Editors' Picks

  • Playboy Magazine Is Getting Rid of Nudity

    “The political and sexual climate of 1953, the year Hugh Hefner introduced Playboy to the world, bears almost no resemblance to today,” Playboy Enterprises CEO Scott Flanders said in a news release announcing the change. “We are more free to express ourselves politically, sexually and culturally…

    Good Morning America25 mins ago
  • Tom Brady Defends Business Partner Despite Controversial Past

    Superstar quarterback Tom Brady swears by his personal trainer and business partner, Alex Guerrero. Brady credits Guerrero for helping to keep him on the field. And the four-time Super Bowl champion is standing by his fitness guru, amid a Boston Magazine report about Guerrero’s past, that the…

    Good Morning America44 mins ago
  • Missile Brought Down Malaysia Airlines Plane in Ukraine, Investigators Conclude

    A Buk missile brought down a Malaysia Airlines plane over Eastern Ukraine last year, according to a report released by Dutch investigators today. The Dutch Safety Board’s final report comes nearly 15 months after Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 plunged out of the sky over pro-Russian, rebel-held…

    Good Morning America
  • 5 Candidates and 5 Things They Need to Prove at the First Democratic Debate

    For Clinton and Sanders, "no news” might be "good news" come Wednesday morning. Hillary Clinton is the frontrunner, and tonight she needs to remind people why. After a summer bogged down with her ongoing email controversy and dropping poll numbers, Clinton now has a fresh opportunity to…

    Good Morning America
  • 'Behind the Seams' at Bridal Fashion Week

    Bridal Fashion Week is heating up and each year it gets bigger and glitzier. This year is no exception, largely due to an exponential growth of interest in bridal gowns and bridal couture. Kleinfeld Bridal has long been synonymous with bridal fashion and it is almost always a stop on the gown…

    Good Morning America
  • Watch a Dazzling Halloween Display of 7,000 Jack-o'-Lanterns

    More than 7,000 hand carved jack-o’-lanterns are set up in theatrical displays across the sweeping grounds of Van Cortlandt Manor in the village of Croton-on-Hudson. From giant spider webs made out of pumpkins to dinosaur skeletons and court jesters, a whole array of characters comes to life.

    Good Morning America
  • Chase Utley Booed Ahead of NLDS Playoff Game Against the Mets

    Los Angeles Dodgers infielder Chase Utley was booed ahead of Monday night's Game 3 of the National League Division Series against the New York Mets at Citi Field. Utley was suspended for games 3 and 4 of the NLDS after breaking Mets player Ruben Tejada's leg during a slide. Mets manager Terry…

    Good Morning America
  • How to Shop for the Best Vintage Finds Like a Flea Market Expert

    Another man’s trash could be your next flea market treasure.While they can be overwhelming to some, flea markets are a mecca of vintage finds for Susan Feldman and Kathryn Ireland.Feldman, the co-founder of One Kings Lane, an online marketplace which sells both designer and vintage items for…

    Good Morning America
  • Olive Garden Apologizes to Cop After He Was Refused Service for Having Gun

    Olive Garden has apologized to a Kansas City police officer who was turned away from the restaurant for being armed. Officer Michael Holsworth went to an Independence, Mo., Olive Garden to celebrate his birthday with his family yesterday but was asked to leave by a hostess. “As I was sitting…

    Good Morning America
  • NY Giants Player Daniel Fells Could Lose Foot to MRSA Infection After Ankle Injury

    New York Giants player Daniel Fells reportedly faces a possible foot amputation after suffering a MRSA infection that stemmed from an injury to his ankle during practice a week ago. Giants spokesman Pat Hanlon said in a statement, "This is a serious situation that has been taken seriously from the…

    Good Morning America
  • Earn Your Degree from ITT Technical Institute

    ITT Tech offers technology-focused degree programs in some of today's fastest growing fields. Learn more!

    ITT Technical InstituteSponsored
  • The Incredible Way This Community Rallied Around an Ailing Farmer to Create 'Amazing Harvest'

    Carl Bates, 55, of Galva, Illinois, has a "fast, aggressive cancer," according to his younger brother Ernie Bates, that is affecting many parts of his body, including his kidney and spinal column, according to his family. Melissa Bates, Dan Bates' daughter-in-law and Carl's first cousin once…

    Good Morning America
  • Kanye West Takes the Stage in Surprise 'Audition' for 'American Idol'

    Kanye West took a break from his 2020 presidential “campaign" to pursue another dream, becoming the next American Idol. West made headlines at the 2015 MTV VMAs by declaring his intent to run for president of the United States in the 2020 election, and on Sunday night, the 38-year-old rapper…

    Good Morning America
  • Smoking Credit Card Reader Forces Plane's Emergency Landing

    An Alaska Air flight was forced to make an emergency landing in Buffalo, N.Y., today after a flight attendant’s credit card machine started smoking. According to Alaska Air rep Nancy Trott, the device “was not on fire” but flight attendants did use a fire extinguisher to get rid of the smoke. …

    Good Morning America
  • NYCC 2015: Top 5 Highlights

    While San Diego Comic Con was all about blockbuster movies this year, the New York version largely focused on television.From "Game of Thrones" to "Daredevil" and "Jessica Jones," our favorite super heroes are kicking just as much butt on TV as they are on the silver screen. Here are the…

    Good Morning America
  • Southwest Passengers Urged to Arrive Early After Computer Glitch

    Southwest Airlines is urging passengers to arrive at the airport at least two hours prior to departure today, after a spate of computer glitches Sunday. Systems are “back up and running” this morning, but “technical issues” on Southwest’s website, mobile apps, call centers and airport kiosks…

    Good Morning America
  • Watch These People Get Spooked at the Nightmares Fear Factory Haunted House

    So were these folks, who dared to enter the ultra-scary Nightmares Fear Factory in Niagara Falls, Canada. Take a look at their frightened faces captured on camera while walking through the haunted house, which is apparently so horrifying that a whopping 135,000 people have chickened out before…

    Good Morning America
  • Scott Disick Apologizes to Kourtney Kardashian, Says 'I Made the Worst Decision' in 'KUWTK' Season 11 Sneak Preview

    According to People, Kardashian ended things for good with her on-again, off-again boyfriend of nine years after photos surfaced online of Disick with another woman. Kardashian's mother Kris Jenner vocalized her frustration with Disick in an interview during the episode, calling Disick's actions…

    Good Morning America