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Meet the winner of Marvel's 'Thor: Ragnarok' Superpower of STEM challenge
Divya Amirtharaj, 16, appears live on "GMA" to showcase the app she created that was chosen from hundreds of entries as the winner of the STEM challenge.
Indonesian police defend award to Philippine police chief
Indonesian police have defended bestowing their highest honor on the Philippine police chief, who has been criticized for spearheading the war on drugs that has left thousands of suspects dead.
Falcon for hire: Meet the Vancouver metro's solution to pesky pigeons
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Hallyday's daughter to contest late French rock star's will
The lawyers for the daughter of late French rocker Johnny Hallyday say she plans to contest her father's will, which leaves all his property and artistic rights "exclusively" to his widow Laeticia
South Korea's Moon may be on brink of legacy-defining moment
South Korea's liberal president, Moon Jae-in, is true believer in the power of Koreans talking to Koreans when it comes to solving their woes
FIFA president praises Russian World Cup preparations
FIFA's president has praised Russia's preparations for this summer's World Cup
High school student who made half-court shot scores with Harlem Globetrotters
The team paid West Point-Beemer and its now-famous basketball player a visit and even taught him a new trick.
Voters react to Trump's 1st State of the Union speech
ABC's Tom Llamas talks with a group of voters about issues Trump brought up in his address and reflections from his first year in office.
Princess Kate speaks out about mental and maternal health in Scandinavia
And now to our "Gma" cover story, it's about will and Kate on a royal tour arrived in Sweden this morning and Adrienne Bankert is back and they're bringing an important message with them this time, right, Adrienne? That's right. Good morning to you. The duke and duchess are always giving back to
Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg shares #MeToo experience
Sharing her own #MeToo experience, 84-year-old U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg told a crowd at the Sundance Film Festival on Sunday that "it's about time" women speak up about sexual harassment. Speaking at a Park City, Utah forum, in advance of the premiere of a documentary about