Hustler magnate and free speech activist Larry Flynt was fearless, his longtime publicist writes, and understood the power and limitations of media.
"CNN Newsroom" host Brooke Baldwin will leave the cable news network in April, when her book is published. Without a job lined up, she's feeling "vulnerable."
When Tess Barker and Barbara Gray created their podcast about Britney Spears' Instagram account, they "didn't understand the gravity of the situation." Not anymore.
Kevin Ryder, best known for hosting KROQ's long-running 'Kevin & Bean' morning show, has joined rival Southern California station KLOS.
S.F. Opera bets on spring to launch drive-in performances, including a new 'Barber of Seville.' But San Franciscans will have to cross the Golden Gate to see them.
Members of the autism community are urging the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. to rescind its Golden Globe nominations for Sia's "Music."
Salma Hayek still has a tough time revisiting her 1995 breakthrough role in Hollywood. "I kept thinking of my father and my brother, are they going to see it?"
The new PBS series from Henry Louis Gates Jr. is a forceful argument against the popular image of devout Americans as white, rural and conservative.
As Olivia Wilde lauds Harry Styles for supporting role in "Don't Worry Darling," starring Florence Pugh, critics ask what's so special about "the bare minimum."
Was Stan Lee a genius or a huckster? 'True Believer,' a new biography of the Marvel creator, weighs in.