Woodward's journalism helped bring down Richard Nixon. But "Rage" it too ploddingly neutral and enamored of access to make a dent in this fallen age.
In a new documentary, Paris Hilton opens up about the physical and emotional abuse she suffered at a disciplinary high school.
"Captain America" star Chris Evans slyly deflected his weekend nude photo scandal with a tweet on Monday reminding people what truly matters.
Carole Baskin danced to 'Eye of the Tiger,' Tyra Banks served stylish looks and there was some drama. Behold five takeaways from Monday's premiere.
Smith Henderson, author of the acclaimed literary debut "Fourth of July Creek," spent a decade collaborating with John Marc Smith on "Make Them Cry."
J.K. Rowling, who has repeatedly been called out for anti-trans comments, has been accused of including a transphobic plotline in her new Robert Galbraith book.
What's on TV Tuesday, Sept. 15: "Tell Me a Story" on the CW; "The Presidential Town Hall: Your Voice, Your Vote, Your Questions" on ABC
Actress Jameela Jamil uses drama over Kim Kardashian's maternity shapewear to remind us to "second guess everything" tabloids write about women.
Viacom has completed a sale of its publishing of Gamespot and ZDNet to North Carolina based marketing company Red Ventures.
Beloved L.A. bookstores like Diesel are turning to fundraising platforms to survive the financial blows dealt by COVID-19.