Is Anna Wintour leaving Vogue?
Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
The Hollywood superstar and former California governor is on the mend after a routine valve replacement turned into an emergency heart surgery.
"His first words were actually, 'I'm back,'" a representative for Schwarzenegger confirmed.
Good morning to you. We begin with this. If you have teenage boys they are obsessed with this video game. Apparently it is kids of all ages and includes rap superstars. Overnight drake broke a record for the most people watching him play the addictive game on a streaming service called twitch. Over
Which of these people would you say are not good people?" Rep. Steve Cohen, D-Tennessee, asked Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
ABC News' Sara Haines reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
We're going to begin with Arnold schwarzenegger. Remember he warned us he'll be back. I'll be back. Wow. Am I sick? That sounded scary. Anyway he warned us he would be back. Now we know he will. Arnie returning to the "Terminator" franchise along with none other than Linda Hamilton. I love it. I do
Schwarzenegger elaborates on his acting career, and why he is not interested in acting in what he calls "low-key" films.
"The View" co-hosts discuss the president's remarks to more than 40,000 Boy Scouts.
He's a phenomenon in the music industry. His famous to his generation as The Beatles were today Ayers. The man who sold thirty million records earned three grammys and topped the music charts all summer is shadowed by the most shameful criminal charges. Fourteen counts of child pornography stemming