Where to start with the novels of John Le Carré, who died Saturday, and where to go — from George Smiley to the semi-confessional "A Perfect Spy" and more.
In an insulting Wall Street Journal essay, Joseph Epstein criticizes Jill Biden's use of the title "Doctor." Now he and the paper are wondering why people are angry.
The L.A. Times newsroom's leadership transition has accelerated with the departure of Pearlstine, who served as executive editor for 2½ years.
Members of the LGBTQ community are upset with James Corden's "aggressively flamboyant" portrayal of gay actor Barry Glickman in Netflix's "The Prom."
Jill Biden strikes back at a controversial op-ed suggesting she lose her "Dr." honorific while she is first lady. Plenty of prominent supporters have her back.
In 2020, Megan Thee Stallion clocked two smash hits, advocated for Black women on 'SNL' and got four Grammy nods. She also survived a shooting and its aftermath.
"I too have been emotionally hurt by Shia," Sia tweeted after fellow musician FKA twigs accused actor Shia LaBeouf of physical and emotional abuse.
Get ready for the musical equivalent of 250 candles and a year's supply of cake. Beethoven 250 has brought a bevy of new music and books. Here are the best.
How director Julia Hart spun a fresh take on the 1970s crime flick in her new Amazon film, "I'm Your Woman."
Across the city on Thanksgiving weekend, indie bookstores greeted lines of customers, kicking off a holiday season of high promise and existential concern.