'The Fast and the Furious' star Michelle Rodriguez on her spiritual journey to Mexico and lucid dreaming
Off the movie screen and away from the paparazzi, there are a few things you might not know about actress Michelle Rodriguez . For example, Rodriguez, known for her roles in "The Fast and the Furious" movie franchise, never finished high school, but is quite a bookworm. "I have books everywhere,
Actress Michelle Rodriguez on her spiritual journey and lucid dreaming
"The Fast and the Furious" star traveled to Mexico, where she took part in a five-day intensive spiritual boot camp with Sergio Magana.
ANALYSIS: Where Trump may meet Kim
With President Trump set to hold an historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un , the first thing they will need to decide is where to meet. Right off the bat, the venue will set the tone for the talks. Will one of them host the other? Will they pick a neutral venue? The location of the
'GMA' roundup of summer's must-read books
If you are still searching for the best summer reading material, here is the " Good Morning America " roundup of this season's must-read books. Whether you're looking to get lost in a thriller -- or just for a fun read to take with you on vacation -- here are some of this season's top thrillers,
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2 Pranksters Sneak Into North Korean Golf Tournament
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How Kurt Angle won an Olympic gold medal 'with a broken freakin' neck'
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Mongolian wrestling coaches get 3-year ban for stripping protest
Two Mongolian wrestling coaches who stripped to protest an officiating call at the Rio Olympics have been suspended for three years. According to a letter sent to the Mongolian federation by United World Wrestling on Sept. 13 and forwarded to The Associated Press on Wednesday, coaches Tserenbaatar
Dion Leonard Reunites With Gobi the Lost 'Marathon' Dog
The distance runner finally brought home the pooch after she ran away from caretakers.