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  • Summer myths busted

    Summer myths busted

    Monday, June 29 2015 11:36 AM EDT2015-06-29 15:36:16 GMT
    Dr. Oz appeared on Good Day New York to bust some popular summertime myths.
    Dr. Oz appeared on Good Day New York to bust some popular summertime myths.
  • Taste of Asia Festival preview

    Taste of Asia Festival preview

    Friday, June 26 2015 10:49 AM EDT2015-06-26 14:49:55 GMT
    The Taste of Asia Festival kicks off Friday in Times Square.
    The Taste of Asia Festival kicks off Friday in Times Square.
  • Trump: Mexican government trying to silence me

    Trump: Mexican government trying to silence me

    Friday, June 26 2015 9:57 AM EDT2015-06-26 13:57:12 GMT
    Donald Trump, real estate mogul and Republican presidential candidate, says he will not be silenced by the Mexican government.
    Donald Trump, real estate mogul and Republican presidential candidate, says he will not be silenced by the Mexican government. The comment made to Fox 5 morning program 'Good Day New York' Friday was in reaction to Mexican-based television network, Univision, dropping Trump's Miss Universe and Miss USA pageant.
  • Life in the Playboy Mansion not what you think, says Holly Madison

    Life in the Playboy Mansion not what you think, says Holly Madison

    Tuesday, June 23 2015 1:50 PM EDT2015-06-23 17:50:39 GMT
    For seven years, former Playboy model and reality TV star Holly Madison was Playboy creator Hugh Heffner's girlfriend. He was 76 years old at the time and Madison was one of seven of his girlfriends. The now married mother of two children has written a book about her time with "Heff" and she paints a dark picture of the legendary ladies' man. 
    For seven years, former Playboy model and reality TV star Holly Madison was Playboy creator Hugh Heffner's girlfriend. He was 76 years old at the time and Madison was one of seven of his girlfriends. The now married mother of two children has written a book about her time with "Heff" and she paints a dark picture of the legendary ladies' man. 
  • Man who caught A-Rod's 3,000th hit baseball taking heat

    Man who caught A-Rod's 3,000th hit baseball taking heat

    Monday, June 22 2015 10:53 AM EDT2015-06-22 14:53:03 GMT
    The baseball hit by NY Yankee Alex Rodriguez to mark his 3,000th career hit was caught by a man who happens to be a baseball collector. The ball itself could be worth $50K-$500K.  Zack Hample decided to keep the ball. He's now taking heat for not returning it to the Yankees and Rodriguez.
    The baseball hit by NY Yankee Alex Rodriguez to mark his 3,000th career hit was caught by a man who happens to be a baseball collector. The ball itself could be worth $50K-$500K.  Zack Hample decided to keep the ball. He's now taking heat for not returning it to the Yankees and Rodriguez.
  • Father's Day Special on Good Day NY

    Father's Day Special on Good Day NY

    Friday, June 19 2015 11:34 AM EDT2015-06-19 15:34:11 GMT
    Still making plans to honor dad on Father's Day this Sunday? Don't worry, Good Day New York has some suggestions for you ranging from gifts to fun activities.
    Still making plans to honor dad on Father's Day this Sunday? Don't worry, Good Day New York has some suggestions for you ranging from gifts to fun activities.
  • 1,200 free concerts on Father's Day

    1,200 free concerts on Father's Day

    Friday, June 19 2015 10:57 AM EDT2015-06-19 14:57:00 GMT
    The ninth annual Make Music Day falls on the first day of summer and Father's Day. To celebrate, Make Music New York is offering free, outdoor, public concerts all around New York City.
    The ninth annual Make Music Day falls on the first day of summer and Father's Day. To celebrate, Make Music New York is offering free, outdoor, public concerts all around New York City.
  • Trump fires back: presidential run no stunt

    Trump fires back: presidential run no stunt

    Thursday, June 18 2015 2:11 PM EDT2015-06-18 18:11:43 GMT
    Since declaring his intention to run for the office of the President of the United States earlier this week, real estate mogul Donald Trump has be on the defensive. Some national media outlets and the NY Daily News have slammed the reality TV star's political aspirations calling them a 'stunt.' But the blunt and often politically incorrect Trump says that's a lie. 
    Since declaring his intention to run for the office of the President of the United States earlier this week, real estate mogul Donald Trump has be on the defensive. Some national media outlets and the NY Daily News have slammed the reality TV star's political aspirations calling them a 'stunt.' But the blunt and often politically incorrect Trump says that's a lie. 
  • Richie Sambora writes songs in bathroom

    Richie Sambora writes songs in bathroom

    Wednesday, June 17 2015 1:59 PM EDT2015-06-17 17:59:57 GMT
    Richie Sambora, the multiple Grammy award winner and legendary songwriter and guitarist for Bon Jovi, co-wrote many of the band's hits in the bathroom. "For real. I have one of the best sounding bathrooms. It's a big bathroom, it's like a living room,” said Sambora. While he continues to churn out music without Bon Jovi, Sambora sometimes sits down at his kitchen table, too, or at his piano. Lately, he's been working on music with Elton John and Orianthi.
    Richie Sambora, the multiple Grammy award winner and legendary songwriter and guitarist for Bon Jovi, co-wrote many of the band's hits in the bathroom. "For real. I have one of the best sounding bathrooms. It's a big bathroom, it's like a living room,” said Sambora. While he continues to churn out music without Bon Jovi, Sambora sometimes sits down at his kitchen table, too, or at his piano. Lately, he's been working on music with Elton John and Orianthi.
  • Pregnant singer of 'Walk Off The Earth' describes being kicked off plane

    Pregnant singer of 'Walk Off The Earth' describes being kicked off plane

    Wednesday, June 17 2015 1:10 PM EDT2015-06-17 17:10:07 GMT
    Sarah Blackwood, lead singer of the band Walk Off The Earth and voice behind the mega-hit 'Rule the World' was recently kicked off a United Airlines flight.The pregnant mother of a two-year-old boy was traveling with the child. Like many two-year-olds, Giorgio Michael was fussy and began to cry.  Apparently, the flight crew wasn't having anything of it.
    Sarah Blackwood, lead singer of the band Walk Off The Earth and voice behind the mega-hit 'Rule the World,' was recently kicked off a United Airlines flight. The pregnant mother of a two-year-old boy was traveling with the child. Like many toddlers, Giorgio Michael was fussy and began to cry.  Apparently, the flight crew wasn't having anything of it. 
  • How to protect yourself on public WiFi

    How to protect yourself on public WiFi

    Tuesday, June 16 2015 9:26 AM EDT2015-06-16 13:26:00 GMT
    Public WiFi or wireless fidelity which allows access to a local computer network is more available than ever before, but user beware. Technology expert Shelly Palmer says no public Wi-Fi is secure. "You don't want to do anything in a WiFi environment unless you use a VPN- virtual private network," said Palmer. "Buy yourself a subscription to a VPN, there are dozens. You will be secure on any network most of the time," said Palmer.
    Public WiFi or wireless fidelity which allows access to a local computer network is more available than ever before, but user beware. Technology expert Shelly Palmer says no public Wi-Fi is secure. "You don't want to do anything in a WiFi environment unless you use a VPN- virtual private network," said Palmer. "Buy yourself a subscription to a VPN, there are dozens. You will be secure on any network most of the time," said Palmer.
  • Obama wants end to gay conversion therapy

    Obama wants end to gay conversion therapy

    Thursday, April 9 2015 1:05 PM EDT2015-04-09 17:05:07 GMT
    President Barack Obama is calling for an end to psychiatric therapy treatments aimed at changing the sexual orientation or gender identity of gay, lesbian and transgender youth.  The move comes in response to an online petition posted on the White House website following the death of Leelah Alcorn, 17. The transgender teen committed suicide in December and left behind writings mentioning religious therapy.
    President Barack Obama is calling for an end to psychiatric therapy treatments aimed at changing the sexual orientation or gender identity of gay, lesbian and transgender youth.  The move comes in response to an online petition posted on the White House website following the death of Leelah Alcorn, 17. The transgender teen committed suicide in December and left behind writings mentioning religious therapy.
  • 'The Little Couple' star says despite obstacles, life is worth living

    'The Little Couple' star says despite obstacles, life is worth living

    Monday, March 30 2015 1:13 PM EDT2015-03-30 17:13:01 GMT
    Dr. Jennifer Arnold, star of the hit TLC series, 'The Little People,' and cancer survivor says she's never given up on life and other people like her shouldn't either. That's one of the messages the show about her family-- all of whom are little-- hopes to make clear. "There are challenges, but it doesn't mean it's not worth living," said Arnold.
    Dr. Jennifer Arnold, star of the hit TLC series, 'The Little People,' and cancer survivor says she's never given up on life and other people like her shouldn't either. That's one of the messages the show about her family-- all of whom are little-- hopes to make clear. "There are challenges, but it doesn't mean it's not worth living," said Arnold.
  • The Big Idea

    Modern workplace: Games, yoga, booze at the office

    Modern workplace: Games, yoga, booze at the office

    Monday, February 23 2015 10:57 PM EST2015-02-24 03:57:08 GMT
    When many people think of the typical work environment they envision windowless offices, rows of cubicles, and dark colors. But many companies are embracing nontraditional work spaces because unusual changes in where you work could have a major impact on the bottom line. Would you get your best work done in a private office with a door? What about a desk out in the open? 
    When many people think of the typical work environment they envision windowless offices, rows of cubicles, and dark colors. But many companies are embracing nontraditional work spaces because unusual changes in where you work could have a major impact on the bottom line. Would you get your best work done in a private office with a door? What about a desk out in the open? 
  • 'TLC' turns to fans to create final album

    'TLC' turns to fans to create final album

    Tuesday, January 20 2015 9:05 AM EST2015-01-20 14:05:06 GMT
    20 years after they hit it big, the R&B group TLC is ready to call it quits, but not before releasing one last album with the help of their fans. The five-time Grammy award winners say they want to create music that is completely their own without a major label.  The group which now consists of T-Boz and Chilli following the death of band-mate Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopes took to Kickstarter--the online fundraising site - to announce their plans.
    20 years after they hit it big, the R&B group TLC is ready to call it quits, but not before releasing one last album with the help of their fans. The five-time Grammy award winners say they want to create music that is completely their own without a major label.  The group which now consists of T-Boz and Chilli following the death of band-mate Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopes took to Kickstarter--the online fundraising site - to announce their plans.
  • Group names '10 worst toys' for kids

    Group names '10 worst toys' for kids

    Friday, December 19 2014 4:14 PM EST2014-12-19 21:14:00 GMT
    A bow that shoots illuminated arrows its manufacturer says can fly up to 145 feet and the "Catapencil" — a pencil with a miniature slingshot-style launcher on its end — are on an annual list of unsafe toys released Wednesday by a Massachusetts-based consumer watchdog group. World Against Toys Causing Harm, or W.A.T.C.H., issued the "10 Worst Toys" list to remind parents and consumers of the potential hazards in some toys.
    A bow that shoots illuminated arrows its manufacturer says can fly up to 145 feet and the "Catapencil" — a pencil with a miniature slingshot-style launcher on its end — are on an annual list of unsafe toys released Wednesday by a Massachusetts-based consumer watchdog group. World Against Toys Causing Harm, or W.A.T.C.H., issued the "10 Worst Toys" list to remind parents and consumers of the potential hazards in some toys.
  • Patient in isolation at Bellevue

    Humanitarian doctor treated for Ebola in NYC

    Humanitarian doctor treated for Ebola in NYC

    Friday, October 24 2014 11:57 PM EDT2014-10-25 03:57:10 GMT
    The doctor who became the first confirmed case of Ebola in New York City remained in stable condition on Friday.  Dr. Craig Spencer, 33, was being treated in isolation at Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan. Spencer returned from Euorpe via Africa on Oct. 17 after treating Ebola patients and rode the subway, went bowling and dined at a restaurant in the hours before being hospitalized.
    The doctor who became the first confirmed case of Ebola in New York City remained in stable condition on Friday.  Dr. Craig Spencer, 33, was being treated in isolation at Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan. Spencer returned from Euorpe via Africa on Oct. 17 after treating Ebola patients and rode the subway, went bowling and dined at a restaurant in the hours before being hospitalized.
  • Experts answer questions about Ebola in NYC

    Experts answer questions about Ebola in NYC

    Friday, October 24 2014 1:40 PM EDT2014-10-24 17:40:36 GMT
    The first person diagnosed with Ebola in New York City traveled the subway system, visited a park, went bowling and rode in a cab.  The movements of Dr. Craig Spencer, 33, of Hamilton Heights, who is stable and in isolation at Bellevue Hospital has many New Yorkers worried. Good Day New York spoke with two medical experts about Ebola, how it is spread and the potential -- if any-- others were infected.
    The first person diagnosed with Ebola in New York City traveled the subway system, visited a park, went bowling and rode in a cab.  The movements of Dr. Craig Spencer, 33, of Hamilton Heights, who is stable and in isolation at Bellevue Hospital has many New Yorkers worried. Good Day New York spoke with two medical experts about Ebola, how it is spread and the potential -- if any-- others were infected.
  • Who is Dr. Craig Spencer?

    Who is Dr. Craig Spencer?

    Friday, October 24 2014 1:29 PM EDT2014-10-24 17:29:52 GMT
    Dr. Craig Spencer, 33, of Hamilton Heights, Manhattan became the first person in New York City to test positive for Ebola, a potentially deadly virus that has killed more than 4,800 people in Africa. Spencer, a member of Doctors Without Borders, is being treated in an isolation ward at Bellevue Hospital. He was listed in stable condition on Friday. His fiance is in quarantine at Bellevue. Friends and neighbors describe him as a "great guy" and a "true humanitarian."
    Dr. Craig Spencer, 33, of Hamilton Heights, Manhattan became the first person in New York City to test positive for Ebola, a potentially deadly virus that has killed more than 4,800 people in Africa. Spencer, a member of Doctors Without Borders, is being treated in an isolation ward at Bellevue Hospital. He was listed in stable condition on Friday. His fiance is in quarantine at Bellevue. Friends and neighbors describe him as a "great guy" and a "true humanitarian."
  • NYC wants to prevent Ebola hysteria

    NYC wants to prevent Ebola hysteria

    Friday, October 17 2014 9:06 AM EDT2014-10-17 13:06:16 GMT
    New York City officials are trying to quiet the potential for hysteria over the Ebola scare.  There have been no cases in the state.  Six hospitals in the New York City area have been set up with specially trained go-to teams drilled in anti-Ebola protocols.
    New York City officials are trying to quiet the potential for hysteria over the Ebola scare.  There have been no cases in the state.  Six hospitals in the New York City area have been set up with specially trained go-to teams drilled in anti-Ebola protocols.

  • Dr. Oz on what you need to know about Ebola

    Dr. Oz on what you need to know about Ebola

    Friday, October 3 2014 12:08 PM EDT2014-10-03 16:08:25 GMT
    The first confirmed case of the Ebola virus in the United States has Americans concerned they could come down with the life-threatening illness. The unidentified patient who is a Liberian citizen and is being treated at a hospital in Texas showed no symptoms when flying back to northeast Dallas on Sept. 20.  "There will probably be more cases like this gentleman that we might not be able to so easily control," said Dr. Mehmet Oz.
    The first confirmed case of the Ebola virus in the United States has Americans concerned they could come down with the life-threatening illness. The unidentified patient who is a Liberian citizen and is being treated at a hospital in Texas showed no symptoms when flying back to northeast Dallas on Sept. 20.  "There will probably be more cases like this gentleman that we might not be able to so easily control," said Dr. Mehmet Oz.
  • 1933-2014

    Joan Rivers dies

    Joan Rivers dies

    Friday, September 5 2014 9:23 AM EDT2014-09-05 13:23:32 GMT

    Joan Rivers is being remembered as a comedic legend and trailblazer. The New York native died on Thursday at the age of 81. Rivers was undergoing an outpatient throat procedure at a clinic on the Upper East Side on August 28 when she went into cardiac arrest and was rushed to Mount Sinai Hospital. She had been moved from the ICU to a private room on Wednesday.

    Joan Rivers is being remembered as a comedic legend and trailblazer. The New York native died on Thursday at the age of 81. Rivers was undergoing an outpatient throat procedure at a clinic on the Upper East Side on August 28 when she went into cardiac arrest and was rushed to Mount Sinai Hospital. She had been moved from the ICU to a private room on Wednesday.

  • Glamsquad app

    Hair and makeup house call

    Hair and makeup house call

    Tuesday, August 26 2014 10:27 PM EDT2014-08-27 02:27:35 GMT
    A new app is bringing the star treatment to the masses. Glamsquad delivers a hair and makeup artist to your doorstep.I invited them over to my place. Kelly did my makeup and Erin styled my mane. They helped me select a look from examples on the app and they encouraged me to tweak the looks to fit my style.
    A new app is bringing the star treatment to the masses. Glamsquad delivers a hair and makeup artist to your doorstep.I invited them over to my place. Kelly did my makeup and Erin styled my mane. They helped me select a look from examples on the app and they encouraged me to tweak the looks to fit my style.
  • Flame of Hope makes stop in Times Square

    Flame of Hope makes stop in Times Square

    Wednesday, June 11 2014 12:32 PM EDT2014-06-11 16:32:23 GMT
    The countdown clock is ticking towards the start of the Special Olympics USA Games this weekend in New Jersey. Excitement for the big event hit a high on Wednesday when the Law Enforcement Torch Run made its way through Times Square. The Flame of Hope has been carried by Special Olympics athletes and more than 100 law enforcement volunteers from across the country in a five-day run with the final destination the Prudential Center in Newark on Sunday for the opening ceremony.
    The countdown clock is ticking towards the start of the Special Olympics USA Games this weekend in New Jersey. Excitement for the big event hit a high on Wednesday when the Law Enforcement Torch Run made its way through Times Square. The Flame of Hope has been carried by Special Olympics athletes and more than 100 law enforcement volunteers from across the country in a five-day run with the final destination the Prudential Center in Newark on Sunday for the opening ceremony.
  • Andie MacDowell, daughter team up to talk 'strength'

    Andie MacDowell, daughter team up to talk 'strength'

    Monday, June 9 2014 12:09 PM EDT2014-06-09 16:09:04 GMT
    Stunning at 56, actress Andie MacDowell is in demand, but it didn't come easy. "To be able to rise above it is a feat; it’s probably my greatest achievement ever," said MacDowell about a blow early in her career. The voice of the South Carolina native was dubbed with that of acting legend Glenn Close in "The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes." "No one has ever explained it to me. I moved on and became so successful. Wonderful things happen when you have to evolve and be strong."
    Stunning at 56, actress Andie MacDowell is in demand, but it didn't come easy. "To be able to rise above it is a feat; it’s probably my greatest achievement ever," said MacDowell about a blow early in her career. The voice of the South Carolina native was dubbed with that of acting legend Glenn Close in "The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes." "No one has ever explained it to me. I moved on and became so successful. Wonderful things happen when you have to evolve and be strong."
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