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Stars Give Back® – Ice-T, Kid Rock, Stevie Nicks, and Others – Veterans Matter

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Over a dozen celebrities and Cumulus Media have come together to help the innovative, Ohio-based Veterans Matter program kick off a campaign on Memorial Day […]


First Lady Michelle Obama: Bring Back Our Girls !

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“What happened in Nigeria was not an isolated incident. It’s a story we see every day as girls around the world risk their lives to […]


Carlos de Abreu: Founder of Hollywood Humanitarian Council™ and Hollywood Gives Back®

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HOLLYWOOD HUMANITARIAN COUNCIL™: Stars and Innovators Creating Change! The Hollywood Humanitarian Council (HHC) was established to create programs that give a voice to the voiceless […]


HOLLYWOOD HUMANITARIAN COUNCIL™: Stars and Innovators Creating Change With New Ideas!

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HOLLYWOOD HUMANITARIAN COUNCIL™: Stars and Innovators Creating Change With New Ideas! The Hollywood Humanitarian Council (HHC) was established to create programs that give a voice […]


HOLLYWOOD HUMANITARIAN COUNCIL™: Stars and Innovators Creating Change With New Ideas!

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HOLLYWOOD HUMANITARIAN COUNCIL™:Stars and Innovators Creating Change With New Ideas! The Hollywood Humanitarian Council (HHC) was established to create programs that give a voice to […]


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  • Stars Raise Their Voices For Foster Kids
    More than $500,000 was raised in support of older foster kids needing permanent families with the help of Broadway and Hollywood heavy-hitters this week at the St. James Theatre, including Tina Fey, Jane Krakowski, Darren Criss, Tituss Burgess, Megan Hilty, Caroline Rhea and many more. Tina Fey, Jane Krakowski and Seth RudetskyCredit/Copyright: Getty ImagesT
  • James Patterson Announces More School Library Grants
    Three months ago, James Patterson and Scholastic Reading Club pledged to donate $1.5 million to school libraries across the country. They have already received more than 28,000 applications for funding grants. Because of the overwhelming number of requests for books and additional classroom resources made on behalf of school libraries, James Patterson will i
  • Biz Stone Makes A STAND For Charity
    Biz Stone has joined STAND as Chairman where he will lend his expertise, network, voice, and vision to help the company realize its global vision. STAND was founded in 2014 by Eric Harr and Tony Daniel, previously founders of the successful grassroots social movement, Make A Stand, which was inspired by Eric’s then eight-year old daughter, Vivienne, and rais
  • Malala Yousafzai Helps UN Celebrate In San Francisco
    Bringing the idea of the United Nations to life required huge leaps of statecraft to bridge differences, declared Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Friday in San Francisco, commemorating the 70th anniversary of the adoption of the UN Charter, which he said “symbolizes the hope and aspirations that we can bring the world as it is a little closer to the world a

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  • Tunisia identifies all 38 hotel attack victims, 30 of them British
    TUNIS (Reuters) - Thirty Britons and eight other foreigners were killed last Friday when a gunman opened fire on holiday-makers at a Tunisian hotel, Tunisia's health ministry said on Wednesday, completing the last formal identification.
  • Discovery brightens solar's future, energy costs to be cut
    ROME (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Scientists in Switzerland announced a clean-energy breakthrough on Wednesday; a cheaper, solar technology that splits water molecules to create clean-burning hydrogen fuel.
  • Islamic State attack in Egypt's North Sinai kills 70
    ISMAILIA, Egypt/CAIRO (Reuters) - Islamic State insurgents attacked several military checkpoints in Egypt's North Sinai on Wednesday in a co-ordinated assault in which at least 70 combatants and civilians were killed -- one of the biggest militant attacks in Egypt's modern history.

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  • Discovery brightens solar's future, energy costs to be cut
    The solar panel design will make it cheaper to produce hydrogen, but a simple version won't be available for average citizens for at least 10 years, scientists said. Splitting water molecules to create hydrogen allows the sun's energy to be more easily stored to generate electricity or power clean cars. The discovery has major implications for clim
  • Egypt government approves draft anti-terrorism, election laws
    Egypt's cabinet approved draft anti-terrorism and election laws on Wednesday, the transitional justice minister said. President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi had promised a tougher legal system on Tuesday, after a car-bomb attack that killed the top public prosecutor, the highest-level state official to be killed in years. The cabinet said in a statement that th
  • Puerto Rico power company forced to sell bonds amid crisis
    SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Puerto Rico's troubled power company has been forced to sell bonds once again to obtain capital and avoid defaulting on a $415 million debt payment due Wednesday with a worsening economic crisis in the U.S. territory.