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‘Starstruck’ Actress ‘Cried’ When She Met ‘Icon’ Hillary Clinton

“What really gets” actress Chloe Grace Moretz “going” is Hillary Clinton, a USA Today reporter discovered in meeting her for a profile piece on the 17-year-old star of If I Stay, the movie which ...
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Actor Who Plays POTUS on Fox’s ‘24’ Touts He’s ‘a Big Fan’ of ‘Smart’ Obama

William Devane, who plays “President James Heller” on Fox’s prime time 24: Live Another Day, told USA Today that “obviously I’m a big fan of Obama, as a guy who’s smart and articulate” and, in ...
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Star of Showtime Series Delights in Britain’s ‘Amazing...Free Health Care’

Emmy Rossum, the 27-year-old star of Showtime’s Shameless, which had its fourth season debut Sunday night (Jan 12), on Wednesday’s Jimmy Kimmel Live marveled at the “amazing” and “free health ...
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Daryl Hannah, Hayden Panettiere, Other Celebs Demand Fracking Ban

Movie and TV stars condemn natural gas drilling, recycle misleading claims.
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Modern Family: Celebs. Celebs! CELEBS!!!!!!

Modern Family boasts a trifecta of celebrities in this week's episode.
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Hollywood Uses Influence to Push Obamacare, Denies It Has Influence on Violent Culture

Celebrities mobilize over 67 million Twitter users to ‘Get Covered’ by president’s health insurance plan.
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Celebrity Silence on Syria

Actors used to boldly campaign against Republican wars. It's the Obama era now. So the government can do no wrong.
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Measles Epidemic in Britain Thanks to Anti-Vaccination Fears

Celebrities continue to promote vaccine-autism link in face of science.
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Forbes List Shows Liberals Dominate Influential Media Spots By 9-to-1

‘Celebrity 100’ reveals strength of left across news, entertainment.
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Five Days Before Election, Sit-Com Producer Uses CBS to Publicize Anti-Romney/Anti-Republican Rant

Chuck Lorre, executive producer of three sit-coms on CBS (The Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men, Mike & Molly), used the ends of two of his shows Thursday night to tease an online ...
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