Dating expert Monique Kelley has advice for singles feeling the scrutiny of their married and coupled friends and family during quarantine. According to Kelley, singles should not feel pressured to defend or explain their relationship status, and she's got tips for better communication around what can be a touchy topic.
Grae Drake has all the big moves that are premiering online this weekend.
Scientist Dr. William Phillips and thousands of others are now volunteering to be intentionally injected with the coronavirus to help accelerate the development of a vaccine.
Civil rights attorney Areva Martin discusses recent SCOTUS decisions on Trump’s Taxes and Obamacare. Plus, she shares why "Central Park Karen" should be prosecuted.
The Ventura County Sheriff's Department said Thursday the search for mother, actress, singer, and author Naya Rivera is now a recovery mission and that she is presumed dead.
Randy Rainbow’s new political parody draws from Disney’s songbook with “Poor Deplorable Troll” a spoof on The Little Mermaid's "Poor Unfortunate Soul." The actor and comedian talks about his creative process, and his recent gig with childhood idol Barbara Streisand.
Officials with the San Bernardino National Forest say that no "Satanic Cult activity" has been happening in the forest and animals are not being sacrificed, despite claims on a poster making the rounds on social media.
Alex Winter's new documentary focuses on child actors past and present in Hollywood. He shares what it was like directing the HBO documentary and whether or not he'd be okay with his children getting into the biz.
Variety's Elizabeth Wagmeister looks at the scary fate of "Halloween" and other big horror movies..
A reporter who attended the Trump rally is among those who have tested positive for COVID-19, along with six of Trump's campaign staffers and two members of the Secret Service who worked in advance of the rally.
An independent autopsy on Andres Guardado, who was killed last month by a Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy in Gardena, found that the 18-year-old was shot five times in the back.
The star of "Insecure" explains what he's doing to remind Hollywood and the country that "Black Lives Matter"
The July 4th incident, captured on video, has brought national attention, and the man who organized the mural project is relieved that charges came swiftly.
Former 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton believes she would have handled the coronavirus pandemic better than President Trump, and that she would win if she was on the ballot this November.
The Laugh Factory is sending a serious message as it unveiled a 148-foot-long mural Tuesday as a tribute to Black Lives Matter.
Dermot Mulroney talks about being bad in "Hanna", now streaming on Amazon Prime. He also gets surprised by a blast from the past during his interview.
Variety's Elizabeth Wagmeister looks at the online push to "cancel Hamilton".
American Idol alum and Broadway star Constantine Maroulis talks about his friend and late Broadway actor Nick Cordero. Maroulis and his fellow Broadway actors perform a tribute for him on Good Day LA by singing Cordero's song called "Live Your Life."
Women's Rights Attorney Gloria Allred presented a copy of a police report from a woman accusing Jeffrey Epstein of sexual assault back in 1997. She says the report was never followed up on and could have prevented future assaults. Allred has written to Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey and Santa Monica Police Chief Cynthia Renaud to find out if local authorities have investigated Alicia Arden’s allegations against Epstein.
Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter are now the longest-married presidential couple in history.