Miss America News
Beyonce and Destiny's Child reunites in Coachella
ABC News' Adrienne Bankert reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Miss America pageant gets funding to stay in Atlantic City
New Jersey officials have approved $4.3 million in state subsidies to keep the 2019 Miss America pageant in Atlantic City
'Pink wave' candidates hoping to crash red states: 'Powerhouse Politics'
One is the first woman to fly an F/A-18 on a combat mission for the Marine Corps . The other is a former Miss America who traveled the country advocating for children. And both are "pink wave" Democrats challenging GOP incumbents in "red" states in the 2018 midterm elections . “I think as women, we
January 25, 2018: Gretchen Carlson guest co-hosts
Music mogul Clive Davis talks Whitney Houston and more; Gretchen Carlson guest co-hosts.
Former USA Gymnastics team doctor sentenced in child sex abuse case
Larry Nassar was sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison, with the judge saying she just signed his "death warrant."
FBI vets: What many are missing about the infamous 'dossier' amid Russia probe
The infamous "dossier" alleging collusion between Donald Trump and the Russian government is filled with inflammatory, uncorroborated and in some cases clearly false claims made by unidentified sources — so much so that a longtime Trump aide mentioned in it filed a pair of lawsuits this week. But
'GMA' Hot List: Sean Spicer reacts to details in Trump tell-all
Spicer speaks to George Stephanopoulos, and Gretchen Carlson shares her vision for rebuilding the Miss America Organization to empower women in #MeToo era.
Gretchen Carlson wants to rebuild Miss America Organization to empower women: 'It's a form of justice'
Gretchen Carlson said she sees her new role with the Miss America Organization, which came amid the #MeToo movement, as a “form of justice” and predicts a “tsunami” of change. “When I jumped off my cliff on the whole sexual harassment story 18 months ago, that was a lonely experience,” said
Gretchen Carlson on how she wants to reinvent Miss America
The former Fox News anchor and pageant winner tells "GMA" she sees her new chairwoman role as a "call of duty" and reveals how she wants to modernize the organization.