Due to COVID-19, 2020 marks the first virtual Emmy Awards in the show's 72-year history. We take you inside Staples Center for a look at preparations.
The world changed, politics roared, America's mood shifted this way and that, and Ginsburg worked, steadily as she had always done, dismantling injustice wherever she could.
Debbie Durkin organized a drive-through event where nominees and invitees can celebrate the 2020 Emmy Awards in the driveway of the Beverly Hilton Hotel.
Hillary Clinton, Janet Mock, Mindy Kaling and Stacey Abrams are among those who honor Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday.
Read The Times' full coverage of "Watchmen," nominated for best limited series at the 2020 Emmys.
I watched Netflix's controversial film "Cuties" expecting some sort of Senegalese-French "Dance Moms." What I saw was a powerful portrait of nascent female rage.
Brazilian superstar Anitta dazzles in the music video for her new single, "Me Gusta," featuring rappers Cardi B and Myke Towers.
Queen Elizabeth II stripped convicted movie mogul Harvey Weinstein of his honorary CBE title he received in 2004 for services to the British film industry.
"Holy," Justin Bieber's new collaboration with Chance the Rapper, addresses spirituality and love and life during the pandemic.
The L.A. genre festival's 2020 "F— COVID edition" announces a full slate of world premieres and drive-in double features, to be held Oct. 2-8.