Irsay: Pagano stays; Gruden-Manning pairing ruled out
Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano is no longer "contractually tied" to general manager Ryan Grigson. But where does that leave the future of the coach under a new general manager?
Packers promote WR McCaffrey as Nelson insurance
If Saturday's roster move was any indication, it's unlikely we'll see at least one of Green Bay's injured wideouts on Sunday. The Packers promoted wide receiver Max McCaffrey to the active roster.
Colts fire GM Ryan Grigson after five seasons
After weeks of speculation and radio silence out of Indianapolis, the Colts finally made a decision regarding Ryan Grigson's future with the team.
Chargers agree to terms with Gus Bradley to be DC
Gus Bradley was sought after by several teams after the Jaguars fired him, but has agreed to terms with the Chargers to be their defensive coordinator, per NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.
Championship Sunday injury report
Here are the official injury reports ahead of Sunday's Championship games. Which teams are dealing with the prospect of key players who might be forced to sit out this week?
Zach Orr retires due to congenital neck/spine condition
Ravens linebacker Zach Orr put together a tremendous season for Baltimore this year. The 24 year old announced his retirement Friday due to a congenital neck/spine condition.
Steelers rookie DBs expect Tom Brady to pick on them
The Steelers' defense has been the catalyst for their current nine-game win streak. Rookie defensive backs Artie Burns and Sean Davis expect quarterback Tom Brady to look their way often on Sunday.
Raiders GM: I want to do my best to keep Mack, Carr
Reggie McKenzie has a tough task coming ahead: Khalil Mack and Derek Carr are coming to decision points on their rookie contracts. The Raiders general manager wants to do his best to keep both.
Browns finalizing new contract for LB Jamie Collins
Cleveland plans to keep impending free agent Jamie Collins off the open market. The Browns are finalizing a long-term contract with the linebacker, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
Gonzalez: Matt Ryan 'complete master at this game'
Future Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez is stumping for his former quarterback. Gonzalez said on Thursday's edition of 'Total Access' that Falcons QB Matt Ryan is deserving of MVP honors.
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‘Urban Myths’ Premiere Recap: ‘Bob Dylan: Knocking’ on Dave’s Door’
From the UK’s Sky Arts channel comes Urban Myths - a series of “true..ish” comedies exploring remarkable events that may or may not have happened.
Syfy’s Pop-up Sorcery School Will Teach You How to Do Magic Like a Pro
Good news for fans of Syfy's 'The Magicians': magic isn't as hard as it looks on TV.
These Are the Free Museums Today, Shia LaBeouf Art Project Is Happening Now in Queens
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‘Hunted’ Is Equal Parts Manhunt and Psychological Thriller, Says Executive Producer
'Hunted' follows nine groups of two "Fugitives" who surrender all of their digital devices and attempt to outsmart skilled investigators.
Sundance 2017 Dispatches: Al Gore’s ‘Inconvenient Sequel’ Gets Inaugural Airing
Did Al Gore just make Donald Trump irrelevant? The most sobering take-away from An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk’s new chapter in the former Vice President’s peripatetic life as a climate-change missionary, is how much the wheels are already in motion for a global pa...
Sundance Memories: When the Festival Was Small and I Was a Young Nobody
As my friends and colleagues gather at the colossal cluster-fuck that Sundance has become, I remember a simpler time.
‘Baskets’ Returns, as Beautiful, Strange and Unappreciated as Ever
I imagine there’s an alternate universe where 'Baskets' was an enormous hit with a cultural impact akin to 'Stranger Things' or 'Westworld.'
How Foxygen Channelled L.A.’s Rich Music History on ‘Hang’
"That's the Foxygen thing—sloppiness on top of perfectionism."
Patrick Warburton Brings Lemony Snicket Out From Behind The Page
For many celebrities, the moment of being star-struck—the “oh my god, it’s actually that person from all of those things, and they’re right there in front of me”—comes as soon as you see them. Not for Patrick Warburton.
Pop Psych: ‘Sense8’ Knows How to Sink and Swim
As your life moves inexorably toward its conclusion, you swim, or you drown, a lesson Sense8’s recent Christmas special understands well.
'The Yellow Birds': Film Review | Sundance 2017
Director Alexandre Moors' adaptation of Kevin Powers' Iraq War novel 'The Yellow Bird' stars Jennifer Aniston, Toni Collette and Alden Ehrenreich. read more
Critic's Notebook: The Women's March on Washington Makes History, Except on Fox News
The massive anti-Donald Trump demonstrations around the world may well be the start of a new political revolution, though you'd never know it if you were tuned into Fox News. read more
Sundance: Netflix Takes 'Chasing Coral' Doc About the World's Coral Reefs
The film, directed by Jeff Orlowski, is screening as part of the festival's New Climate program.read more
Sundance: THR's Photo Portfolio of Kristen Stewart, Dave Franco, 'Big Sick' Cast and More
Alison Brie, Elijah Wood, Judd Apatow, Kumail Nanjiani, Aubrey Plaza, Elizabeth Olsen and more pose inside THR's festival lounge.
Donald Trump Criticizes Media Coverage of Inauguration During CIA Visit
The president claimed crowds "went all the way back to the Washington monument."read more
Reporter's Notebook: Protesters Have Their Day at D.C. Women's March
Yes, there were lots of signs but also some euphoria at seeing kindred spirits after a dark day. read more
Madonna Drops Three F-Bombs on CNN, MSNBC During Live Coverage of Women's March on Washington
The singer inserted a few expletives into her remarks at the D.C. protest, adding "Yes I have thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House."read more
Michael Wolff at the Trump Inauguration: A Muted and Otherworldly Affair
“It’s like an episode of Veep,” said an official from the first George Bush administration at the Time Warner party as the Trump family gathered on the inaugural platform.read more
Sundance: Chelsea Handler, John Legend, More Converge on Main Street for Anti-Trump March
Thousands of marchers descended on Park City carrying signs that read "Make America Compassionate Again" and "We Live in Trumpled Times."read more
'The Discovery': Film Review | Sundance 2017
Robert Redford, Rooney Mara and Jason Segel star in Charlie McDowell's 'The Discovery,' a character-driven sci-fi revolving around the question of whether or not there is an afterlife.read more
This Week's Top Downloads
Every week, we share a number of downloads for all platforms to help you get things done. Here were the top downloads from this week.Read more...
Enhance the Flavor of Cocktails With a Few Drops of Saline Solution
A pinch of salt is a great way for chefs and bakers to temper bitter flavors, but it’s a handy trick for at-home bartenders as well. Here’s how to make a saline solution that will boost the flavor of your cocktails.Read more...
Blynk Makes Creating Mobile Apps to Power Arduino or Raspberry Pi Projects a Little Easier
Android/iOS: If you want to control a Raspberry Pi or Arduino connected device from your phone, you’d usually need to know at least some programming. Blynk is an app that makes it easier to control those devices from your phone. Read more...
Google's Instant Tethering Makes It Easier to Share Your Phone's Connection
Many Android phones can create handy hotspots to share your phone’s internet connections, but they can be tedious to set up. Google wants to fix this with its new Instant Tethering feature.Read more...
An Easy Way to Peel Charred Peppers that Leaves You With Flavorful Stock
Roasting peppers for chili, soups, and stews is by no means a tough task, but peeling them can be a bit annoying. Though removing the skins under running water can help them slip off easily, you end up washing a bunch of flavor down the drain. Luckily, Serious Eats has a solution: peel them in a bow...
This DIY Platform Bed Saves Space, Has Tons of Storage
Arranging a decent-sized bed and other furniture in a small living space can feel like Tetris on hard mode, but if you’re up for a weekend project, you don’t have to sacrifice that much space with this DIY full-size platform bed. This video shows you how. Read more...
Top 10 Free Alternatives to Expensive Software
Unless you have a company buying licenses for you, tools like Photoshop, Pro Tools, Maya, or even Windows can be a serious bite out of your wallet. Here are some more affordable options to those normally pricey apps that’ll help you stop fretting and get more done.Read more...
Saturday's Best Deals: Finger Lights, Sugru, Massage Balls, and More
Finger lights, Sugru projects, and TriggerPoint foam massage balls lead off Saturday’s best deals.Read more...
Make a Cheap and Portable Camping Stove From Shelving Brackets
When you’re out camping and want to cook something in a pot or pan, all you really need is a way to hold the vessel above hot coals. One cheap and portable solution is to bring along a few metal shelving brackets.Read more...
Monitor Your Home From Anywhere With Yi's Security Camera, Just $30 Today
Yi, manufacturer of your favorite affordable action cam, also makes a home IP security camera, and Prime members can pick it up for just $30 today, albeit with a backorder. If you want it faster, or aren’t a Prime member, it’s also available for $35.Read more...
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Deng's Great Leap
In 1985, renowned economists from around the world took a cruise together down the Yangtze River. China would never be the same. Howard W. French reviews “Unlikely Partners” by Julian Gewirtz.
The Legend of the President's First Hundred Days
Franklin D. Roosevelt invented the idea of an activist sprint from the start of a presidency, and many successors have followed his example. Will Donald Trump make an early splash?
Edward Snowden's Real Motive
In ‘How America Lost Its Secrets’ a picture emerges of Snowden as an odd, deeply resentful young man driven less by high moral purpose than personal revenge.
A Drive To Destroy Themselves and Others
Richard Brooks’s screen adaptation of Truman Capote’s ‘In Cold Blood’ is a portrait of waste, loss and spiritual emptiness.
A New Concert Hall Rises on the Seine
Designed by architects Shigeru Ban and Jean de Gastines, the Seine Musicale is an ambitious new concert hall in western Paris. But can the venue thrive in an already crowded classical-music market?
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How to Treat an Opioid Epidemic
Addiction isn’t an illness like any other. Patients need not just the right medicines but therapy, support and, in some cases, tough supervision.
Management Expert Adam Grant on Billy Joel
Management expert Adam Grant recalls how the historical lists in Billy Joel’s ‘We Didn’t Start the Fire’ gave the future author his first research project.
Juries, From the Ancient Athenians to the '12 Angry Men'
As the classic film “12 Angry Men” reaches its 60th birthday, a look at juries—starting at the one that convicted Socrates in Athens.
Pinterest's Ben Silbermann Looks Ahead
The chief executive of the image-sharing site on building the company, his ‘dorky’ childhood collection and wasting time online.
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In pictures: A nationwide cry for equality in solidarity with Women's March on Washington
Austin teen pleads guilty to stabbing nurse 21 times, wrote in diary: 'I'm so proud of myself'
Frisco police say 91-year-old with memory loss found safe
This Day in Trump, Day 2: All eyes on crowd size
4 students from Waco admit stealing dinosaur bones after sneaking away from field trip
Police seek graffiti tagger spreading love notes to 'Jeana' in Richardson
Texas father admits trying to hire hit man to kill daughter's boyfriend, who played dead
'This is who I am': Lubbock man gets Trump neck tattoo
Trump tries to heal CIA rift, misstates inaugural crowd size, blasts news media
'Junie B. Jones Is Not a Crook,' but she is a hoot at Dallas Children's Theater
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Paper 101: Quick, easy formatting with keyboard shortcuts
Isn’t it great when you find your groove, and you’re pounding out ideas like a machine? Poking through toolbars and menus to find formatting options, though, can break your train of thought—and keep you from capturing those brilliant ideas. We’ve been there. So we added all kinds of keyboard shortcu...
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Dropbox and Intel work together to protect your data
We’re always looking for new and innovative ways to simplify and strengthen security. In addition to continuous infrastructure enhancements, we’ve created a number of tools to help users and teams better protect their information on Dropbox. That includes support for cutting edge technologies like U...
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Transparency report for the first half of 2016
Hundreds of millions of people trust Dropbox to keep their data private and secure. One way we work to earn that trust is through our commitment to transparency about government requests for user information. Since 2012, we’ve made these requests public in our Transparency Report. Today we’re publis...
Dropbox for Xbox: View and share from the biggest screen in your house
We’ve made it easy to access all of your files from your computers, phones, and tablets. Today, we’re bringing Dropbox to the biggest screen in your house with our new app for Xbox One. It’s the first universal Windows app for cloud storage on the gaming console, letting you view and share your phot...
We’re always looking for new ways to improve how you create and work together using Dropbox. That’s why we recently launched several new productivity tools to help you get work done and advanced sharing features to give you more control. And we’re just getting started: we’re working on even more col...
New Dropbox mobile offline folders let you work on the go
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Building a supportive community for everyone
Last year, we were very proud that Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index (CEI), awarded Dropbox a perfect score for LGBTQ equality in the workplace. Today, we’re happy to announce that we have achieved that perfect score again for 2017, and that Fortune Great Places to Work has named us a...
How Dropbox Paper helps make meetings more efficient and effective
Did you know knowledge workers spend over 60% of their time in meetings, according to a 2013 study? Face-to-face meetings are a perfect time for teams to bring up ideas, build consensus, and make decisions that move projects forward. But keeping everyone on the same page can be difficult. So we crea...
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Abortions in Texas Dropped Dramatically After Restrictions
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Chapecoense: Brutal 'celebration' for Brazil's tragic Cinderella team
The tears were for people lost, not games won, when the few survivors and families of the victims of the Chapecoense plane crash gathered to receive the South American Cup.
More severe weather expected; tornado kill 4 dead in Mississippi
Severe storms ripped through southern Mississippi early Saturday, killing at least four people and damaging several structures -- including a college.
Obamacare in jeopardy, states protect no-cost contraception, including vasectomy
Four states move to protect no-cost contraception, including vasectomies, as they prepare for Obamacare repeal.
Protesters across globe rally for women's rights
More than one million people marched through Washington, D.C., and other American cities Saturday to show support for women's rights and express their discontent over the election of President Donald Trump.
Reality Check: Sean Spicer hits the media over crowds
White House press secretary Sean Spicer launched into a tirade against the media Saturday, slamming what he said was unfair reporting of the attendance of President Donald Trump's inauguration, along with other criticisms.
More than 1 million marched against Trump in US -- and that's without counting DC
More than a million Americans took to the streets of the United States to protest Donald Trump the day after his inauguration. And that doesn't include the many thousands of people who took part in the main event -- The Women's March on Washington -- for which there was no official crowd estimate.
Empowerment on a sticky note: A wall of solutions at the Atlanta protest
A couple at the Atlanta women's march encouraged people to write down issues and possible solutions on sticky notes, then posted them on a wall near the Capitol.
Protesters rally worldwide in solidarity with Washington march
Protesters joined the Women's March on Washington and sister marches across the US and around the world a day after President Donald Trump's inauguration.
Two very different meanings for two brightly colored hats
Two very different types of crowds visited Washington in the past couple days -- one jubilantly cheering the swearing in of the 45th President of the United States, the other holding up signs that displayed messages like "Awful Man."
Protesters in Mexico show solidarity with Women's March
Under a piercing sun and the watchful gaze of the Angel of Independence monument, protestors in Mexico City chanted, "Love, not hate, makes America great."
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'A Dog's Purpose' author: 'Shocking' leaked video 'mischaracterizes' on-set animal safety
"A Dog's Purpose" author W. Bruce Cameron is defending the movie against claims of animal mistreatment after he said he viewed additional footage from the incident portrayed in a leaked, now-viral video.
Jason Momoa: One of the toughest actors in the business is a big softie
Jason Momoa is the type of guy who will talk about throwing tomahawk one minute and the next, admit he always does the dirty dishes at his wife's request. He'll talk about the beauty of naked branches in the winter while a daunting, blood-covered rubber apron -- a prop, he later explained -- hangs a...
Shia LaBeouf begins four-year Trump protest
Shia LaBeouf is planning to protest President Donald Trump for the next four years.
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Harvey Weinstein: 'I'm still the underdog'
Harvey Weinstein is the mega-producer and studio executive who co-founded The Weinstein Co. and Miramax. Some call him God. Madonna calls him The Punisher. We call him a "Creator."
Ava DuVernay's filmmaking passion began with a briefcase
Ava DuVernay is a director and producer who turns her passions into stories, from documentaries like "13TH" to big-budget sci-fi fantasy adventures. She's a justice-seeker, a forward-thinker and a "Creator."
Natalie Portman on the greatest thing about being human
Natalie Portman is an award-winning actress, director and activist who has done what many have tried and failed to do in Hollywood: be truly one of a kind. Through roles that have taken her from far away galaxies to the White House, she's earned herself a spot among the legends. And the best part? T...
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Reunited Audioslave, Prophets of Rage Explode at Anti-Inaugural Ball
Our report from the righteously indignant Los Angeles Anti-Inaugural Ball featuring Audioslave's first performance in more than 10 years.
Metallica's Kirk Hammett on Trump Speech: 'Reject American Carnage'
Metallica's Kirk Hammett urged fans to "defend democracy" and "reject American carnage" in a response to Donald Trump's grim inauguration speech.
T.I. Pens Moving Open Letter to 'Us' on Inauguration Day
T.I. concluded his series of open letters with a message to "us," or "whoever is against the oppressive communities that have tried to bring us down."
Sleater-Kinney Members, Stephen Malkmus Record New Songs for Protest LP
Members of Sleater-Kinney, Stephen Malkmus and Built to Spill's Doug Martsch are among the artists who have contributed new music to 'Battle Hymns.'
John Mayer Details Origin, Inspiration Behind Four New Songs
John Mayer gave us the full story behind the origin and release of four new songs, including "Love on the Weekend" and "Changing."
Jack White Will Open Third Man Records Pressing Plant
Jack White and Third Man Records will launch their innovative vinyl pressing plant in February at the Detroit location.
Hear Arcade Fire, Mavis Staples Team for Emphatic 'I Give You Power'
Arcade Fire and Mavis Staples have teamed for an emphatic new dance floor rallying cry, "I Give You Power."
Diamanda Galas: Hear Apocalyptic 'O Death' From Her First LP in Years
Diamanda Galás talks about her first albums in nearly nine years, 'All the Way' and 'At Saint Thomas the Apostle Harlem'.
Musicians Terrified Over Possible Obamacare Repeal
Many musicians who rely on Obamacare for medical conditions are terrified over the possibility it might be repealed.
Janelle Monae, Maxwell to Perform at Women's March on Washington
Janelle Monae and Maxwell are among the artists who will perform during the Women's March on Washington on January 21st in the nation's capital.
Netflix’s new sci-fi movie is Black Mirror meets Chicken Soup for the Soul
The Discovery has the premise of Black Mirror episode and the spiritual optimism of Chicken Soup for the Sci-Fi Nerd’s Soul. It's the not-so-distant future, and Dr. Thomas Harber (Robert Redford) has collected overwhelming scientific evidence that upon death our brainwaves make an exodus on a subato...
Tesla rolling out Autopilot to cars built since October, will limit Autosteer to 45 mph
Tesla is rolling out its Autopilot software to Model S and Model X cars built since October, which are equipped with second-generation Autopilot hardware, according to a tweet from Tesla CEO Elon Musk. The cars have been without a litany of safety features that are available in many older Tesla cars...
Zoom in on the crowd in CNN’s inauguration gigapixel portrait
Gigapixel imagery can capture an incredible amount of detail, whether it’s a stunt for a car promotion or if it’s used to capture every detail in fine art. CNN has released a new image of yesterday’s Presidential inauguration, allowing you to take in every detail of the event. These sorts of pictu...
Ian McKellen brought an appropriate sign to the London Women’s March
Lord of the Rings and X-Men actor Ian McKellen has been outspoken about his politics and activism, and it’s no surprise that he took part in today’s Women’s March in London. What’s even better is the sign that he carted along. Sir Ian McKellen's sign is EVERYTHING#WomensMarch pic.twitter.com/XS3h...
Hackers briefly took down the Sundance Film Festival’s box office today
The Sundance Film Festival reported this afternoon that its box office had been briefly been shut down due by a cyberattack. We have been subject to a cyberattack that has shut down our box office. Our artist's voices will be heard and the show will go on.— SundanceFilmFestival (@sundancefest) Ja...
Yesterday’s @POTUS transition didn’t go so smoothly for Twitter
When the official presidential Twitter handle changed hands yesterday, a number of users began to notice that they were following the account, even if they hadn’t followed it or had recently unfollowed it. According to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, when the accounts were transitioned from one to the othe...
The pros and cons of owning a furry blue phone case
I went to Los Angeles last week and visited a fabled place called the Super Mall. It’s a dingy spot where I got a bad manicure and almost bought an airbrushed T-shirt. It was a time. While there, I also found a few phone case retailers and decided to buy a furry blue case for my iPhone. This is my r...
Analyst: Apple could be exploring changes to Touch ID for its 2017 iPhone
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has released a new report that outlines some of his expectations with Apple’s 2017 iPhone. The expected updates include some structural changes, in addition to new biometric identification technology. Details from the note were published today by MacRumors. Kuo, ...
GM launches partnership with Girls Who Code
Mary Barra, the CEO and chairman of General Motors, believes that one way to build up more women leaders in the auto industry is to reach teenage girls who are interested in math and science. To that end, GM is investing in a new partnership with Girls Who Code, a nationwide after-school program tha...
New trailers: Logan, Power Rangers, and more
Some weeks, you really need the pick-me-up of a movie, and for a lot of us, this is one of them. So while it's not exactly a long-term solution, I finally caught La La Land this week, and it's one of the few things that's been able to take my stress level down in a good two months. I'm not usually a...
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Trump: Protesters and supporters on their messages to each other
Protesters against President Donald Trump and his supporters give their messages to each other.
India Andhra Pradesh train crash leaves 26 dead and scores injured
A rescue operation is under way after seven coaches and the engine derailed in Andhra Pradesh.
Pope Francis warns against rise in populism
But in a wide-ranging interview says it is too early to judge new US President Donald Trump.
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Australian Open 2017: Venus Williams beats Mona Barthel to reach quarter-finals
Venus Williams beats Germany's Mona Barthel to reach the quarter-finals at the Australian Open.
Mauritius: PM Anerood Jugnauth to hand over to son
Anerood Jugnauth, 86, says he will resign in favour of a younger leader - his own son, Pravind.
Chapecoense: Brazilian team play their first game since plane crash
Chapecoense play their first game since the majority of the team were killed in a plane crash on 29 November.
Trump inauguration: President attacks 'dishonest' media over crowd photos
The US president insists more than a million attended his inauguration, despite photographic evidence.
Andrew Walker: What if UK-EU trade deal can't be reached?
If the UK and the EU are going to have a trade agreement, it is best to get as many sectors covered as possible to reduce the chances of a WTO challenge.
A group of young men hopes to put Iraqi Kurdistan on the fashion map - and effect social change.
The Wall Street Journal - Politics And Policy
Democrats Meet to Plot New Course
Operatives and donors gather at Florida conference with aim of finding stronger footing and building resistance to President Donald Trump.
Hundreds of Thousands Attend Women's March in Washington
People protesting Donald Trump swarmed events in U.S. cities and around the world in a rebuke to the new president.
Protesters Rally in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago
Hundreds of thousands of people descended on the centers of cities throughout the U.S. on Saturday in a full day of marches, speeches and song to support women’s rights and protest the swearing-in of President Donald Trump.
Trump Seeks to Smooth Over Tensions With a Visit to the CIA
The president addressed some 400 intelligence workers, who greeted him with cheers; ‘I am with you 1,000%,’ he said. The visit came on his first full day in office after attending the National Prayer Service.
Hundreds of Thousands Converge on New York City for Women's March
New York City officials estimated more than 400,000 marchers converged on Midtown Manhattan to call for women’s rights and protest President Donald Trump on his first full day in office.
U.S. Under Trump Won't Send a Delegation to Syria Talks
The Trump administration has decided against sending a U.S. delegation to Kazakhstan for talks on the war in Syria, despite receiving a formal invitation from the Kazakh government with the backing of Russia and Turkey.
GOP Congress, President Trump Face Complex Dance
The new contours of power came into view Friday as the Senate confirmed two members of President Donald Trump’s national security team and the president issued executive orders related to the Affordable Care Act and federal regulations.
Senate Confirms Mattis as Defense Secretary
The Senate confirmed retired Gen. James Mattis as the secretary of defense, approving a central member of Donald Trump’s national security team just hours after the new president was sworn into office.
Huge Protest Is Planned for Trump's First Saturday
Officials say they have made preparations to deal with a crowd as large as 400,000 for Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington.
Mexican Officials to Meet With Trump Aides Next Week
Top Mexican officials will meet with senior members of Donald Trump’s administration next week in Washington, D.C., to discuss bilateral security, migration and economic issues, the Mexican government said.
Los Angeles Times - Arts & Entertainment
Sundance 2017 updates: The Women's Protest March descends on Park City
Sundance 2017 updates: The Women's Protest March descends on Park City Jan. 21, 2017, 9:37 p.m. Many of the attendees of the Sundance Film Festival are sharing in the national protest movement and marching in support of women's rights down Main Street. And that's just one of the things happening...
While Donald Trump danced, Shepard Fairey debuted his 'American Civics'
On the night of President Trump’s inaugural galas in Washington, Shepard Fairey opened his “American Civics” exhibition in Los Angeles. The timing was intentional. The pieces of work, featuring images from the 1960s by the late photographer Jim Marshall, represent social issues including prison...
Fox News downplays Women's March on Washington
The three main cable news networks may have been equal in their wall-to-wall coverage of Friday’s inauguration and its festivities, but during Saturday’s coverage of the Women’s March on Washington, the historical divide between Fox News and its compatriots had been firmly reinstated. CNN, MSNBC...
Women's March Los Angeles demonstrates city planning's need for 'radical flatness'
Any big political march is both a test of a city’s spatial limitations and an exercise in seeing and using that city in a new way. This may be especially true in Los Angeles, a city still trying to shake off an outdated reputation as a place without a significant pedestrian culture or vibrant public...
Culture and Trump: Los Angeles artists speak out on why they joined the march for women
They began to gather just after 7 a.m. Saturday at the Good Luck Gallery, a small art space on Chung King Road in Los Angeles’ Chinatown. Owner Paige Wery, who showcases the work of outsider artists, threw open the doors in advance of the women’s march in Los Angeles to offer artists, friends and......
Former AFTRA Retirement Fund executive charged in $3.4-million fraud case
A former executive at the AFTRA Retirement Fund has been arrested, along with a business vendor, and charged with two counts of conspiracy to commit wire fraud in connection with an alleged false invoicing scheme that cost the health and retirement fund of millions of dollars. Enrico Rubano worked.....
'Beware the Slenderman' is a chilling look at a crime inspired by the Internet
In simpler times, anxious parents worried about what might happen to their children at the park or on the walk home from school. These days, parents fret about the dangers that might lurk behind a closed door in their own home. “Beware the Slenderman,” airing Monday on HBO, will do little to quell.....
Trump's inauguration is watched by 30.6 million viewers - 7 million fewer than Obama's first ceremony
The inauguration of President Trump was watched by 30.6 million television viewers on Friday, 19% below the audience of 37.8 million for President Obama’s first swearing-in ceremony in 2009. The figure is based on preliminary data from Nielsen for inauguration coverage that aired from 10 a.m. to 6.....
Culture and Trump: A free comic offers artist 'Resist!'-ance at the Hammer Museum
Stacked in piles around the Hammer Museum on Friday was a 40-page tabloid newspaper of comic art by women of all ages, creeds and races reacting to the presidential election of Donald Trump. An inky black illustration by artist Sue Coe shows Trump in the shape of a tornado ripping the constitution.....
'It's ours to change': Uzo Aduba with 'What Meryl said' sign appears at Women's March on Washington
Women's marches live updates: Millions march in L.A. and around the world following Trump's inauguration Jan. 21, 2017, 9:11 p.m. A day after the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump, millions nationwide and around the world marched in support of women's rights. • Huge crowds converge on flagsh...
Paleo Hot Cocoa
Hot cocoa may be the most comforting beverage of all time. And while I have fond childhood memories of packets of hot cocoa with tiny hard marshmallows, my taste in hot chocolate has become slightly more sophisticated as an adult. This Paleo hot chocolate is high on the cocoa content, lower on sugar...
Farro, Mushroom, and Spinach Soup
If you haven’t met farro yet, let me introduce you. Farro is an ancient grain with long-ago origins in western Asia. It has an earthy, nutty flavor and a chewy texture that works well in everything from winter soups to hearty salads. Italian cooks have enjoyed this grain for years, and it’s beginnin...
How To Make Fast, No-Soak Beans in the Pressure Cooker
I think that a warm pot of beans whenever you want them is at least half the reason for owning a pressure cooker. Forget pre-soaking. Forget hours of gentle simmering. With a pressure cooker, you can go from opening a bag of dried legumes to plump, tender beans in under an hour. How’s that for a sal...
Skillet Chermoula Chicken
Are you familiar with Chermoula? It’s the Moroccan answer to pesto—a spicy herb sauce often used in North African cuisine. Although chermoula is most often paired with fish, it’s excellent with chicken! Chicken thighs hold their own with this flavorful rub made with parsley, cilantro, garlic, cumin,...
French Toast with Caramelized Bananas (Vegan and Gluten-Free)
This month we’re sharing a few recipes from our friend Tess Masters, The Blender Girl! Tess is our go-to gal for fantastic vegan and gluten-free blender recipes. Check out her newest book The Perfect Blend, available now on Amazon. Whoever thought of soaking bread and frying it should be nominated f...
Easy Tuscan Bean Soup
The best bean soups have a lived-in quality, as if they have been simmering on the back burner for hours, just waiting for you. You can achieve this by cooking the dried beans from scratch, of course. Or you can skip the long simmer and pop open a can! Bean soups have the distinct advantage of tasti...
Pressure Cooker Porcupine Meatballs
Don’t worry – these meatballs aren’t actually made out of porcupines! The name refers to the grains of rice that get mixed in with the meatballs and poke out as they simmer, resembling spines on a porcupine. With rice and meat all in one dish, you just need a vegetable side to complete the meal. ...
How To Make The Best Detox Smoothie
This month we’re sharing a few recipes from our friend Tess Masters, The Blender Girl! Tess is our go-to gal for fantastic vegan and gluten-free blender recipes. Check out her newest book The Perfect Blend, available now on Amazon. Today, I’m going to share my fool-proof system for making delicious ...
How to Cook Mushrooms without Fat
Do you know the easiest way to cook mushrooms? Here’s a method I’ve been using for years. It’s called “dry sautéing”. You cook sliced mushrooms in a hot pan without adding any fat, liquid, or sauce. As the mushrooms heat up in the pan, they release their juices and cook in their own liquid. Con...
Cream Of Celeriac Soup with Brussels Sprouts Chips
This month we’re sharing a few recipes from our friend Tess Masters, The Blender Girl! Tess is our go-to gal for fantastic vegan and gluten-free blender recipes. Check out her newest book The Perfect Blend, available now on Amazon. This sensational soup will make you look like a gourmet chef, and it...