Ellen DeGeneres Videos
Aug. 23, 1995: Ellen DeGeneres on the inspiration for her 'phone call to God' routine
DeGeneres recounts how she came up with the comedic routine that she performed on "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson."
Aug. 23, 1995: Ellen DeGeneres on when she first realized her gift for comedy
DeGeneres talks about how she used her comedy to help her mother fight depression.
Aug. 23, 1995: Ellen DeGeneres on being a nice comic
Who's active and you. In company. Anybody who I think is getting a laugh. At someone else's expense you wouldn't do OJ jokes for example on now and I thought it would have been funny to drive on stage is in the white Ford Bronco. But you know this is human being and not just him there are. You know
Thomas fire continues to grow in southern California
The Thomas fire, now the third largest in state history, has destroyed more than 1,000 structures and threatens to take more homes and require new evacuations.
Trump to keep ban on big game trophies for now
The president said his administration's plan to reverse the ban was on hold so he could "review all conservation facts."
Security officer Jesus Campos answers questions about Vegas shooting: Part 2
The security officer emerged 17 days after the shooting to appear on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."
A moment of reckoning for men and predatory behavior?
"The View" co-hosts discuss new accusations against prominent men and a controversial tweet from Ellen DeGeneres.
'GMA' Hot List: Denis Leary says he will be an anchor if George Stephanopoulos runs for president
Plus, Michael Strahan shows off his best dance moves to raise money for breast cancer research on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."
More details released about critical 12 minutes of Las Vegas mass shooting
With the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino being so vast and hotel security assigned to another event, police officers across the street were able to respond faster to the reports of shooting.
Mandalay Bay owner faces backlash from #VegasStrong ad
Critics on social media claim the new ad campaign from MGM Resorts, the owner of Mandalay Bay, where Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock stayed, exploits the mass shooting that left 58 dead.