Torontosun.com 10/16/2014"... Recently, various celebrities joined forces to create a public service announcement about Ebola. The message (from Idris Elba, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Whoopi Goldberg, Alicia Keys, Forest Whitaker, Jeffrey Wright, Naomi Campbell and various other artists, scientists and doctors) is crucial: that Ebola is not a death sentence. Otherwise, celebrities have been remarkably quiet on the subject of Ebola. ..."
Read the entire article: http://www.torontosun.com/2014/10/14/where-are-the-celebrities-in-the-ebola-fight
Madamenoire.com 10/16/2014"... Money woes affects us all, even the so called rich and famous. If you don’t believe us take it from these celebrities evicted from their homes after they couldn’t keep up with mortgage payments. ..."
Read the entire article: http://madamenoire.com/478154/celebrities-evicted/
Foxnews.com 10/16/2014"... This past summer, the success of the Ice Bucket Challenge once again proved the huge influence that celebrities can have on others. Many ice-bucket videos that were shared by celebrities went viral, and had a big impact on raising awareness about amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and bringing in money for the cause. But for A-listers, supporting health causes is not new, and a few celebs have taken their influence to another level by starting their own charities. Here are a few of the most successful ones. ..."
Read the entire article: http://www.foxnews.com/health/2014/10/13/6-celebrities-whose-charities-have-aided-medical-research/
Latimes.com 10/16/2014"... In their ongoing quest to squeeze more revenue out of passengers, airlines are split on a big potential moneymaker: in-flight entertainment. Large carriers such as Delta Air Lines have invested heavily in touch-screen entertainment systems that are built into seat backs. Southwest Airlines and others offer only onboard wireless Internet so passengers can watch movies and television shows using their own tablet computer or smartphone. ..."
Read the entire article: http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-travel-briefcase-20141013-story.html
Thinkprogress.org 10/9/2014"... House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) seemed to echo Mitt Romney’s infamous claim that 47 percent of Americans are “takers” who suck up government benefits during a speech at a conservative Washington D.C. think tank on Thursday. Addressing the American Enterprise Institute, Boehner suggested that President Barack Obama’s economy has lulled many unemployed people into a sense of dependence on government. ..."
Read the entire article: http://thinkprogress.org/economy/2014/09/19/3569632/boehner-unemployed-work/
Uticoad.com 10/9/2014"... Paula Patton doesn't want Robin Thicke back. According to TMZ, Patton has filed for divorce from her high school sweetheart citing irreconcilable differences. Patton has asked for joint legal and physical custody of their son Julian and court documents cite the date of separation as February 21. ..."
Read the entire article: http://www.uticaod.com/article/ZZ/20141009/NEWS/310099998
Msnbc.com 10/9/2014"... Nothing brings celebrities together like the right to vote. With the help of a slew of celebrities Rock the Vote released a new ad #turnoutthevote, on Tuesday, to help encourage the millennial generation to come out and vote in four weeks. Founded in 1990, Rock the Vote has always encouraged America’s youth to vote and as they gear up for the midterm elections they are enlisting a variety of celebrities to help push their message. ..."
Read the entire article: http://www.msnbc.com/the-cycle/celebrities-want-you-rock-the-vote
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