Let's look back at the highlights of every episode.
A screening of the emotional One Day at a Time episode where Lydia (Rita Moreno) is in a coma after a stroke and the Alvarez family, one by one, share tearjerking moments with her as they wait for her to wake up kicked off the panel session. Afterward, as the ATX Television Festival audience dried [
Upcoming Los Angeles literary events include a marathon reading of 'Ulysses,' a tribute to L.A. poet Ed Smith and an appearance by "Bunny" author Mona Awad.
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO), a fierce defender of President Donald Trump, is very upset that the House Judiciary Committee will hear testimony from a Watergate-era figure on Monday about presidential obstruction. His reasoning: Watergate happened a long time ago. John Dean, who was White House counsel for President Richard Nixon in the 1970s, will testify [
“It used to be that when a 13-year-old wanted a binder for school, it meant a trip to Staples. For today’s tweens and teens who identify as gender-nonconforming or transgender, shopping for a binder may mean a compression undergarment worn to flatten breasts.” So begins a new, irresponsible piece in the New York Times, which from its very first words sets up the practice of binding as an alarming trend—the opposite of wholesome school prep.
In 2018, teenager Greta Thunberg began protesting to demand action on climate change. She has inspired protests worldwide. Greta says it's time to panic: we're running out of time to save our planet.
SALEM, Ore. — Oregon wants to make daylight saving time permanent and end the twice-yearly time change. The House voted 37-20 Thursday to establish year-round daylight saving time if other West Coast states follow suit - and the federal government approves. The measure now goes to the governor, who will
Who said you had to devote your whole paycheck to squashing student debt or building your savings? Manage both of those goals — and still have enough for some fun — by using the 50-20-30 rule, says CFP Brittney Castro.