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Actress claims studio executives banned her from her own after-party because she refused to hide her relationship
DeGeneres apologized to staff members and said the show was starting a "new chapter"
WarnerMedia is investigating allegations of mistreatment and racist behavior behind the scenes of Ellen's talk show
Cooper discussed coming out and new son Wyatt with Ellen DeGeneres
Pay cuts, silence from producers, and no concern for health and wellbeing are just some of the complaints from 'Ellen' staff
DeGeneres was branded tone-deaf for the joke, particularly given her multimillion-dollar home
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Human rights observer says rightward shift in global politics made Brunei believe it could avoid public scrutiny and criticism
DeGeneres said that she believed in "forgiveness" and "second chances," but social media users disagreed
DeGeneres said that Matthew Shepard's death after her coming out "devastated" her
The medal winning figure skater also spoke to Ellen DeGeneres about his feud with VP Mike Pence
Ellen skewered the president's son, saying "No one has undermined Donald Trump more than Donald Trump"
DeGeneres said that "as a gay woman" she refused to give Trump a platform for his message
But she still voted Republican, despite the party's anti-transgender politics