Elisabeth Hasselbeck on co-hosting ‘The View’ with Barbara Walters
"I was her TV daughter. She was my TV mom,” the former “The View” co-host says of Walters.
"I was her TV daughter. She was my TV mom,” the former “The View” co-host says of Walters.
An evacuation order has been lifted and residents can return home after a freight train derailed in a fiery crash near a small town in Minnesota early Thursday, Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office announced. Multiple tankers of a train operated by BNSF Railway derailed and caught fire on the western edge of Raymond, a town in Minnesota's southwestern Kandiyohi County that has a population of less than 800. The tankers were carrying "a form of ethanol" and "a corn syrup liquid," according to a press release from the Kandiyohi County Sheriff's Office.
Russia's detention of an American journalist is sparking sharp condemnation from the Biden administration and Capitol Hill. Evan Gershkovich from The Wall Street Journal was detained in Ekaterinburg, Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) said Thursday. The intelligence agency has accused Gershkovich of spying and collecting "state secrets."
Opening Day is here and as baseball fans shuffle to their seats at their favorite ballpark, they'll notice some major league menu upgrades for an exciting new culinary experience during the 2023 season. Fans may chant for peanuts and Cracker Jacks during the seventh inning stretch, but the food and drink offerings all around stadiums are more robust than ever, making some stadiums feel like oversized food halls that happen to show baseball games. "Good Morning America" tapped Major League Baseball to round up some of the best new ballpark bites around the league to give fans a taste of what's in store on Opening Day.
Seattle will provide paid sick and safe leave for most gig workers under a new law, becoming the first U.S. city to guarantee such benefits on a permanent basis for app-based employees. Workers who perform tasks for companies like Instacart, Postmates and DoorDash will accrue a day of paid sick leave for every 30 days they do work in Seattle. While on leave, workers will receive pay based on their average daily compensation.
Speaker Kevin McCarthy did not say the House will consider an assault weapons ban when he was asked about the calls for reform, setting up a familiar showdown between President Joe Biden and Republicans in Congress following the tragic mass shooting in Nashville. The speaker emphasized his conference's commitment to tackling the issue of mass shootings, though he did not mention particular pieces of legislation he would put forth as calls mount for changes to existing gun laws. "There's not one person in America who doesn't want to try to solve all this," he said when asked at an unrelated press conference on Thursday about his plan to deal with mass shootings.
Prosecutors have obtained indictments in the case of two men who took tainted drugs at gay night clubs in New York City and then were assaulted, multiple sources familiar with the case told ABC News. Last year’s deaths of John Umberger and Julio Ramirez were deemed homicides earlier this month and prosecutors obtained indictments last week from a grand jury last week for six people believed to be connected to the cases, sources said. Other charges would include robbery, identity theft, grand larceny and conspiracy, according to ABC News' sources.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis will travel to Cobb County, Georgia, on Thursday to visit a popular gun store as part of his ongoing book tour ahead of what is expected to be a presidential campaign announcement this summer. The previously scheduled trip happens to come days after a shooter killed six people at a private school in Nashville, Tennessee, which Georgia Democrats noted in criticizing DeSantis, who is seen as a rising Republican star after easily winning reelection in November. The governor is continuing a tour pegged to his new memoir and promoting what he calls Florida's "blueprint" for the rest of the country, believing it can serve as a model for governing and politics nationwide.
Pharris Frank of Advance, North Carolina, won $1 million playing the lottery in 2021. Nearly two years later, the construction worker and carpenter is a winner again -- and this time, his jackpot doubled to $2 million. "I called my wife and told her, 'I did it again,'" the 41-year-old told the North Carolina Education Lottery.
Months after the Food and Drug Administration first indicated that there was a shortage of ADHD drugs, suppliers are warning that those shortfalls could continue throughout the year -- a source of frustration amid increased demand and diagnoses. Amphetamine mixed salts, commonly referred to by the brand name Adderall, is a stimulant medication that can treat ADHD. According to the FDA, Adderall is no longer in shortage, but generic versions are still impacted.
All nine service members on board have died after two U.S. Army Black Hawk helicopters crashed during a training mission in Trigg County, Kentucky, an Army official announced, calling it a "truly tragic loss." The Black Hawk helicopters from the 101st Airborne Division -- one with five on board and another with four on board -- were on a "routine training mission" when they crashed at about 10 p.m. Wednesday, Army officials said. The helicopters were "flying a multi-ship formation under night vision goggles," officials said.
Shields looked glamorous in a tri-colored wrap blazer, pants and pink pumps, and her 16-year-old daughter, Grier Henchy, wore a monochromatic red suit and black pumps. Chris Henchy, Grier's father and Shields' husband, was also in attendance wearing a blazer and jeans.
Areas pummeled by last week's deadly tornado outbreak are likely to see more severe weather in the coming days as a cross-country storm moves east, bringing with it the threat of long-track tornadoes. As of Thursday morning, 27 states and nearly 30 million people were on alert for heavy snow, strong winds or flooding from California to Wisconsin. A major storm that battered the West Coast will move into the Heartland on Friday, with a major severe weather outbreak expected.
A series of mega-storms throughout March has brought snow to Mammoth Mountain in California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains, burying homes, cars and businesses. Earlier this week, 20.7 inches fell in 24 hours at Mammoth Mountain, surpassing the all-time season snowfall record, according to the UC Berkeley Snow Lab, with more than 700 inches for the season. People were out shoveling snow off roofs and trying to keep roads passable with windy conditions.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers re-introduced legislation Wednesday that would create a no-fly list for passengers fined or convicted for assaulting crew members on board an aircraft. The Protection from Abusive Passengers Act would direct the Transportation Security Administration to "create and manage a program" that bars such unruly passengers from flying again. Sen. Jack Reed, D-R.I., along with Reps. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., and Brian Fitzpatrick, R-Pa., said the legislation they introduced is in the interest of everybody on board a flight.
Wes Anderson has always managed to score impressive casts for his films, but the "Moonrise Kingdom" director may have outdone himself for his latest movie, "Asteroid City." Tom Hanks stars as an ornery, pistol-packing grandfather in the movie, which just debuted its trailer. The film, set in the 1950s, also stars Scarlett Johansson as a screen siren, as well as Steve Carell, Rita Wilson, Jeff Goldblum, Tilda Swinton, Jason Schwartzman, Jeffrey Wright and Liev Schreiber, just to name a few.
Roku plans to lay off another 200 workers, or 6% of its workforce, the video-streaming company said in a government filing on Thursday, just months after a prior round of layoffs in the fall that slashed 200 jobs. The round of layoffs, which the company described as a "restructuring plan," aims to "lower the Company's year-over-year operating expense growth and prioritize projects that the Company believes will have a higher return on investment," the government filing said. Roku had previously warned of a difficult business environment expected at the end of last year due to a slowdown in ad spending and the adverse effects of inflation.
Dillon Armijo and his parents said they were vacationing in Cancun earlier this month when the shark attack occurred. On the last day of the family's trip, Dillon and his older brother were playing in knee-deep water at a local beach when a shark latched onto his leg. "It just felt like a bump, like a really sharp bump ... just like a big wave that hit me," Dillon told "Good Morning America." "And I just didn't see anything.
“Dancing With the Stars” pros and new parents Val Chmerkovskiy and Jenna Johnson are opening up about a miscarriage they had before welcoming their son, Rome, to the world in January. In an interview with “Good Morning America,” the couple said that Rome is their rainbow baby after they miscarried in 2021.
Pope Francis has "progressively improved" after spending the night in the hospital with a respiratory infection, the Vatican Press Office said Thursday. The pontiff rested well during the night, Matteo Bruni, director of the Press Office of the Holy See, said in a statement issued in Italian. "The clinical picture is progressively improving, and the planned treatments continue," Bruni said, according to a translation.
Hundreds of people gathered at a candlelight vigil in Nashville on Wednesday evening to mourn and honor the six victims of a mass shooting at an elementary school. First lady Jill Biden and singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow were among those in attendance, though Biden did not address the crowd. "Just two days ago was our city's worst day," Nashville Mayor John Cooper told the crowd.