklahoma in advance of the 2020 election.
Historian Natalia Molina says she's shocked to be named a 2020 MacArthur fellow, a distinction that comes with a $625,000 award. See the complete list.
Carlos Lozada read 150 books on Donald Trump for his history, "What Were We Thinking." He shares surprising insights and lets you know what's fake news.
SPARC, MOLAA, Self Help Graphics, LA Plaza and Vincent Price Art Museum form the Latinx Arts Alliance to call attention to systemic inequities.
The shutdown in production and the streaming services' insatiable appetite for new I.P. has led to a surge in sales of film and TV rights for books during COVID-19. That has been a boon for agencies.
What's on TV Tuesday, Oct. 6: "Siempre, Luis" on HBO; "Swamp Thing" on The CW; MLB playoffs; WNBA and NBA finals