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  1. Bill Maher: "Unlike Lion Killers, PETA Only Goes After Fair Game" (Guest Column)

    9:00 am 8/20/2015

    "PETA constituents are not fat cats but pigs, cows, orcas, mice and any other animal in trouble," says the 'Real Time' host who is a long-time board member of 35-year-old animal rights organization.Read more

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  2. How 100 Hollywood Moms Are Supporting Foster Kids Who Become Mothers

    9:00 am 8/20/2015

    Star Jordana Brewster and activist Yasmine Delawari Johnson are among the industry women who've formed the Alliance of Moms, an auxiliary of the Alliance for Children's Rights, to bring medical care and educational programs to vulnerable L.A. teens.Read more

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  3. How Cecil the Lion Rescued a Wildlife Program on the Verge of Extinction

    9:00 am 8/20/2015

    Oxford University's Wildlife Conservation Research Unit was close to shutting down its anti-poaching team. Then Walter Palmer killed a lion, the group was mentioned on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' and a $1 million donation drive became a roaring success.Read more

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  4. Why Kirk and Anne Douglas Are Giving Away Their Fortune

    9:00 am 8/20/2015

    The iconic actor and his wife of 61 years have amassed an $80 million fortune, and now they are planning to give back to a range of causes, from Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and the Anne Douglas Center for Women to their biggest passion, the Motion Picture & Television Fund.Read more

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  5. Lady Gaga 'Hunting Ground' Song to Become Campus Rape PSA Directed by Catherine Hardwicke

    9:00 am 8/20/2015

    The 'Twilight' helmer, the singer and the song's writer, Diane Warren, all donated their time for the "Till It Happens to You" recording and video.Read more

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  6. Bill Cosby, Donald Sterling and Charities' "Nightmare" Naming-Rights Problem

    9:00 am 8/20/2015

    For a few million donated dollars, celebrities can brand their names on a host of Los Angeles properties. But when those names become clouded in controversy, charities may have to backpedal.Read more

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  7. Matthew Perry on Sobriety and Service: "Two Alcoholics Talking to Each Other Is a Big Deal"

    9:00 am 8/20/2015

    The actor highlights the work of the Phoenix House rehab center, reveals plans for his sober living facility and discusses the importance of giving back: "If an alcoholic comes up to me and says, 'Will you help me stop drinking?' I will say, 'Yes, I know how to do that.'"Read more

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  8. The Entertainment Industry's Biggest Givers

    9:00 am 8/20/2015

    From stem cell research to a $130 million New York park, here's where the industry wrote its checks.Read more

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  9. The Hollywood Indies Little League Swings and Connects with At-Risk Youth

    9:00 am 8/20/2015

    The 22-year-old brainchild of director and Emmy-winning producer Stan Brooks — with the support of Hank Azaria, Macy Gray and Angela Bassett and the L.A. Dodgers Foundation — is now the largest little league program in L.A. county: "It's our job to create better citizens."Read more

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  10. Why Hollywood Loved the Ice Bucket Challenge (Guest Column)

    9:00 am 8/20/2015

    A year after the viral phenomenon, NeueHouse's Tim Geary, whose wife suffers from ALS, writes about how the entertainment industry helped create a sensation: "People feel it's necessary to put their goodness on show irrespective of whether any good is actually being done."Read more

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