Podcaster Karina Longworth's new season explores why Jane Fonda survived Hollywood, and why late Breathless star Jean Seberg didn't
Looking back 10 years since heiress was released for violating her probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case
Bobby Dugan, first of the 12 jurors to identify himself and speak on camera about trial, talks about "four people crying in the [jury] room"
'Most hated man in America' faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted in a court trial that begins this week
Charles Manson's "right-hand man" sentenced to life in prison for involvement in Gary Hinman and "Shorty" Shea murders
How Marcus "Dyrus" Hill overcame his shy nature and slow Hawaiian internet speeds to become an elite gamer
Anonymous juror says wording of legal charges and lack of new evidence posed problems
Seven things you should check out this week
The writer's wife shot down the 1974 idea
Filmmaker Brian Knappenberger was ready to make a doc about Gawker and Hulk Hogan – and then Trump was elected
Actor-comedian will hold free town halls to discuss the judicial system
Judges rule Steven Avery's nephew was coerced into confessing he participated Teresa Halbach's murder
Filipino singing sensation thanks fans for "love and respect"
Radio host says "alternate narrative to the mainstream media" has been growing over last 20 years
Author of 'The Sarah Book' talks writing about his failed marriage and what people get right, and wrong, about his home state of West Virginia