The bankruptcy auction of Los Angeles-based American Apparel, which made its branding theme "Made in the U.S.A", will determine the future of a major clothing manufacturing plant in California.
The alternate history series based on Philip K. Dick’s famous novel returns for a second season, and is far more ominous post election.
Willie Rennie, leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats, said the company should be “ashamed.”
Post-turkey watching could include the highly anticipated “Gilmore Girls” reboot, Rocky movies or comedy specials from Michael Che and Patton Oswalt.
GLAAD released its annual “Where We Are on TV” report, which found more diversity on TV as well as the continued use of harmful tropes.
In 1970, 46 women on staff sued the magazine for discrimination. Read the cover story on the women’s liberation movement published the day they announced their suit.
Nearly five decades ago, 46 female Newsweek staffers sued the magazine for gender discrimination. What has changed since then?
Recently added: “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” “Happy Gilmore,” “City of Gold,” “13TH” and more.
See a new documentary about Amanda Knox, reminisce with Ferris Beuller or catch Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2.
The shift to the cloud threatens database giant Oracle's core business, and it's been slow to adapt.
With CIA women on our cover, this week’s roundup focuses on female protagonists in sitcoms, documentaries and more.
Catch up on “DWTS,” re-watch the first Bridget Jones movies or see new documentaries, like Ron Howard’s Beatles film.
Back-to-school binging could include the Stand Up to Cancer telecast, the documentary ‘Man on Wire’ or the new show ‘One Mississippi.’
You'll soon be able to browse the aisles of Amazon stores in Portland, Oregon, and Chicago.
Catch up on recent seasons of “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “Once Upon a Time,” “House of Lies” and more.
Including “Laverne and Shirley,” a docu-series about bull riders and a sweet (sorry) British baking show.