Some famous females are getting behind the Girl Scouts of the USA for a "Ban Bossy" campaign.
Actors Tom Riley and Laura Haddock stop by the morning show to talk about Season 2 of the hit show "Da Vinci's Demons" on STARZ. The second season premieres on Saturday, March 22.
Two runners from Ethiopia claimed top bragging rights at the Los Angeles Marathon, which saw temperatures hit 80 on Sunday.
Friday is National Cereal Day. Here a few fun facts.
Girls ages 4 to 7 participated in an experiment to explore the influence of fashion dolls. Researchers had them play with either a Barbie doll or a Mrs. Potato head. After a few minutes, the girls were asked if they could do any of 10 occupations when they grew up. They were also asked if boys could do those jobs.
Staples will shut down more than 10 percent of its stores in North American by the end of next year, the second major chain to announce the mass closing of stores this week and the latest evidence of a retail landscape that is being altered drastically by the way Americans shop.
Eyewitness Mornings ponders the meaning of life, and all things precipitation Wednesday morning.
Author John Feinstein stops by the morning show to talk about his new book, "Where Nobody Knows Your Name," a story that follows nine real-life minor league players as they battle through the world of minor league baseball
When Edgar Martirosyan got the call to deliver pizza to Hollywood's Dolby Theatre during Sunday night's Academy Awards, he thought he was bringing dinner to a bunch of hungry writers. But, then, after a few befuddled minutes, he found himself onstage with host Ellen DeGeneres, in front of not only the most acclaimed actors in Hollywood, but also a nearly record-breaking 43 million viewers at home.
A northern New Jersey honor student who says her parents kicked her out of the house when she turned 18 is now suing them, asking a court to make them support her and pay for her college.