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Obese People Outnumber Underweight People for First Time in Human History, Study Says
Obesity has been a growing problem in the U.S. for decades and increasingly its effect is being felt globally. A new study published by the Lancet Medical Journal finds that for the first time in human history, there are more obese people than underweight people in the world. The data -- which was
Picking Sides: A World of Opinions on South China Sea Case
Here's a look at where dozens of countries stand on the Philippines' use of international arbitration in its dispute with Beijing over South China Sea claims
'After The View': Feb. 2, 2016
What women really want for valentine's day, are you hurting your kids with rules, and more hot topics!
Pope Francis Holds Final Mass on Philadelphia's Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Thousands gathered to pray with the pope one final time before the papal leader returns to Rome.
Questions That Whiz Kids Have Faced at the Annual National Geographic Bee
Can you name the large bay that the Potomac River empties into? Or in which country Mount Kosciuszko is the highest peak? Or which Southeast Asian country besides the Philippines has a Roman Catholic majority? Ten whiz kids from around the country who qualified for the 2015 National Geographic Bee
GMA LIVE (07.26.13)
They we want to welcome you to this edition of Gmail live it is well Friday edition where we take a look back at the funniest moments we've had all week long. Both here on this program and the big show Good Morning America and we ask was always do not forget log on to Gmail I every day. Right down
Fiscal Cliff Countdown: Five Days To The Edge (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) and AMY WALTER (@amyewalter) NOTABLES: OBAMA HEADS BACK TO WASHINGTON AS THE CLOCK TICKS TOWARD THE CLIFF: The good news is the President is coming back to Washington today after nearly five days in Hawaii, but the bad news is that...
Departing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Leaves Behind a Legacy of Firsts
After 31 years of public service, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton leaves the limelight behind. On Friday, President Obama nominated Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., to take her place as secretary of state, leaving Clinton to help him move in and then bow out. Over the past three decades , Clinton has
Test Your News Knowledge: Take the Global News Quiz
QUESTIONS 1) A leading organization warned that which European economic powerhouse could slip into recession? 2) While Bill Clinton addressed the DNC, where was his wife? 3) What are prisoners in Brazil doing, to shorten their sentences? 4) In France, heavy rains and late frosts...