Celebrities are joining the fight for equality and trying to end LGBT youth homelessness by raising money for the True Colors Fund.
In May, SeaWorld was declared responsible for the death of trainer Dawn Brancheau, who was pulled under the water and drowned by orca Tilikum during a show in 2010. Now,
Soccer star David Beckham wants to end child malnutrition. With the spotlight on London with the 2012 Olympics, he believes now is the time to focus on the issue.
Bale spent more than two hours at an Aurora hospital on Tuesday, spending time with both survivors and their families.
Speaking at the AIDS 2012 International Conference in Washington DC, John addressed the global AIDS epidemic, saying compassion and love fuels research efforts into the terminal illness and is vital to ending it.
Kate Middleton’s name has been added to the royal foundation, now known as the The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.
Mayor Nutter’s ban on feeding the homeless in Philadelphia has been halted by a judge and charity groups are back on the street feeding those in need.