Rosario Dawson opens up about 'Unforgettable'
The actress dishes on her role in the upcoming thriller.
'13 Reasons Why' receives backlash from the suicide prevention community
Dr. Janet Taylor appears live on "GMA" to discuss the controversy surrounding the new Netflix original series, co-produced by Selena Gomez.
Netflix on the verge of 100 million subscribers
It's a sect likes Netflix showing just how popular it is it's on the verge of having 100 million subscribers nonsubscribers pay ten bucks a month but as production costs rise cut Netflix raised their price says. The company not saying. Hoover may soon start taking tips at least in New York City
Jennifer Hudson's favorite part about working with Adam Sandler
The "Sandy Wexler" actress discusses the new Netflix original film, plus her son's love of Michael Jackson.
Adam Sandler dishes on 'Sandy Wexler'
The thing is you've always been an entertainer. In high school we have a throwback. Throwback Thursday of you in high school you were voted class clown. Yeah. No way. Oh, yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. But in high school he was a double award winner. Not only class clown, you were best hair too. Yeah,
Adam Sandler's touching remarks on the passing of comedian Charlie Murphy
Sandler reflected on the accolades for Murphy's comedy and said "we're all going to miss him very much."
Charlie Gibson reveals his favorite 'GMA' guest
The former "GMA" anchor talks about interviewing Kermit the Frog and shares his enchilada casserole recipe that has remained a viewer favorite.
Kate del Castillo opens up about 'Ingobernable'
Would you do us the honor because someone also said they miss your calm, reassuring voice. Can you introduce our next guest. You want me to introduce -- Yes. Okay, well, you know our next guest from "Jane the virgin." Are there any of those left? Our Charlie. On television, not many. That's for
Bob Odenkirk on 'Better Call Saul' and why his mom won't watch his work
Odenkirk appears on "Popcorn with Peter Travers" to talk about his AMC series and his new Netflix original film.
New parents are turning to crowdfunding to subsidize parental leave
Current federal law allows new mothers to take 12 weeks off, but the time is often unpaid so these families turned to strangers for financial help.