Kate and Sarah asked Ellen DeGeneres to attend their wedding. She did the next best thing.
Maher said that democracy means "sharing a country with a**holes you can't stand."
Here's why I made the video, how Twitter users defeated attempts to bury it and why we must never stop standing up for human rights.
Several candidates publicly complained about the choice of topics following the fourth Democratic debate.
Rafael Shimunov, the creator of the video, chatted with Newsweek on why he published these videos, and why they're important.
"We can't even begin to talk about kindness," said "Avengers" star Mark Ruffalo.
Ellen said people had "forgotten it's OK that we're all different," and refused to avoid being friends with people who had different views to her.
"My heart stopped," Teigen told Ellen DeGeneres about the moment President Trump attacked her on Twitter Sunday night.
The talk show host flew to the U.K. over the summer to meet the family.
In keeping with the sugary aesthetic of the "Lover" album, the teaser also features a bowl of candy and a whirring blender spilling a drink over a pink tablecloth
Winfrey recently spoke to the alleged sexual abuse victims of Michael Jackson featured in the Leaving Neverland documentary for an HBO special.
"CNN Tonight" host says the comedian's response to the LGBT community has been found wanting.
"Get 'em!" Ocasio-Cortez tweeted to Grande.
High-profile users from Trump to Oprah suffered huge losses following a cull of suspicious accounts.
Thank Ellen DeGeneres for making it happen.
The talk show host begged Biden to run in 2020.
The former Fox star goes Tina Fey's "sheetcaking" route by avoiding issues on her morning show debut.
Fox News contributor Britt McHenry asked: "Does Ellen admire that?"
Chris Pratt, for example, will reveal his secret man-crush and other answers to Ellen's "burning questions."
A teenager broke Ellen's record for the noble goal of free nuggs. But that's not even the most absurd record announced by Guinness in the last few months.
Ellen DeGeneres' sitcom, 'Ellen,' became one of the first major TV shows with an openly gay character 20 years ago today.
Tom Hanks, Robert De Niro, Bruce Springsteen and Diana Ross also received the Presidential Medal of Freedom.