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The GMA Daily Flash
November 9, 2008
Bush, Obama Focus on Economy in Radio Addresses
Bush, Obama Focus on Economy in Radio Addresses
Bush says he'll make presidential transition a priority; Obama vows to act quickly on economy More >
Daily Feature
GMA Daily Flash FeatureExclusive: Beaten Florida Cheerleader Speaks Out
Tori Lindsay, victim of a brutal videotaped beating, speaks for the first time.
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Caylee Anthony's Grandparents Speak
Still holding out hope for their missing granddaughter, George and Cindy Anthony discuss the latest in the search for 3-year-old Caylee Anthony. The couple speak out for what could be the final time ahead of an possible gag order on the controversial case. It's a can't-miss interview.
Car Trouble
The Big Three automakers are experiencing tough financial times. Now, as Washington tries to determine which course to take, some wonder if the American auto industry can be saved.
Taylor Swift
Country music phenom Taylor Swift rocks the Fall Concert stage Monday.
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The Ultimate Plaything: The Stick
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The Fight to Have and to Hold
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Obama's Great Expectations
Obama's Great Expectations
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