Good Morning America delivers an eclectic and creative mix of news, personalities and useful information to millions of viewers at the start of each day.
-GETTING HIGH USING COLD MEDICINES: About 3.1 million Americans ages 12 to 25 -- about 5 percent of that age group -- have at some time used an over-the-counter cough and cold medication to get high, according to a U.S. government survey.
-'MEANEST MOM': The woman who calls herself the ''meanest mom on the planet'' sold her teenage son's car after finding alcohol under the front seat.
-BEAUTY QUEEN TROUBLE: The parents of Kumari Fulbright discuss their daughter's felony charges.
-LITTLE MERMAID MAKES A SPLASH ON STAGE: ''The Little Mermaid'' practically reinvented the animated movie musical when it first came out 20 years ago. Now Disney, the parent company of ABC News, is hoping for the same magic on stage.
-FOR WOMEN, SAYING NO IS DIFFICULT: According to Nanette Gartrell, women should not be afraid to use the word ''no.'' Her new book, ''My Answer Is NO ... If That's Okay with You,'' takes a look at why even the most successful women find it hard to say no and offers an approach to setting limits.
Anchor: Diane Sawyers and Robin Roberts
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