The "GMA" anchor had no idea her love of sports would eventually lead to a 38-year career in broadcasting."The first time I remember seeing a black person on TV doing the news was my sister." »
In "The Bachelor: The Women Tell All," the contestants no longer competing on the show have an opportunity to confront the Bachelor (and each other) about what transpired during production. In tonight's episode, though, Arie Luyendyk Jr. has some things he'd like to discuss with the women, too. In a sneak peek obtained by ABC News, the racecar driver told Krystal, who'd complained about their "cold" goodbye, that he was disappointed to see her behavior on the show.
After "Notting Hill" star Emma Chambers died last week her co-star took to Twitter to remember the British actress in a sentimental tweet.Chambers died of natural causes on Wednesday, her agent confirmed to ABC News. She was 53.The actress' "Notting Hill" co-star Hugh Grant remembered Chambers on Twitter Saturday, writing: "Emma Chambers was a hilarious and very warm person and of course a brilliant actress. Very sad news."Emma Chambers was a hilarious and very warm person and of course a brilliant actress. Very sad news. ...
The tornadoes were reported in Kentucky, Tennessee and Arkansas. Three of the deaths reported so far were reported in Kentucky, while the fourth death occurred in Arkansas. In Kentucky's Logan County, one person died from a house collapsing due to strong winds.
The "Blurred Lines" singer announced Saturday that he welcomed his first child with girlfriend April Love Geary. The two had a daughter they have named Mia Love Thicke on Feb. 22, the singer wrote in a caption on Instagram. "Thank you God and April Love," Thicke added next to a video of him holding his baby girl.
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel has slammed Florida state legislator Bill Hager for "disingenuous political grandstanding," after he demanded that Israel resign over his "neglect of duty and incompetence" over the handling of the shooting massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Rep. Hager wrote a letter Saturday to Gov. Rick Scott, in which he outlined why Israel should be removed from his post, citing examples of the alleged incompetence.
Following the revelation last week by Sen. Bob Corker's spokesman that the Republican lawmaker is having second thoughts about retiring, all eyes were on him during his brief remarks at a GOP fundraiser Saturday night in his home state of Tennessee. "At this point, nothing has changed," Corker, who presented an award to guest of honor Sen. Tim Scott, said when he was asked if he will be jumping into the Senate race.
Both the Americans and North Koreans have said that they do not intend to meet with each other while in PyeongChang for the Olympics' closing ceremony. The North Korean delegation -- headed by Kim Yong Chol, vice chairman of North Korea's ruling Workers' Party Central Committee -- arrived Sunday morning in South Korea with last-minute addition Choe Kang Il, who deals with U.S. affairs. The U.S. delegation -- led by first daughter Ivanka Trump -- arrived earlier this week with new addition Allison Hooker, a National Security Council official who specializes in Korean affairs.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald paid a visit Saturday to one of his team's biggest cheerleaders: Sen. John McCain. @larryfitzgerald," McCain's wife Cindy wrote on Instagram, along with a photo of the trio at the McCains' Arizona cabin. Fitzgerald and the 81-year-old Arizona Republican lawmaker -- who has been battling an aggressive form of brain cancer for months -- have been friendly for years.
The body of the Rev. Billy Graham, one of the world's most famous Christian evangelists, was brought back to his North Carolina hometown Saturday in a 130-mile procession that drew scores of mourners and well-wishers. From there, the motorcade carrying the casket passed through the town of Black Mountain before turning onto the interstate for an approximately four-hour journey to the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, near the town of Montreat, where the evangelist was born and grew up on a dairy farm. There were designated viewing areas along the procession route for the public to pay their last respects.
After weeks of exhilarating competition and dazzling spectacles against the backdrop of Pyeongchang's snow-capped mountains, the 23rd Olympic Winter Games will come to an end Sunday. The closing ceremony, which starts Sunday at 8 p.m. local time (6 a.m. ET), will tell the story of "The Next Wave," while emphasizing the "human spirit of perseverance." The program will combine music, dance and art and will be "somewhat interactive, allowing spectators to both get involved and stay warm," according to an official press release. K-pop boy group EXO and solo singer CL are slated to be among the star-studded line-up of performers to take part in Sunday's closing ceremony.
A major storm system is developing in the central U.S. and it will bring several high impact weather events across much of the region, including the potential for a major flash flood event Saturday. Flood watches Saturday morning have been posted from northern Texas to western Pennsylvania, and includes many metropolitan areas such as Dallas, Little Rock, Nashville, Louisville and Pittsburgh. On the colder side of this system, winter weather advisories and winter storm warnings have been posted for snow and ice accumulation.
Anna Deavere Smith grew up on Bentalou Street in Baltimore. It's Gray's story where Smith starts in her acclaimed stage play, "Notes from the Field," which is being adapted for TV. One of first people we meet is Kevin Moore, who taped Gray's raucous arrest right before he was thrown in the back of the van, taking his fatal ride.
The Broward County Sheriff's Office is investigating reports that three of its deputies remained outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in the midst of the Feb. 14 shooting rampage, instead of entering the school, Sheriff Scott Israel confirmed to ABC News. "If there is no wrongdoing in the part of our deputies, we’ll move on," Israel said Friday. Israel was responding to reports by CNN and South Florida's Sun-Sentinel newspaper, which which cited unnamed police sources within the Coral Springs Police Department, claiming that Coral Springs officers were shocked to arrive at the scene and see the Broward deputies still outside, with their pistols drawn and behind their vehicles.
Russian bobsled pilot Nadezhda Sergeeva made quite a fashion statement last year when she appeared in a promotional video for clothing brand Zasport, wearing a sweatshirt with "I DON'T DO DOPING" emblazoned across it. The Russian Bobsled Federation on Friday confirmed that Sergeeva, a member of for the Russian women’s team in Pyeongchang, had tested positive for a banned heart medication. In the video, which resurfaced following confirmation that the substance was in her system, Sergeeva, 30, wears the "I DON'T DO DOPING" sweatshirt as she trains at the Sliding Center Sanki Olympic bobsledding track near Sochi.
"This morning Matt and I had a heart-wrenching visit to one of the 17,000 dog farms here in South Korea," Kenworthy explained on Instagram Friday, along with a photo of his actor boyfriend Matt Wilkas and their new pooch, Beemo. "Across the country there are 2.5 million dogs being raised for food in some of the most disturbing conditions imaginable.
Douglas High School shooting massacre Every player on field put aside their team cap, instead wearing caps with the school's initials "SD."
For Anna Deavere Smith's film "Notes From the Field," she interviewed 250 people on their experiences with educations and the criminal justice system.
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel said Scot Peterson failed to enter the school to confront the gunman during the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas.
Tony- and Emmy-winning actress Nanette Fabray has died, her son has confirmed. Fabray, who was the aunt of actress Shelley Fabares, died in her home in Palos Verdes, California, on Thursday from natural causes. Born Ruby Nanette Bernadette Theresa Fabares, her career began at age 3 in vaudeville.
Talk of the #MeToo and Time's Up movements have punctuated 2018 awards shows, but the Oscars will be more focused on films, according to one producer. “The Oscars should be a spectacle. Channing Dungey, president of entertainment at ABC, added that the message of the Time's Up movement will be heard.
Indiana is the only state in the country that bans carryout beer, wine and liquor sales on Sundays, but the prohibition-era laws could change in a matter of days. Gov. Eric Holcomb is expected to sign a bill that would allow Sunday take-out alcohol sales after state lawmakers passed the measure overwhelmingly this week. The vote put the Hoosier State on the brink of allowing residents to buy take-out alcohol at liquor stores, grocery stores, drug and convenience stores on Sundays.