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Global initiative supports bright teens of tomorrow through scholarships

“GMA” speaks to five of the 500 inspiring finalists of the new global initiative The Rise Challenge.

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Boy fighting cancer makes gift bags for other children at his hospital

A 7-year-old boy undergoing chemotherapy for bone cancer prepares gift bags for the sick children in his Pittsburgh hospital.

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Ivan Maisel talks new book, ‘I Keep Trying to Catch His Eye’

Maisel tells a personal story about his path to healing after the death of his son Max in 2015.

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Tamron Hall talks new book, 'As the Wicked Watch'

The Emmy Award-winning presenter talks about her debut novel, an exciting mystery about missing children of color - and the reporter who doesn't want to leave her cases unresolved.

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Hidden costs of cancer treatment

Cancer takes an emotional toll on a patient and family, but it can also take financial damage.

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Sneak peek at 'The Informant'

The captivating documentary from the production company of "GMA" co-host George Stephanopoulos tells the story of Dan Day, who helped stop an act of domestic terror.

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What to know about the Japanese royal family as Princess Mako prepares to bow out

Princess Mako, niece of the enthroned Japanese Emperor Naruhito, plans to leave the imperial family and move out of their family property on October 26, when her marriage to the Fordham-educated Kei Komuro is officially registered.
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'Friends' star James Michael Tyler dead at 59

The actor, best known for being Gunther's fan favorite on the hit sitcom Friends, died of prostate cancer after a three-year battle.

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Happy Howl-oween!

ABC News' Will Ganss shares the best tricks and treats for making this Halloween season a success for you and your pet.

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Deadly movie set shooting details revealed

Police statements from crew members on the set of that deadly shootout with actor Alec Baldwin reveal the most detailed account yet and why none of it was caught on camera.

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Postal Service staffing up for the holidays

The U.S. Postal Service is adding facilities and hoping for a smoother holiday season this year. Meanwhile, the US labor shortage is not easing. Megan Tevrizian from ABC reports.

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Democrats signal deal approaching on Biden infrastructure plan

White House chief correspondent Cecilia Vega covers recent efforts by the Democrats to reach an agreement on President Joe Biden's economic plan after months of negotiations.

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US postmaster general tries to reassure Americans ahead of holidays

Louis Dejoy said the postal service is adding capacity and will be ready for the holiday season.

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Investigators focus on gun handled by crew in days leading up to ‘Rust’ shooting

Alec Baldwin was seen hugging the husband of Halyna Hutchins and her young son.

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Trump is ‘calling the shots’ for Republicans: Donna Brazile

The Powerhouse Roundtable summarizes the latest news on "This Week".

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President Biden’s direct support of Taiwan ‘is an important signal to Beijing’: Glaser

Steve Ganyard and Bonnie Glaser discuss the growing tensions between the US and China in “This Week”.

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Schumer, Manchin meet with President Joe Biden in Delaware Sunday

Rachel Scott reports on the impasse in Congress in This Week.

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Principals demand action as rising crime affects their students

Concerns over the rise in deadly gun violence in Philadelphia are drawing school principals across the city together.

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Eyes on crucial FDA panel meeting on Pfizer vaccine approval for young children

How will the Advisory Board look when considering giving the Pfizer shot the go-ahead for younger children?

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Jamie Lee Curtis opens up about being parent of transgender child

Janai Norman reports in the "GMA" Pop News about the hottest stories of the day.

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Obama hits campaign trail as Virginia's gubernatorial race tightens

Democrats fear a loss in that Virginia race could be a ominous reflection of their chances in the midterm elections a year from now.

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Effort to rescue 17 kidnapped Americans in Haiti continues

The FBI contacted the 400 Mawozo gang accused of kidnapping 17 missionaries and holding them hostage for $ 1 million ransom each.

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Deals and Steals celebrates 10 years of dazzling deals and sensational steals

Tory Johnson shares exclusive discounts with "GMA" viewers on socks, shoes, glasses and more.

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Saturday self-care and fitness

Fitness superstar and famous peloton trainer Ally Love joins GMA to share simple secrets to healthy living, including prioritizing fitness.

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ABC News Live Prime: Friday, October 22, 2021

Supreme Court Accepts Texas Abortion Act, Refuses to Block It; Parents of child volunteers say they "believe in science"; Puerto Rico is fighting the state of darkness

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TikToker on her viral Mexican recipes: 'It just blew up'

ABC News' Kayna Whitworth speaks to TikToker Alejandra Tapia, famous for her delicious Mexican dishes that caught the attention of music star Lizzo.
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Puerto Rico battles state of darkness

ABC News' Victor Oquendo covers Puerto Rico's power crisis as residents protest the ongoing power outages that have occurred since Hurricane Maria four years ago.

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Walmart recalls aromatherapy spray linked to rare bacteria

The company pulled nearly 4,000 bottles of Better Homes and Gardens Aromatherapy Room Spray after it was linked to a rare and potentially deadly bacterium.

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Tackling the opioid crisis

DEA Administrator Anne Milgram talks about the record overdose deaths in the US and the dangers of synthetic opioids.

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Foundation aims to expose underrepresented youth to the world of equestrian sports

Ride to the Olympics helped create the first accredited polo team at an HBCU and also worked with the Boys and Girls Foundation to create eight inner-city polo teams for children.

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