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The Black List celebrates 10 years of giving aspiring...12/25/14
Want to know what the best picture contenders for the Oscars might be in a couple of years? You might want to take a look at something called the Black List.
Three TV shows to binge on during the holiday break
Now that you've crossed everything off your Christmas shopping list, it's time to relax and get to some TV shows you haven't been able to watch over the past year.
Screenwriter Graham Moore risks 'career suicide' to write 'The...
Screenwriter Graham Moore wanted to tell the unbelievable true story of Alan Turing since he was a a geeky boy at space camp where Turing was a hero.
'The Interview': How art house theaters banded together to save Sony's...
As Sony planned to can "The Interview," art house theaters managed to secure a limited release of the film in support of free speech and artistic expression.
Traveling with presents? What TSA takes from travelers
No guns, knives, explosives or liquids are allowed on flights, most passengers know. But what about that pecan pie that mom baked?
Fatal police shooting of armed man in Missouri sparks protests
Saint Louis Public Radio reporter Rachel Lippmann joined Take Two for the latest news on the investigation.
Hate flying with kids? Tips to consider before your inner Scrooge...
Being surrounded by kids and babies on a flight is enough to make even the jolliest of elves fret. But consider what their poor parents have to deal with.
Laemmle Theatres and other independents will show 'The Interview'
Sony Pictures did an about turn when it announced "The Interview" will be available on limited release beginning Christmas Day. Laemmle Theatres and other independents in Southern California will screen the film.
'Big Eyes' screenwriters' careers 'suffered' after spending 10 years...
The screenwriters of “Big Eyes” spent a decade trying to get their movie about kitschy art made... and almost made their careers suffer.
The business of bowls: Corporate America and the bloated College...
Heard of the Raycom Media Camellia Bowl? You're not alone. 39 College Football Bowl games will be played this holiday season; and corporations are spending big bucks to sponsor.
How digital information flows through isolated North Korea
North Korea's Internet outage has received lots of coverage, but not many people in North Korea actually have access to the Internet. So how does information flow in and out of this isolated nation?
The female rabbi who helps weave Jewish and trans themes in...
Meet the Rabbi that helps Jill Soloway blend Jewish themes with trans themes on the ground-breaking Amazon original series "Transparent."
Holiday hiring could be at its highest since 2000
Strong seasonal retail hiring boosts the spending power of American consumers. retailers are continuing to hire as store traffic warrants well into December.
Gas prices, economy blamed for spike in motorcycle crashes in Southern...
Experts and riders say two things are likely brought rusty or inexperienced riders out: rising gas prices and a better economy.
LA County looking for 6000 volunteers to help count homeless population...
Organizers hope to recruit 6,000 volunteers to canvas 4,000 miles of Los Angeles County in late January to count the homeless population.
Tuesday Reviewsday: Christmas special
This time on Tuesday Reviewsday - our weekly new music segment - we have a collection of rap, R&B and soul songs to help your holiday spirit.
The US and Cuba and the story of Assata Shakur
In 1973 a young woman by the name of Joanne Chesimard was involved in the fatal shooting of a police officer in New Jersey.
The first Chicano movie is added to the National Film Registry
Last week, 25 movies were added to the National Film Registry. The list included familiar titles like "Saving Private Ryan" and "The Big Lebowski," as well as some lesser known films, like the 1976 drama "Please, Don't Bury Me Alive!" The film,...
Baby thrives once 3-D-printed windpipe helps him breathe
Michigan doctors used 3-D printing to custom-make a splint to prop open Garrett Peterson's defective windpipe last January. He's home this Christmas.
A look at new AIDS treatments, potential cure
In his latest piece for The New Yorker, medical writer Jerome Groopman explores new treatments, including a strategy scientists call "shock and kill."
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