Herstory Lessons shares the lives of women who have made an impact in history. "GMA" is highlighting these hidden female figures who have made a critical contribution to the world.
Dorothy Butler Gilliam made history by becoming the first black female reporter for The Washington Post in 1961 at the age of 23. At the time many women and minorities weren't included in newsrooms.
In her autobiography "Trailblazer," Gilliam wrote, "I immediately faced prejudice outside and inside the tension-fill...
Every time we hear Daenerys Targaryen say "Dracarys" in "Game of Thrones" we know the dragons are about to do their thing: spew fire upon her enemies.
The three dragons are major characters alongside Daenerys throughout the show, from their birth in season one to Viserion's death in season seven.
The Three Dragons
The dragon eggs are given to Daenerys by Magister Illyrio Mopatis at her wedding to Dothraki leader, Khal Drogo.
"The ages have turned them to stone, but they will always be beau...
It's the stuff cake dreams are made of: an epic 24 layers of pure cream, crepe and rainbows.
Stefano's, located in Laguna Hills, California, is the restaurant behind this Instagram sensation.
The crepe cake has four layers of each color of the rainbow: red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple.
The Oscars are the Super Bowl for celebrity glam squads, a day when everybody brings their A-game from the red carpet to the winner's podium.
Bruce Grayson runs the makeup department for the Academy Awards, and he's the final person presenters see before they head onstage. He said it usually takes 45 minutes to do each star's makeup, but a touchup can take less than 30 seconds.
When asked for his biggest makeup pro tip, Grayson stuck to the basics: "You want to get the foundation right. To me...
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Hang your tongue out of your mouth while your eyes drift to the ceiling. Breathe loudly and use your hands to pull your head in every which way. This is yoga for your face, and some people are using it as an alternative to Botox or plastic surgery.
"When you exercise your face muscles you can improve blood circulation on your face," Fumiko Takatsu, the creator of Face Yoga Method, told "GMA."
Takatsu has written six books on face yoga and has been practicing facial exerc...
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We all have #workoutgoals, whether you're new to the gym, super busy, preparing for a wedding, trying to feel more confident for a vacation or coming back from having a baby. We followed five women with five common fitness goals to feel their best, and share their workouts with you.
ABC News' Olivia Smith reports from the front lines as crews battle deadly wildfires.
More than six years ago, Suzy Amis Cameron and her husband, "Avatar" and "Titanic" director James Cameron, switched over to a plant-based diet.
Now the former actress and model and mother of five is trying to make a plant-based lifestyle more approachable and accessible in her new book, "OMD: The Simple, Plant-Based Program to Save Your Health, Save Your Waistline, and Save the Planet."
At the book's core is her mission to better the planet -- and yourself -- by switching t...
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The Women Who Run: Registered nurse Lauren Underwood wants to become the first black woman to represent her district
When Lauren Underwood decided to run for Congress in Illinois’ predominantly white 14th Congressional District, the black registered nurse said she assumed she would experience racism.
But she was unprepared for the sexism and ageism she said she's faced.
“I was steeled against racism. I was ready for it,” said Underwood, whose district is more than 80 percent white, according to the last U.S. Census.
“What I found instead was sexism, and folks being a little uncomfortable with ...
The Women Who Run: Former journalist Maria Elvira Salazar is running for Congress and wants the Republican party to embrace Hispanic women
It's a campaign made for television, staring a candidate who used to be on TV.
When former news anchor Maria Elvira Salazar won the Republican primary in August, her Miami victory party was produced as tightly as a TV show.
Supporters flooded the entrance as she arrived, reaching over one another to shake her hand and hug her. Salazar read off a teleprompter -- in both Spanish and English.
Send “GMA” your Why It Matters video about which issues inspires you to vote and explore o...
The Women Who Run: Meet former CIA spy Abigail Spanberger who got her resume de-classified to run for Congress
In some ways, Abigail Spanberger’s story parallels dozens of other first-time female candidates across the country this year: a successful, smart woman driven to get involved in politics for the first time after President Trump was elected — and eventually inspired to take on her Republican congressman.
But as a former spy for the Central Intelligence Agency, her life has been anything but typical.