Fox News host Megyn Kelly appeared on ABC's Good Morning America Friday, telling host George Stephanopoulos that she expected Donald Trump to show up for the next Fox News Republican debate.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell stated Friday he witnessed a "culture change" when it comes to concussion awareness during the 2015 season. Katie Kindelan of ABC News passed along comments Goodell made during an interview with Robin Roberts of Good Morning America. Show More Summary
Tom Llamas with ABC’s Good Morning America thought he was really going to nail Ted Cruz this morning by confronting him on CarsonGate. Well, apparently he underestimated Cruz, because Cruz completely shut him down with this perfect response. Show More Summary
Senator Ted Cruz on Thursday battled with ABC’s Tom Llamas after the Good Morning America reporter accused the Republican of using “dirty tricks” against Ben Carson in Iowa. Regarding a press release and a tweet sent out by the CruzShow More Summary
Monday was a big day for milestones, as the Facebook page for ABC’s Good Morning America surpassed 5 million likes.
A new program launches next week that will compete for the morning audience NBC’s “Today,” ABC’s “Good Morning America,” MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” and others have been fighting over. The show is ESPN’s “SportsCenter:AM,” which bows Feb. 8, the day after the...
After conducting live softball interviews with Hillary Clinton on Monday, NBC’s Today and ABC’s Good Morning America both devoted admiring full reports to the Bernie Sanders campaign as well, both touting his “political revolution.”
Appearing on ABC’s Good Morning America, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that she expects to sidestep the pitfalls that doomed her 2008 run for the Democratic nomination because she’s a better candidate this go-around. Just like in 2008 when her front-runner status was...
When Hacienda de la Paz listed for $53 million in 2013, the Los Angeles Times ran a significant feature, as did news outlets as far afield as London’s Daily Mail. ABC News’ Good Morning America dubbed the 51,000-square-foot estate the...Show More Summary
The journalists on Good Morning America, Friday, spun Hillary Clinton as staying “above the fray” in her battle with Bernie Sanders, saying the former Secretary of State was cautiously optimistic.” CBS This Morning saw the Democratic fight as almost “affectionate” when compared to the Republicans. On NBC’s Today, Andrea Mitchell playfully boxed with Sanders.
"CBS morning news, fair. ABC's Good Morning America, fair. CNN was strange. MSNBC we don't even monitor anymore."
ABC on Tuesday deliberately avoided a young questioner who challenged Hillary Clinton as “dishonest.” Instead, Good Morning America reporter Cecilia Vega only played the Democrat’s response in which she touted her desire to help people. NBC’s Today and CBS This Morning both played clips of the “uncomfortable" question, but they also made sure to promote her non-answer.
In an interview with Texas Senator Ted Cruz on ABC’s Good Morning America on Friday, co-host George Stephanopoulos demanded the GOP presidential candidate respond to attacks from former Senator Bob Dole: “But how about the argument he...Show More Summary
In an interview with Duck Dynasty stars Jep and Jessica Robertson on Thursday’s Good Morning America, correspondent Jesse Palmer suggested that family patriarch Phil Robertson might be unhappy about the couple recently adopting an African American baby: “I have to ask you, obviously your father got in some hot water back in 2013. Show More Summary
Despite a four hour-run time, NBC’s Today on Wednesday skipped a dire new poll showing Bernie Slanders crushing Hillary Clinton by 27 points in New Hampshire. ABC’s Good Morning America and CBS This Morning, in contrast, both covered the surprising development. GMA co-host Amy Robach marveled at “the stunning new poll showing her free-falling in New Hampshire.”
On Wednesday, NBC’s Today completely ignored a major development in Hillary Clinton’s e-mail scandal, while CBS This Morning and ABC’s Good Morning America only offered seconds of coverage to the news.
Good Morning America’s journalists on Tuesday couldn’t help but push far-left politics into the story of Flint, Michigan’s contaminated water supply. While talking about the emergency situation and the protests against Republican Governor...Show More Summary
The journalists at Good Morning America on Monday worried that 13 Hours, the new Benghazi movie, is a “political hot potato.” Reporter Juju Chang trumpeted that the “untold version of events in Benghazi [is] also sparking fresh controversy.”...Show More Summary
The journalists at Good Morning America on Friday joked about just how white the Academy Award nominations are. According to Chris Connelly, they are less diverse than the Republican presidential field. A sarcastic Connelly quipped,Show More Summary
Hours before the first Republican debate of 2016 on Thursday, NBC’s Today and ABC’s Good Morning America both eagerly hyped a report in The New York Times that Ted Cruz failed to disclose a loan from Goldman Sachs to help fund his 2012 Senate campaign.