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'GMA' 40th Anniversary: Robin Roberts' Favorite 'GMA' Moment'
Roberts is reunited with the Poulter family, whom she first met on "GMA" after the earthquake that devastated Haiti in 2010.
10 Things to Know for Thursday
Among 10 Things to Know: Hastert sentenced in hush-money case; what collapse of cease-fire portends for Syria; Facebook financials continue to impress
NBA Legend Bill Walton's Career Advice: 'You Cannot Finish Unless You Start'
Former NBA superstar and ESPN analyst Bill Walton joined “Good Morning America” to talk about his new memoir, "Back From the Dead: Searching for the Sound, Shining the Light, and Throwing it Down." He opened up to ABC News’ Robin Roberts about how he came back from a catastrophic spinal injury, how
A Soldier's Mission to Honor Segregated 65th Regiment 'Borinqueneers'
WASHINGTON – Retired Army Capt. Frank Medina first heard about the segregated 65th Infantry Regiment as a child from his Korean War veteran grandfather, who talked about the discrimination he and his fellow Puerto Rican “Borinqueneers’” faced in the U.S. military. “I remember his stories and...
Robin Roberts on Continuing Treatment
Part 6: The "Good Morning America" anchor tells Barbara Walters why she shared her journey with viewers.
Barbara Walters' 'Most Fascinating People' for 2013
Tonight Barbara Walters presents special events. So you know we came here was one of the most fascinating people Harris why do you think people fascinated by. Why do people find just a fascinating I have absolutely no idea you. And I understand why health no but I but I'm hoping this kind of an
'Friday Night Lights' Then and Now
"Friday Night Lights" fans may have a reason to cheer: star Connie Britton says there's still hope for a "FNL" movie. "I would love it to happen. I'm a big supporter of it happening. I don't know if we will see it or not," Britton, who played the Coach Taylor's wife Tami, told E! Saturday at the
Black History Often Miscast in Hollywood
In this year's Oscars race for best picture, there are two very different films that deal with perhaps the most significant aspect of black history in America: slavery. The black characters in " Lincoln " primarily take a back seat in Steven Spielberg's drama about President Abraham Lincoln's
Web Extra: Read an Exclusive Excerpt of Ann Coulter's New Book
Excerpted from MUGGED: RACIAL DEMAGOGUERY FROM THE SEVENTIES TO OBAMA by Ann Coulterby arrangement with Sentinel, an imprint of Penguin Group (USA), Inc., Copyright © Ann Coulter, 2012. Chapter 1: Race Wars of Convenience, Not Necessity The Democrats’ slogan during the Bush years was: “Dissent ...