MH370 Wreckage Hunter Won't Give up Until Mystery Solved
The fedora, the bomber jacket and the consuming quest invite comparisons to Indiana Jones
Simone Biles on Her Return From Rio
With five Olympic medals, and a smooch from her celebrity crush, Zac Efron , it's safe to say that Simone Biles is on Cloud 9. "I was very surprised," Biles said on "GMA" of her kiss from Efron. "He came out and I was just so shocked. I thought I was going to die." Biles' medals, including four
Olympics 2016: Simone Biles Talks Record Run in Rio
pictures over and over again. Olympic superstar Simone Biles going for gold in Rio and she got it, four gold medals making history, five medals overall and she is joining us live. She's sitting next to the birthday boy. So, Simone, thankou for being there. Thank you. As I said to you in the break I
Simone Biles, Simone Manuel Win Gold in Rio
Biles won the all-around gold medal in women's gymnastics while Manuel made history by tying for gold in the women's 100 meter freestyle.
Earl Expected to Become Hurricane by Landfall
Earl strengthens into a hurricane, brushes by Honduran islands and takes aim at the Caribbean nation of Belize.
Wild and Extreme Weather Across the Country
Hurricane Earl is forming in the Caribbean, massive rain and flooding in the South, and wildfires roaring in California.
Zika Outbreak Timeline: How Our Understanding of the Disease Has Changed
The Zika virus was first identified in 1947 and did not receive much attention from scientists until last year's outbreak in Brazil. Massive amounts of resources have now been dedicated to understanding and stopping the virus that has been linked to the birth defect microcephaly . Here's a rundown
First Look at the Museum of Ice Cream in New York City
"GMA" got a sneak peek at the brand new pop-up museum celebrating everyone favorite treat.
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin: 'We Must Make America One Again'
In her Republican National Convention speech, Fallin commends Donald Trump's boldness and tenacity.
Jaycee Dugard Revisits Items She Has Checked Off 'Dreams' List She Wrote as a Captive
During the nearly two decades Jaycee Dugard was held captive in the backyard of her kidnappers, she hid small scraps of paper to write down her thoughts and feelings. While held captive, Dugard wrote down a list she called, "My Dreams for the Future." "See mom," was the first thing she wrote down.