John Kransinski Showcases Buff New Look
ABC News' Sara Haines reports the buzziest stories in "GMA" Pop News.
Grumpy Cat Cashes In on His Internet Fame
The viral kitty has reportedly made close to $100 million in the past two years.
Wanted: Good Home for McIntosh, Duck That Thinks He's a Dog
McIntosh, a Muscovy Drake duck, doesn’t know he’s a duck. Having been raised for two and half years in Gainesville, Fla., by owners Julie Zill, 25, and Felipe Carvalho, 31, since he was a tiny duckling, McIntosh behaves more like a pet dog than anything...
Baseball Player Won't Move Without His Dog
Baseball players are known for switching loyalties as often as they switch teams, but despite getting traded from the Miami Marlins to the Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Mark Buehrle will not be moving his family to Toronto. Buehrle may play there, but he won’t call...
Opinion: Until When Can We Tolerate More Newtown Shootings?
As Citizens, We Can Pressure Our Elected Officials to Pass Stricter Gun Laws
A Dog's Life: Over-the-Top Gifts for Your Favorite Pooch
Sure, you love your dog. But how much? Veterinarian Marty Becker appeared on “Good Morning America” today to share some of the most outrageous, blinged-out gifts you can get to show your love for Fido. This is the ultimate in pricey pet gear. Gifts for...
Defenseless Cat Shot With Arrow
Florida cat is recovering after veterinarians remove hunting arrow from torso.
Mitt Romney's One Moment In Time (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) and AMY WALTER (@amyewalter) NOTABLES: NAME THAT NOMINEE: Assuming a strong showing in tomorrow’s primaries, the Republican National Committee is signaling it is likely time to start calling Mitt Romney the “presumptive Republican nominee.” It may seem obvious,
Adopt a Pet Rescued From a Devastated Flood or Tornado Zone
This morning on "Good Morning America," you saw a report about animals being rescued after their lives were turned upside down following a tornado outbreak in Alabama. It was the worst such outbreak in nearly 40 years. At least 248 people were killed in Alabama, 34 in Mississippi, 34 in Tennessee,
Myth-Busting: Pet Dangers
Veterinarian Marty Becker Separates Fact From Fiction for Your Furry Friends