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"Matrix" co-director Andy Wachowski came out on Tuesday as transgender, giving her new name as Lilly, four years after directing partner and sister Lana made the same announcement.
 
There's "clap back," where celebrities go after haters on social media, and then there's "clap back" Kim Kardashian West-style, where one of the biggest names in the game takes on a 19-year-old, actress Chloe Grace Moretz.
 
The wife of Eagles co-founder Randy Meisner has been shot dead from an accidental discharge of a rifle at the couple's home in Los Angeles, police said on Monday.
 
William, Kate and kids enjoy the snow in ski holiday photos
Kensington Palace has released photos of Prince William, Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge and their children George and Charlotte on a ski holiday in the French Alps.
 
Celebrities urge world leaders to fight for girls, women
A number of high-profile entertainers -- including Oprah Winfrey, Mary J. Blige, Charlize Theron and Meryl Streep -- have signed an open letter calling on world leaders to fight for gender equality across the globe.
 
Clearwater revival: overhauling a symbol of Hudson cleanup
Folk legend Pete Seeger helped dream up the sloop Clearwater in the 1960s as symbol of efforts to rid pollution from the Hudson River. Now, the river is cleaner and the old boat needs restoring.
 
Pop star Kesha, who says her producer sexually and psychologically abused her, choked up after accepting an award for her stance against harassment of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth.
 
Lady Gaga on Friday described her Oscar performance with rape survivors as the most difficult of her life, saying that she remains in chronic pain from a decade-old assault.
 
An autopsy determined Bobbi Kristina Brown had a mix of drugs in her body when she went underwater in a bathtub, but a medical examiner couldn't tell whether her death was a homicide, making the criminal investigation tougher.
 
Dustin Hoffman feels there's a systemic racial problem in America that goes beyond the Oscars.
 
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