After fainting on air and taking three weeks off for health reasons, Williams says she is encouraging fans to take care of their health, saying as women, "We take care of everybody but ourselves."
ABC News' Adrienne Bankert reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses what to know about a new study that found using interval training for a group of adults aged 45 to 64 appeared to help them turn back the clock for their hearts.
Chicken sandwiches, meal kits and fresh fruit are top of Amazon Go's shoppers' list
Alex Wind and Ryan Deitsch, two students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, speak out on "GMA" as they prepare for their march in Washington, D.C., to push for stricter gun control.
Thomas Phelan died from cancer linked to the toxic fumes at ground zero.
Germany's government is rejecting the idea that former Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder should face sanctions over his links to Russian business and President Vladimir Putin
The new head of the People’s Bank of China has pedigree as an advocate of free-market reforms. But with Beijing reasserting the role of the state sector in China’s economy, he will find it hard to pursue real change.
For the past two years, investors have bought and sold shares of pipeline owners for all the wrong reasons. Now there is a chance to buy them for the right ones.
The world has felt more normal in recent months, in economic terms at least, but things are still far from settled. The widening gap in a key bond trade is one piece of evidence, which also highlights the puzzle of the weaker dollar.
Public support for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe plunged, opinion polls showed, as resurgent cronyism allegations threaten to make him a lame duck ahead of a party leadership election.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman arrives Monday in Washington, D.C., bringing the brash foreign policy that has shaped Saudi Arabia’s more muscular stance in the Middle East to counter archenemy Iran.