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Mama Doris gives love advice to a 'GMA' viewer
Anthony Anderson's mother answers a love question from a "GMA" viewer.
On the Bus to the Women's March in D.C. from Silver Spring, MD
ABC News' Charli James talks to protesters on the bus ride to the Women's March in Washington D.C. from Silver Spring, Maryland.
Erin Andrews' Theory of Fitness
Erin Andrews is joined by fitness coach Rachel Felix to demonstrate the intense workout she does to keep in shape.
An illustrated guide to Kickoff Week for a college football couch potato
Kickoff Week for the 2016 college football season is nothing less than epic. Peer into our crystal ball as we envision how it might play out. Kickoff Week for the 2016 college football season is nothing less than epic. Peer into our crystal ball as we envision how it might play out. by Ted Miller
Google Challenges Uber With Waze Ride-Share Service
In today's tech sites Google may be challenging over it has started sort of a ride sharing service in temperance is still available through its ways app. It links passengers with drivers heading in the same direction so no word if they could expand outside the Bay Area the two companies are also
Sneak Peek of the 'GMA' Tough Mother's Race
Take a look inside the 6 to 7 miles of insane obstacles supermoms will tackle Thursday.
The 10 Healthiest and 10 Least-Healthy States in 2014
In some ways, Americans today are healthier than they were in 1990, when the United Health Foundation first published America's Health Rankings, an annual state-by-state assessment of our nation's health. Cardiovascular and cancer deaths are down, and the smoking rate has decreased 36%. Plus, life
Inside the Retirement Community for Mail Carriers
Nestled in a marshy area about an hour south of Orlando, Florida, is the Nalcrest retirement community, which boasts tennis courts, an Olympic-sized swimming pool and a 15-square-mile lake for fishing and boating. It’s no different from any other retirement community beloved by snowbirds in central
Fast-Paced Movies, Television Shows May Lead to More Snacking
New study shows that people seemingly consume more snacks when their favorite programs are intense.
Exercise Study Finds Less Is More
Findings say running only a few minutes maybe just as beneficial as running for a longer period.