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We sent disposable cameras to 25 women across the U.S. Here are their lives, unedited.

Kristen Bell, Princess Nokia and others shared intimate snapshots with us

The stories we tell about Kobe Bryant

In recent days, Bryant stories have become meta stories, about memory and reckoning and hero worship and heroes

Netflix’s new ‘Goop Lab’ needs more normal people and less Gwyneth Paltrow

The show’s most moving and vulnerable moments feature everyday people

When Ellen came out, I saw how cruel the world is to lesbians like me. Her Golden Globes award shows how far we’ve come.

The message that her downfall sent to kids like me, who were just coming out as gay, was stark and devastating

On the eve of Harvey Weinstein’s trial, the Golden Globes had a chance to support #MeToo. Instead, Ricky Gervais was the host.

The audience was subjected to a reckless monologue by the British comedian

How Vanessa Hudgens ended up in your Netflix holiday queue

With ‘The Princess Switch’ and ‘The Knight Before Christmas,’ the actress is all-in on Christmas cheer

‘Insatiable’s’ Erinn Westbrook on being black in Hollywood: ‘Our differences should not be seen as difficulties’

Diversity at all levels is crucial

Before you binge ‘Queer Eye: We’re in Japan!,’ meet Naomi Watanabe, one of the country’s biggest stars

Watanabe talked to us about how she’s ‘over being fat,’ which member of the Fab Five she stays in touch with, and more

Julie Andrews and daughter Emma Walton Hamilton discuss their collaboration, parenting and what’s next

The mother-daughter team co-wrote Andrews’s memoir

A man told musician Maggie Rogers to ‘take your top off.’ She was standing on stage at her own concert.

The singer addressed the comment in the moment, saying she was very uncomfortable