Nardine Saad, Los Angeles Times

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Kenny Rogers, country-pop hitmaker and crossover star, dead at 81

Kenny Rogers, the beloved country music icon whose decades of hits included "The Gambler" and "Islands in the Stream" with Dolly Parton, has died at age 81. → Read More

Max von Sydow dead: Swedish star's films included 'The Greatest Story Ever Told,' 'The Exorcist'

Swedish actor Max von Sydow, the stately import whose theater roots laid the groundwork for a vast onscreen career in nearly a dozen Ingmar Bergman productions, has died. → Read More

James Lipton, host of 'Inside the Actors Studio,' dead at 93

"Inside the Actors Studio host James Lipton, star of screen and stage, has died at X. → Read More

Actor Orson Bean, the local theater mainstay who rose to fame as a 1950s TV personality, dies

Veteran TV personality Orson Bean, the all-around entertainer and master raconteur who worked on the small screen and in film while becoming a mainstay of the local theater scene, has died. → Read More

What time are the 2020 Grammy Awards?

The 62nd Grammy Awards take place Sunday, capping a week of music-related festivities in and around Los Angeles. → Read More

What time are the 2020 Grammy Awards?

Ahead of Sunday's 62nd Grammy Awards, which have been rocked by a Recording Academy scandal, here's everything you need to know about the ceremony. → Read More

Producer Ryan Murphy is getting a prestigious LGBTQ award from GLAAD

GLAAD will honor TV producer Ryan Murphy with its Vito Russo Award in March for making "a significant difference in accelerating LGBTQ acceptance." → Read More

Meghan Markle makes her first public appearance since royal rift

Duchess Meghan visited a Vancouver women's center amid speculation about her royal future and news that her father could testify against her in a lawsuit. → Read More

Demi Lovato is making a high-profile return to the Grammy stage

Singer Demi Lovato made good on a December tease that she'd be singing again soon: She'll perform at the Grammy Awards on Jan. 26. → Read More

Actress Rosario Dawson sends love to boyfriend Cory Booker

Actress Rosario Dawson tweeted a message of love and support to her boyfriend, Sen. Cory Booker, after he suspended his presidential campaign Monday. → Read More

Queen Elizabeth II supports Harry and Meghan's plan to step back

Queen Elizabeth II said Monday that the royal family is "entirely supportive of Harry and Meghan's desire to create a new life." → Read More

Scarlett Johansson doubles up in Oscars acting nods. That hasn’t happened in 13 years

Scarlett Johansson nominated for two acting honors → Read More

Scarlett Johansson nabs 2 Oscar nominations: A first in 13 years

Scarlett Johansson, who stars in "Marriage Story" and "Jojo Rabbit," is up for two acting Oscars at the 92nd Academy Awards. → Read More

Justin Chambers (a.k.a. Dr. Alex Karev) has exited 'Grey's Anatomy'

Justin Chambers, another original "Grey's Anatomy" cast member, says he's done with the ABC medical drama — and his final episode has already aired. → Read More

Joaquin Phoenix, Martin Sheen join Jane Fonda's final D.C. climate protest

Joaquin Phoenix and Martin Sheen were detained by police as they joined Jane Fonda during the final Fire Drill Fridays protest in D.C. on Friday. → Read More

Actor Harry Hains, son of 'V' actress Jane Badler, dies at 27

Australian actor Harry Hains,who appeared in "American Horror Story," "The OA" and "Sneaky Pete," has died at 27. → Read More

How to watch the 2020 Oscar nominations on Monday

The 92nd Academy Awards nominations will be announced Monday at 5:18 a.m. Pacific time and will be streamed live on the academy's social platforms. → Read More

Buck Henry, comedy icon beloved for ‘The Graduate’ and ‘Get Smart,’ dies at 89

Buck Henry, the versatile writer, director and character actor who co-wrote and appeared in "The Graduate,'' has died in Los Angeles. He was 89. → Read More

Buck Henry, writer of 'The Graduate' and 'Get Smart,' dies at 89

Screenwriter Buck Henry, the comedy writer whose credits include "The Graduate," "Get Smart" and "Catch-22," died Wednesday in Los Angeles → Read More

Royal family is 'hurt' by Prince Harry, Meghan stepping back

Prince Harry and Meghan want to reduce their royal duties, 'become financially independent' and spend more time in North America. → Read More