Oct. 22, 2020


A 484-page examination by MoMA shines a light on the history of race in the museum’s programming and also its internal politics

Despite the dismissals, the bulk of the case will go forward against the head of La Luz del Mundo church accused of sexually assaulting teenage congregants.

Thursday’s debate gives Trump a chance, maybe his last, to get back into contention for election. But he’s become a captive of his own denial of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Leaders of U.S. intelligence agencies and the FBI warned that Iran and Russia have obtained voter registration information and are using it to send disinformation to voters.

The changes — expected this week — will allow family entertainment centers to open outdoors; eliminate a requirement that customers at wineries and breweries have to make reservations; and remove the food requirement for wineries.

ABC’s flagship family sitcoms, “The Conners” and “black-ish,” offer contrasting stories about the COVID-19 pandemic in their season premieres Wednesday.

The streaming service launched by Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman failed to gain traction following its launch in April.

For the first time ever, the beloved Charlie Brown holiday specials will not air on network TV this year. Here’s where you’ll find them instead.

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The tumultuous year of 2020 has produced a bumper crop of thought-provoking TV. Danielle Brooks records the toll the pandemic has taken on working moms. “Lovecraft Country” conveys the very real horror of being Black in America in the 20th century. “The Good Lord Bird” follows a pre-Civil War crusade to free slaves. And “One Day at a Time” actress Justina Machado is here to prove that broadcast TV is ready for a Latino family.

“This Close” co-creator and Gallaudet University alumna Shoshannah Stern reflects on Netflix’s “Deaf U,” which has drawn criticism in the deaf community.


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Laurie Metcalf and Lecy Goranson discuss the Season 3 premiere of “The Conners,” ABC’s first comedy to go back into production during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The story behind Rudy Giuliani’s cringe-inducing scene in the “Borat” sequel, which he calls “a hit job.” The film starts streaming on Amazon this week.

Robert Downey Jr., Zoe Saldana and Mark Ruffalo are rallying behind Marvel colleague Chris Pratt after Twitter dubbed him the worst Hollywood Chris.

The Clippers introduced Tyronn Lue as their new coach on Wednesday. Here are 10 things we learned from Lue, owner Steve Ballmer and executive Lawrence Frank.

Matthew Wolff grew up in nearby Agoura Hills and has friends who live next to the Sherwood Country Club. He expects friends to watch from nearby yards at the tournament without fans.

Instead of toning down the offense during the shortened season, UCLA is adding plays that quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson said makes the Bruins “more dynamic.”

Spain has hit the 1-million mark in coronavirus cases, becoming the first country in Western Europe to do so as it struggles to contain a big new surge in infections.

Thailand’s prime minister has canceled a state of emergency in Bangkok to try to cool the massive student-led pro-democracy protests that have shaken the capital for days.

The European Union has awarded its top human rights prize to the opposition movement in Belarus and its leader, Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya.

Three crew members aboard the International Space Station have returned safely to Earth after a six-month mission in orbit.


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