Robin Roberts will tell the story of her battle with a life-threatening illness in a new memoir.
"Good Morning America" co-host Robin Roberts spent two days in the hospital fighting off an infection as part of her recuperation from a rare blood disease, and is off the show this week to rest.
ESPN is staying in the family in giving its Arthur Ashe Courage Award to Robin Roberts at its annual ESPY awards this summer.
Matt Lauer told advertisers Thursday that he wants to get the "Today" show back to being the most watched and least talked about morning show on television, and that he expects to do it.
The number of flip-flops President Obama has now performed on the issue of marriage would be impressive for an Olympic gymnast. He was for homosexual marriage (in a 1996 Illinois state Senate campaign), then against it (in his 2008 presidential run), then for it again (in a widely publicized interview last May).
Robin Roberts made her return to ABC's "Good Morning America" Wednesday, five months to the day after receiving a bone marrow transplant and a year since she started feeling symptoms of the ailment that has sidelined her since August.
Five months after undergoing a bone marrow transplant, Robin Roberts is back on television in the morning.
ABC News says Robin Roberts will be back on the job at the "Good Morning America" anchor desk on Feb. 20. Her return will be five months to the day since her bone marrow transplant to treat a rare blood disorder.
Robin Roberts says her road to recovery will bring her back to the "Good Morning America" anchor desk soon.