Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz Will Step Down, Take on New Role
The coffee magnate, who has been with the company for more than 30 years, is credited with turning Starbucks into a global brand with name recognition comparable to McDonald's and Coca-Cola.
Big Mac Creator Jim Delligatti Dies
The burger that McDonald's initially didn't want on the menu became the fast-food chain's most famous.
Is TSA Ready for a Record Number of Thanksgiving Travelers?
The "GMA" team of insiders analyze some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Samsung Still King of Smartphone Sales
Today's tech bytes suns still number one when it comes to Smartphone sales in this despite its recall of the note seven because of its battery problems. Samsung sold nearly 72 million phones over the last three months that's its worst performance ever apple was second selling 43 million iphones.
Kate McKinnon Performs 'Hallelujah' as Hillary Clinton in SNL Opening Sketch
How about news that goes pop there, Lara. Good morning to you. And to you. Viewers tuning in to "Snl" this weekend got a serious surprise. The show's opening sketch, which has just been hilarious with Alec Baldwin and Kate Mckinnon had a different tone. It was Kate in character sitting alone at a
Facebook Apologizes For Computer Glitch Mistakenly Announcing Deaths
Memorial banners appeared on some users' pages inviting friends and loved ones to share, remember and celebrate their lives.
Pink Expecting Her 2nd Child
ABC News' Diane Macedo reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Trump Supporters and Protesters Mix Outside White House
And Maggie really lived ABC news digital flat out at the White House right now we're Donald Trump is inside president elect Donald Trump meeting with current President Obama. They're led protests across the country last night and today right now outside the White House we're currently. Getting
The Morning After in Clinton World
ABC News' Josh Haskell and Cecilia Vega are outside The New Yorker Hotel awaiting remarks by Hillary Clinton the morning after she concedes the presidential race to Donald Trump.
Minority Clinton Supporters Say They Fear Marginalization if Trump Wins Presidency
ABC News' Jim Avila gives us reaction from the Hispanic and Latino communities on election night.