On her way out, the New York Times opinion editor Bari Weiss accused the publication of unlawful discrimination and a hostile work environment.
Grant Imahara, who hosted Discovery's "MythBusters" and Netflix's "White Rabbit Project," has died at age 49 after reportedly suffering a brain aneurysm.
Favorite books of S.A. Cosby, author of "Blacktop Wasteland," feature richly developed characters and reflect how Black lives are affected by systemic racism.
Sara Bareilles and Jessie Nelson discuss their Apple TV+ series "Little Voice," casting lead Brittany O'Grady and cultivating creativity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
VIX, a free Spanish language streaming service with ads, has seen significant growth during the pandemic.
New nonfiction films explore notable stage and screen figures Kaye Ballard, Olympia Dukakis, Danny Trejo and Moni Yakim.
The Swingin' Hermlins, a German group dedicated to American big band music, vow to play nightly online gigs till the end of the coronavirus crisis.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson denounced the incendiary hate speech posted online by a writer who worked on his top-rated program, but stopped short of issuing an apology.
A judge ruled in Quibi's favor on Monday, allowing it to continue using a key feature on its app. A rival tech firm, Eko, accused the company of lifting its mobile technology.
What's on TV Tuesday, July 14: The season finale of "Dirty John" on USA.