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  1. 'GMA' Co-Host Lara Spencer Separating From Husband

    11:07 am 3/23/2015

    She's been married to CNN reporter-turned-real-estate-broker David Haffrenreffer for 15 years.Read more

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  2. Watch Ben Stiller Get George Stephanopoulos to Do 'Zoolander'-Inspired Look

    8:31 am 3/20/2015

    The actor stopped by 'GMA' to promote his new film 'While We're Young' but spent a few seconds as Derek Zoolander, flashing Derek's famous "Blue Steel" expression.Read more

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  3. Daytime Emmys Preview: Morning Shows to Face Off

    9:00 am 3/16/2015

    ABC News senior vp Tom Cibrowski talks to THR about the importance of the recognition and the competition 'GMA' is facing.Read more

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  4. 'The Jinx' Director on Robert Durst's "Killed Them All" Confession: "I Have No Reason to Believe That's Not the Case" (Video)

    7:28 am 3/16/2015

    Andrew Jarecki explains that Durst knew they kept his microphone on.Read more

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  5. Disney/ABC Forges New, Expanded Deal with Yahoo

    5:55 am 3/12/2015

    The pact will include a Yahoo segment on 'GMA,' ABC entertainment shows on Yahoo and content from Katie Couric on ABC News.Read more

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  6. Bill Cosby Releases First Video Message Since Rape Scandal

    7:36 am 3/9/2015

    The comedian is shown talking on the phone and promoting his upcoming comedy shows in a clip that aired exclusively on Monday's 'Good Morning America.'Read more

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  7. Vanilla Ice on Burglary Arrest: "It's a Mess; I'm Dealing With It"

    6:02 am 2/27/2015

    Appearing on 'GMA' to promote the latest season of 'The Vanilla Ice Project,' the rapper couldn't say much about the charges, but shared a few updates.Read more

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  8. Super Bowl: How an Uber Driver Helped Patriots' Malcolm Butler Make Winning Play

    9:08 am 2/2/2015

    The rookie cornerback revealed what gave him confidence going into the big game.Read more

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  9. Paris Attack: U.S., European Networks Go Wall-to-Wall With Coverage of Manhunt for Suspects

    3:39 am 1/9/2015

    Channels broadcast live from France as police close in on the men believed to be responsible for Wednesday's Charlie Hebdo shootingsRead more

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  10. Paris Terrorist Attack Leads News Coverage in U.S., Europe

    4:26 am 1/7/2015

    Reports say 12 people were killed, while others are in critical condition following the assault on Charlie HebdoRead more

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