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George Stephanopoulos has apologized for not publicly disclosing a sizable donation to the Clinton Foundation, even when he was reporting on the recent controversy surrounding gifts to the Clinton family's charitable foundation.
Originally posted 11/26/2014 12:25PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "3911047076001" "" "" "auto"] Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson, whom a grand jury decided not to indict for shooting Michael Brown, opened up about his personal life to ABC News's George Stephanopoulos on Wednesday.
Originally posted 04/15/2014 08:10AM
Michael Strahan made it really official Tuesday when he proudly marched onto the set of Good Morning America.
Originally posted 03/31/2014 07:45AM
Man in the news Josh Elliott was not a physical presence on Monday's Good Morning America, but his spirit was there.
After teasing the East Coast storm, L.A. quake and an Arizona student riot, GMA co-anchor George Stephanopoulos announced at the top of the show from behind his desk, "First, a little news of our own."
Originally posted 02/26/2014 12:00PM
Idina Menzel is set to perform "Let It Go" at the Oscars, and she got the practice of her life Wednesday morning, singing the Frozen showstopper on Good Morning America as part of a massive nationwide sing-along.
After Menzel kicked things off in Times Square, the Broadway star turned the song over to a trio of costumed Frozen fans, clad in full Elsa attire. Soon the entire New York City crowd – anchors George Stephanopoulos, Ginger Zee and Laura Spencer, singing along with hundreds of spectators – got in on the fun.
Originally posted 02/20/2013 07:50AM
A standing ovation from her crew greeted Robin Roberts at the door of the ABC Times Square studio of Good Morning America, even before the sun rose Wednesday – exactly five months after the anchor had a bone marrow transplant to treat myelodysplastic syndrome, or MDS, a rare blood disorder.
Outside, in the street, a crowd of fans had already gathered with placards, banners and even an ebullient fellow from Dallas waving what he called the world's largest wristband, hailing his heroine. It read, "Welcome Back Robin."
Once the show hit the air, Roberts, with her colleagues surrounding her, looked into the camera, broke into a great big smile, and announced: "Hi, it's Robin. I've been waiting 174 days to do this: Good Morning America!"
Originally posted 10/08/2012 12:00PM
Good Morning America weather anchor Sam Champion basked in the news about his wedding engagement on Monday's program, and thanked viewers and ABC News colleagues for their congratulations.
"The amazing response from folks all over the country was just incredible for us," said Champion, whose engagement to his boyfriend, fine-arts photographer Rubem Robierb, was announced on Friday.
"I thank you," Champion, 51, said on the air. (To The New York Times he said, "We're getting married New Year's Eve in Miami," after they legally wed in New York State.)
Describing the overwhelming reaction he's received both in person and through social media, Champion said, "I felt like we lived in a small town. … I was born in Paducah, Kentucky, and to me that's exactly what it felt like. We walked out on the street and everyone was like, 'Hey, congratulations.' "
Originally posted 09/21/2012 10:30AM
The doctor for Good Morning America host Robin Roberts said Friday that her star patient was "energized" after a five-minute bone marrow transplant on Thursday and was now being monitored for signs of recovery.
Dr. Gail Roboz, speaking on GMA, said Roberts, in characteristic fighting fashion, had already sent her an email message saying she "wanted to go home!"
But, the oncologist, who called Roberts, 51, "a powerhouse," noted that the next 7-10 days were crucial for the injected stem cells, donated by Roberts's sister Sally-Ann, to grow properly, ridding her of the rare blood disorder, myelodysplastic syndrome.
"It's not instant," Roboz told show host George Stephanopoulos. "Rebuilding ... takes weeks to months," with a goal of leaving the hospital in about 30 days.
Originally posted 09/20/2012 08:10AM
Thursday is Robin Roberts's new birthday. It is the day she is receiving her bone-marrow transplant.
The TV anchor, 51, also delivered a taped message from her New York hospital bed, which was shown on Thursday's Good Morning America during a segment about her medical journey to treat her rare blood disorder, myelodysplastic syndrome.
Wearing a bright pink baseball cap, Roberts, who's had eight days of intense chemotherapy during her 11 days in the hospital, said: "This journey is as much about the mind as it is the body. Your thoughts … are so powerful. You’ve got to change the way you think in order to change the way you feel. And let me just say this lastly, I feel the love and I thank you for it. Thank you."
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