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'GMA' Hot List: Miss USA Kara McCullough clarifies her controversial comments on health care
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Fox's beauty pageant flops; CBS ratings look pretty all week
Fox wasn't sitting pretty with its airing of "The Miss USA Pageant," which delivered a dreary 3 million viewers
Miss USA Kara McCullough clarifies health care comment: 'I do believe that it should be a right'
Newly-crowned Miss USA Kara McCullough clarified her remarks on health care that had drawn ire on social media, saying she believes health care "should be a right" for all. "I am privileged to have health care and I do believe that it should be a right," McCullough, 25, said today on " Good Morning
New Miss USA responds to health care backlash
Kara McCullough, a nuclear chemist from Washington, D.C., speaks to "GMA" about her comments that health care is a "privilege," not a right.
Miss USA winner calls health care 'a privilege' during competition
Kara McCullough, a 25-year-old nuclear chemist, drew criticism for comments she made during the competition's interview segment.
Miss USA's thoughts on feminism, health care and more spark controversy
Last night, Kara McCullough, a 25-year-old chemist, took home the Miss USA title for the District of Columbia . But in the run-up to her victory in the pageant, she made some comments on the air that sparked a debate online. Here's what to know about McCullough, including her statements about
Privacy debate emerges over 'textalyzer' devices
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Miss District of Columbia wins Miss USA 2017
A former Miss USA, Olivia Jordan, joins "GMA" to discuss the close win by Kara McCullough.
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Government scientist from DC wins Miss USA title
Kara McCullough, a scientist working for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, has been crowned Miss USA. McCullough, who represented the District of Columbia in the decades-old pageant, was born in Naples, Italy, and raised in Virginia Beach, Virginia. She said she wants to inspire children to