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Man Abandoned as Baby in Manger Searches For Family: Part 1
Genealogist Pam Slaton helps DJ Williams, Gina Lozada and Amanda Holdiness try to find their long-lost relatives.
Jess Cagle Talks People Magazine's 'Sexiest Man Alive' Issue Live on 'GMA'
People's editor-in-chief discusses the magazine's special issue, which hits newsstands on Nov. 18.
Siblings Affect Kids' Behavior More Than Parents, Study Shows
A look at how siblings affect children's behavior, plus guest Jess Cagle joins the "GMA" anchors in Times Square.
Battle at Bristol deepens the connection for football, NASCAR
Hard-core college football fans may not think they know anything about NASCAR. NASCAR fans can sometimes be a little sensitive when it comes to embracing "stick-and-ball" sports. But the reality is that no two big league sports are more interwoven than football and racing. And it is way more than
Which famous fans follow the top 25 teams?
With Mark Schlabach's most recent Way-Too-Early Top 25 rankings as our guide, we have ranked everything from the weakest position groups to the most likely future presidential candidates. This week, football meets Hollywood. Who are the top celebrity fans for the top 25 teams? 1. Alabama Crimson
Oscars 2016: Sylvester Stallone, From 'Rocky' to 'Creed'
In the mid-1970's, a character actor named Sylvester Stallone was having very little, if any success in the industry. Even after more than a dozen credits to his name from 1970 to 1975, his initial roles included an uncredited wedding guest, a man in the crowd and a subway thug. In fact, Stallone
Burt Reynolds Dishes on His Love Life, Career
The acting legend dishes on his stories in a new memoir "But Enough About Me."
Burt Reynolds' New Memoir Dishes on Love Life, Reveals Why He Turned Down Roles as James Bond, Han Solo
In his new memoir, actor Burt Reynolds writes about the highs and lows of his life in the spotlight, opening up about his love life, his favorite film roles and revealing why he declined the roles of James Bond and Han Solo. In a wide-ranging interview with Lara Spencer of “ Good Morning America”
Burt Reynolds Calls Sally Field the 'Love of My Life'
It's been more than 30 years since Burt Reynolds and Sally Field broke up, but Reynolds still isn't over her. Calling Field the "love of my life," Reynolds, now 79, confessed to Vanity Fair that "I miss her terribly." "Even now, it’s hard on me. I don’t know why I was so stupid," he continued. "Men
Prince Plays To Thousands
Prince played for thousands in Baltimore at his "Rally 4 Peace" concert to help the city heal.