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Who among us can live without our cell phones? Each year on International Women's Day, the world comes together to celebrate women and advocate for gender equality. It's a message we feel is an important one to share, especially as moms. In our part of the world, reaching a level of equality means we are able to care for our children, while achieving great things at our jobs and work. And as pro

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Last night, during the opening evening of the International Conference On Masculinities there were some big feminist players mingling over bite-sized sandwiches. Notable guests and participants ranged from renowned masculinities studies professor Michael Kimmel to "Lean In's" Sheryl Sandberg and, of course, the Great Gloria Steinem. After some discussion about why she wasn't wearing her newly fa

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“Blake Shelton’s drunken antics have wife Miranda Lambert ready to dump her partying hubby in a $40 million divorce drama!” claims the National Enquirer in a new, completely false report. Gossip Cop can debunk the story.

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Kim Kardashian seemed to "break the Internet" when she debuted platinum blonde hair during Paris Fashion Week on Thursday. The celebrity has colorist Lorri Goddard to thank for her new look. Goddard is the woman behind some of Hollywood's hottest blondes (including Reese Witherspoon, Kate Hudson, Chloe Grace Moretz and the Olsen twins) so Kardashian's locks were in trusty hands. The colorist w

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"Better Call" someone to help you calm down after this. Aaron Paul is pretty much all for making an appearance in AMC's "Breaking Bad" spinoff. While talking with Variety about a possible cameo, the actor said, "We always have fun having that discussion, Vince [Gilligan], myself, Peter [Gould], the writers, we just have no idea how that would happen. But hopefully one day.” "Better Call Saul"

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Adam Carolla is not sorry about his jokes that others find offensive. When he stopped by HuffPost Live on Thursday to chat about the new film "Road Hard," which Carolla co-wrote, co-directed and stars in, the comic responded to a viewer who asked for his take on Calling Out Carolla, a Tumblr blog that documents "anti-LGBT language" Carolla has used. "Go find a politician or somebody who's in c

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As a celebrity with a powerful platform, Oscar winner Common often speaks out with focused intensity about the struggles for justice, dignity and freedom -- as he did in his impassioned speech from the Academy Award stage last month. It's the kind of perspective that can only be delivered from the heart, and as a proud black man in America, Common says his own experiences have most certainly helpe

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It's business in the front and party in the back on "The Tonight Show." On Thursday, this week's "Saturday Night Live" host Chris Hemsworth and "Chappie" star Hugh Jackman joined Jimmy Fallon and "SNL" stars Colin Jost, Kate McKinnon and Bobby Moynihan for a game of "Musical Beers." The game works like Musical Chairs, except the last one without a drink is out, or, you know, something like that.

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There must have been something in the water this week. Hollywood's most stylish stars stepped out in monochromatic looks that were strikingly similar. Helen Mirren and Susan Sarandon both looked ravishing in long, navy gowns with panel details, while Heidi Klum and Freida Pinto proved that sometimes wearing head-to-toe black is the best way to secure a spot on the best-dressed list. Check out

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Thursday night's "Scandal" focused on the shooting of an unarmed black teen named Brandon Parker in Washington, D.C., less than two miles from the White House. In the episode, called "The Lawn Chair," tensions run high as the boy's father positions himself in front of his son's body with a shot gun, refusing to move from the crime scene. Mere days after being held hostage and auctioned on the blac

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