Katie Couric is back on morning television. For a week, anyway.

The former Today host, who left to anchor the CBS Evening News six years ago, will fill in for vacationing Robin Roberts on Good Morning America next week.

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A historic $540 million Mega Millions jackpot is up for grabs Friday as the lottery is living up to its name. Will you claim the biggest lotto prize in history tonight?!

Almost certainly not, but we know it's fun to dream.

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They all chose singles by their personal idols this week, but for one member of the American Idol top 9, that role model proved to be unlucky tonight.

Whose name was called at the conclusion of the latest results show? Did the judges use the power of their save to keep this individual around? You're seconds away from the answer...

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Barack Obama is sexy, and he knows it.

So much so that The President of the United States loves to sing "Sexy and I Know It" by LMFAO, it turns out. Okay, "sings" is a bit of a stretch. But he does speak the lyrics in a montage of spliced-together clips set to the beat of the hit song.

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What a difference a year makes.

Nearly 13 months ago to the day - in the midst of a public meltdown that introduced the world to terms such as "Tiger Blood" and the ever-irritating "Winning!" - Charlie Sheen appeared on The Today Show and said he had no regrets over his behavior.

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George Zimmerman's father, Robert Zimmerman, says Trayvon Martin threatened to kill his son, then beat him to the point where he had no choice but to defend himself against the 17-year-old in Sanford, Fla., on February 26.

The elder Zimmerman spoke, on camera but without showing his face, to Orlando, Fla., TV station WOFL, to share his son's side of the national story.

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