Major League Baseball's collective bargaining agreement expired at 11:59 p.m. ET. Owners may now impose a lockout, the league's first work stoppage since the 1990s.
Police are investigating the shooting of Jacqueline Avant, who was found shot in her Beverly Hills home early Wednesday. "I don't think it's a random attack, said police chief Mark Stainbrook.
The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater shifted to streaming presentations online during pandemic. Now, two dances conceived for the web are included in the company's return to in-person performance.
The Chinese operation is one of six networks blocked from Facebook and Instagram after spreading false information and harassing opponents.
Abrams rose to national prominence following her narrow loss in Georgia's 2018 governor's race. Her entrance into the contest sets up a potential rematch against Gov. Brian Kemp.
Twitter users may no longer share private videos or images of others without permission. Critics say the broad policy gives the company too much control over what's deemed in the "public interest." ...
WTA Chairman Steve Simon said he is "greatly concerned" about the risks players and staff would face after the treatment of tennis star Peng, who says she was sexually assaulted by a Chinese official.
Lucier changed the way we think about sound through monumental works like I Am Sitting in a Room and Music on a Long Thin Wire.
How did this new strain of the novel coronavirus evolve? Researchers are investigating various possibilities. One leading theory involves ... just one person.
The female accuser, using the pseudonym Jane, is the first of four women who are expected to speak in court about their allegations of sexual abuse.