With "Savage Love" and "Dynamite," K-pop sensation BTS has secured both first and second place on the Billboard Hot 100 chart this week.
"All of our stories are so different, but they all started with us realizing that we each are different," singer Demi Lovato said on #NationalComingOutDay.
Ngugi wa Thiong'o, the 82-year-old Kenyan author and UC Irvine professor, was inspired to write "The Perfect Nine" by the "blue vastness" of the Pacific.
Massive concert rallies are out, but as election looms, Cardi B, Taylor Swift, Bad Bunny, Madonna and Billie Eilish urge their fans to vote for Joe Biden.
TikTok sensation Nathan Apodaca ditched Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams" for Queen's "We Are the Champions" in honor of the Lakers' championship win.
The Zoom magic show "The Present," starring Helder Guimarães and directed by Frank Marshall, ends Saturday after more than 250 sold-out performances.
There are still good movies to celebrate, no matter how we see them, so make the 2021 Oscars a PSA for an embattled film industry.
HBO's "Lovecraft Country" features an original requiem about the 1921 attack on Black Wall Street, featuring soprano Janai Brugger. Here's how it came together.
Tom Kennedy, the host of game shows including "Name That Tune," "Password Plus," "You Don't Say!" and "Split Second," died Wednesday at 93.
What's on TV Monday, Oct. 12: Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett confirmation hearing; "Manhunt: Deadly Games" on CBS