Anne Heche poses for a portrait.

Anne Heche Declared Dead A Week After Fiery Crash In Los Angeles

A fiery crash into a home put Anne Heche into a coma, then she was kept on life support to allow for possible organ donation.

 | James Packard

Actor Anne Heche

Actor Anne Heche 'Not Expected' To Survive After Fiery Car Crash

Heche is being investigated for driving under the influence of drugs and is being kept on life support to see if her organs are viable for donation.

 | AP

Jo Koy is shown in "Easter Sunday."

New Comedy 'Easter Sunday' Celebrates Filipino-American Life

The new comedy "Easter Sunday" is purposefully out in theaters now, filled with Easter eggs meant to reach and celebrate a Filipino audience.

 | Amber Strong

A Lego Bowser statue is shown at San Diego Comic-Con.

Lego Celebrates Its 90th Anniversary At San Diego Comic-Con

The Lego Group started in 1932 with wooden toys and eventually introduced plastic bricks, which still reign over the rest of the toy industry.

 | Casey Mendoza

Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna, wife Vanessa and daughter Natalia are seen at a game.

Vanessa Bryant's Lawsuit Over Crash Photos Begins In Los Angeles

On Wednesday, jurors were selected and opening statements were shared in the trial against Los Angeles County.

 | James Packard

Songwriter and music producer Lamont Dozier

Motown Songwriter-Producer Lamont Dozier Dies At 81

Dozier died "peacefully" Monday at his home near Scottsdale, Arizona, according to a statement from his family.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Anne Heche arrives at the premiere of "The Tender Bar."

Actress Anne Heche In Coma After Fiery Car Crash

Heche's speeding car came to a T-shaped intersection and ran off the road and into a house in Los Angeles on Friday.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Olivia Newton-John

Olivia Newton-John, Superstar Singer And Actress, Dies At 73

The Grammy-winning musician and actress has died. She was 73.

 | AP

Writer and historian David McCullough

David McCullough, Pulitzer-Winning Historian, Dies At 89

McCullough died Sunday in Hingham, Massachusetts, less than two months after his beloved wife, Rosalee.

 | AP

Bad Bunny, left, and Brad Pitt in a scene from "Bullet Train."

'Bullet Train' Pulls $30.1M In 2022's Last Summer Blockbuster

The debut was solid but unspectacular for a movie that cost $90 million to make and was propelled by Pitt's substantial star power.

 | AP and Daniel Feingold

A Harley Quinn statue is displayed.

Harley Quinn's Story Turns 30 Years Old

Though Harley Quinn is a mainstay in today's DC Comic's stories, that wasn't always the plan for the character.

 | Casey Mendoza

The Instagram affiliate program is shown.

The Imbalanced Structure Of How Influencers Make Money

Influencers make money online in various ways, but different platforms have different payout methods, some more "fair" than others.

 | Scripps News Staff

Fans at the 2018 Music Midtown festival

Atlanta's Music Midtown Festival Canceled After Georgia Gun Ruling

A new Georgia court ruling would have made it illegal for organizers to ban guns on the publicly-owned festival grounds at Piedmont Park.

 | Gage Jackson

Author Stephen King

Author Stephen King To Testify Over Merger Of Publishing Giants

King will be a witness for the Justice Department in a bid to block the proposed merger of top publishers Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster.

 | AP

The cast of "Reservation Dogs" appears in a scene.

Indigenous Creators Are Leaving Their Mark On Pop Culture

Shows like 'Reservation Dogs' are representing more Indigenous voices on and off the screen in the entertainment industry.

 | Scripps News Staff

Nichelle Nichols is shown.

Remembering Nichelle Nichols: A Force In Space And In Social Issues

Nichelle Nichols died at the age of 89 on July 30. She's remembered for her trailblazing role as Lt. Uhura on "Star Trek."

 | Clayton Sandell

Actor Nichelle Nichols.

Nichelle Nichols, Lt. Uhura On 'Star Trek,' Has Died At 89

Her role in the 1966-69 series as Lt. Uhura earned Nichols a lifelong position of honor with the series' rabid fans, known as Trekkers and Trekkies.

 | AP and Scripps News Staff

Beyonce appears at the 63rd annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles

Beyoncé Drops New Album 'Renaissance'

Beyoncé's "Renaissance" is the music artist's seventh record.

 | Casey Mendoza

Chris Rock and Will Smith

Will Smith Posts Apology Video For Slapping Chris Rock

In a nearly six-minute video posted online, Smith reiterated that his behavior was "unacceptable" at the March 27 Academy Awards.

 | AP


Spain Prosecutors To Seek 8-Year Prison Term For Shakira

Shakira is charged with six counts of tax fraud for allegedly failing to pay the Spanish government $15 million in taxes between 2012 and 2014.

 | AP

The movie Encanto

The Push For More Black Animators

There is a lack of diversity in the animation industry, showing Black animators only account for less than 4% of the industry.

 | Casey Mendoza

Skywalker Ranch

Newsy Exclusive: A Visit To Skywalker Ranch

The Disney+ series "Light & Magic" gives us a never-before-seen look at what it takes to make some iconic movies visual masterpieces.

 | Clayton Sandell

Norman Lear is shown.

Norman Lear, Creator Of Multiple Groundbreaking TV Hits, Turns 100

Norman Lear's shows have touched on topics many other shows wouldn't have in their day, like race, gender, sexuality and abortion.

 | Casey Mendoza and Andrew Herrmann

A woman looks through books.

Book Truck Is Helping Combat Negative Stereotypes

Black Wordschoolers is a bookmobile filled with stories from Black authors. It's helping students learn to repel stereotypes and raise literacy rates.

 | Amber Strong

A table displays signs with #BookTok, at a Barnes & Noble in Scottsdale, Arizona

How The Pandemic Changed The Book Industry

During the pandemic a hashtag on TikTok known as BookTok started trending, prompting book recommendations, reviews and discussions.

 | Scripps News Staff

Writer/director Jordan Peele.

Exploring The Success And Impact Of Jordan Peele's Work

Jordan Peele's Oscar-winning "Get Out," "Us" and now "Nope" have all gotten rave reviews from critics.

 | Daniel Feingold

WWE Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Vince McMahon.

WWE's McMahon Announces Retirement Amid Misconduct Probe

McMahon stepped down temporarily as CEO and chairman of WWE in mid-June during an investigation into alleged misconduct.

 | AP and Daniel Feingold

Pride Mandalorians at Comic-Con in San Diego.

Day 3 Of San Diego Comic-Con 2022

DC Comics introduced new trailers for "Shazam: Fury of the Gods" and "Black Adam" starring Dwayne the Rock Johnson.

 | Casey Mendoza

From left, Patrick Wachsberger, Fabrice Gianfermi, and Philippe Rousselet, winners of the award for best picture for "CODA."

Why Do Movies Have So Many Producers?

Movie producers are the ones who traditionally find the project, gather funding, and hire the key talent.

 | Scripps News Staff

Britain's Prince Harry

Judge: Prince Harry Can Sue U.K. Government Over Security Plan

Harry and his wife Meghan lost publicly funded U.K. police protection when they stepped down as senior working royals and moved to North America.

 | AP