Actor Andrew Garfield finds refuge in art after losing his mom

“I love this film. It's the story of failure. And we're actually witnessing what he [Jonathan Larson] believes to be his last attempt at making his dream a reality of being a musical theater maker and writer that can support himself and put a roof over his own head,” says actor Andrew Garfield about his new film “Tick Tick Boom.” Photo courtesy of Netflix.

Andrew Garfield talks about portraying playwright Jonathan Larson in “tick, tick…BOOM!” and reprising the role of Spider-Man.

The federal government is giving California $600 million for forest restoration work, post-fire cleanup, and the removal of so-called hazard trees. 

The Supreme Court justices will hear challenges to race-conscious admissions programs at Harvard and the University of North Carolina this fall.

After a nail-biting football weekend, the LA Rams and San Francisco 49ers will face off at the NFC Championship game on January 30. 

Tina Turner, Bruce Springsteen, and Bob Dylan are selling the rights to their music, costing major labels billions of dollars. Why are they selling?