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GMA’ to Celebrate 40th Anniversary With 40-Hour Live Marathon Event
To celebrate its 40th anniversary, “Good Morning America” will broadcast nonstop for 40 consecutive hours in an on-air and livestreamed event featuring celebrity performances, special events and the reunion of the morning show’s previous anchors David Hartman, Charlie Gibson , Sam Champion and Joan
GMA’S “40 FOR 40” MARATHON EVENT LAUNCHES NOVEMBER 17 AT 5PM ET AT TIMES SQUARE STUDIO .
ABC News Anchors and Correspondents in the United States, Paris, Brussels and the Middle East Bring Viewers Hourly Updates and Developments in the Tragic Attacks Throughout the 40-Hour Marathon . Plus, One Direction, Gloria Estefan, Celine Dion, Drew Barrymore, and Many More Join the Epic 40-hour
“GOOD MORNING AMERICA” LAUNCHES EPIC 40-HOUR MARATHON EVENT TO COMMEMORATE THE EMMY-AWARD WINNING PROGRAM’S 40th ANNIVERSARY .
GMA’s “40 for 40” Marathon – Its Biggest Event Ever – Kicks Off Tuesday, November 17 at 5pm ET and will Feature 40 Consecutive Hours of Programming of America’s Favorite Morning Show . Highlights Include: Exclusive Performance by One Direction, First-Ever GMA Livestream of “Dancing with the Stars”
Indiana Serial Killer Suspect Darren Vann Refuses to Speak in Court
The accused serial killer who police say confessed to murdering at least seven women in Indiana refused to speak to a judge in court today, forcing her to cancel the arraignment. Suspect Darren Vann was silent as Judge Kathleen Sullivan asked him to swear to tell the truth at the Lake County Jail
Supreme Court Debates Whether US Courts Can Take Human Rights Cases Overseas
When a Supreme Court Justice tells you that a sentence in your brief is “striking,” it’s not always a good thing. In fact, for Paul L. Hoffman, a lawyer trying to win a case before the court, it was a very bad thing. Hoffman appeared...
Sally Ride Dead; First American Woman in Space Was 61
Sally Ride , the NASA astronaut who became the first American woman in space in 1983, has died after a 17-month battle with pancreatic cancer, her office said today. She was 61 years old and had lived in California In 1983 and again in 1984, she flew as a mission specialist on the space shuttle
Larry Tribe to Obama: Sotomayor 'Not Nearly as Smart as She Seems to Think'
In May of 2009, just after Justice David Souter announced his plan to retire from the bench, constitutional law professor Larry Tribe-- who is considered a liberal legal icon-- advised President Obama NOT to nominate Sonia Sotomayor to the bench.
Court Pick Might Not Come From the Bench
The official reason for her trip to the White House today is to announce new fuel efficiency and auto emissions standards . But with a Supreme Court opening to fill, Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm's visit has touched off a flurry of speculation that she could be meeting with the president about
Former Stanford Law School dean Kathleen Sullivan is, according to the National Law Journal, one of the 100 most influential lawyers in America. She's a nationally prominent scholar and teacher of constitutional law, and author of the nation’s leading casebook...