A child dressed as oven takes a tumble in a themed costume race for kids.
A "Good Morning America" reporter tests an earthquake simulator in honor of the film "San Andreas."
With sweeps underway, "Good Morning America" offers useful tips on how to fend off sharks and bears.
Robin Roberts shares the tribulations of battling cancer in her memoir "Everybody's Got Something."
ABC News's Dan Harris discusses his book "10% Happier" and gives Stephen a lesson in meditation.
Morning news shows unveil social media funzones in an effort to attract tech-savvy millennials.
Oscar Pistorius's late-night habits spark a heated discussion on Good Morning America.
Divorce proves contagious, and climate change forces McDonald's to modify its Dollar Menu.
North Carolina preserves penis-in-vagina marriage, while Barack Obama endorses gay marriage.
Los Angeles teenagers use hand sanitizer to get sani-tipsy.
Stephen learns helpful lottery-winning tips from "Good Morning America."
Lara Spencer can't find her way out of ABC's studio to get to William Shatner.
If he were single, ABC's Dan Harris would team up with the world's cutest dog to lure the ladies.
"Good Morning America" covers the deadly cobra on the loose.
George Stephanopoulos and Stephen celebrate Black History Month with a Heineken.
"Good Morning America" reports that Michael Jackson's missing corpse is in a cemetery.
NBC eulogizes Karl Malden with six degrees, and Matt Lauer gives a live tour of Neverland Ranch.
"Good Morning America" doesn't give every secret of Stephen's Christmas special away.
The Good Morning America team experiences weightlessness.
Jon profiles how hard the news works to turn the public for or against war.