For the week of Feb. 24 to March 1, 2020, the Democratic presidential debate in South Carolina was No. 1. CBS finished first among networks.
Fox breaks away from partisan rancor during primary coverage.
Why was Dudamel conducting to an empty stage in Disney Hall? It was just part of classical music's compelling examinations of music, politics and protest.
Octavia E. Butler's "Parable of the Sower" gets the musical treatment at UCLA, and Herbie Hancock and Patti Smith kick off an L.A. Phil festival.
This week's concert picks are led by two legendary artists performing on consecutive nights as part of the L.A. Phil's "Power to the People!" festival.
Even James Bond can't beat the coronavirus. The "No Time to Die" U.S. release date has been postponed until Thanksgiving weekend to avoid an ailing box office.
Jimmy Kimmel, Trevor Noah, James Corden and other late-night comedians tackled Super Tuesday, trolling all things Mike Bloomberg and coronavirus.
ViacomCBS puts Simon & Schuster up for sale. The iconic publishing house is not a core asset, and the newly-merged ViacomCBS is looking to shed assets.
The world-famous Opie exhibits images of swamps that dwell on the word's political meanings. On display at Hollywood's Regen Projects.
"Legendary Children" uses "Drag Race" to reinterpret a rich history