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Morning Express with Robin Meade

A fast, personal, and smart blend of all the news you want in the morning. We call it "News in the Fast Lane." So buckle up.

(L to R) Brian McFayden, Robin Meade, Jennifer Westhoven & Bob Van Dillen dress as the cast of 'The Golden Girls' for Halloween

#MXPHalloween: Golden, but not all 'Girls'

Unless you are one of those people who knew what you were going to be for Halloween 2014 on November 1, 2013, it can be daunting to come up with a clever costume. 

The Morning Express crew came up with a ton of ideas for our Halloween show:

HLN meteorologist Bob Van Dillen catches some phenomena he can't explain while touring a 'haunted' jail in Charleston, South Carolina

Weatherman can't explain video from 'haunted jail'

We definitely got more than we bargained for when we sent HLN meteorologist Bob Van Dillen to tour the number one spot on our list of the top 13 most haunted places in America.

During his tour of the Charleston City Jail, Bob captured some images on his camera that he just can't explain.

(L to R) Brian McFayden, Robin Meade, Jennifer Westhoven & Bob Van Dillen dress as the cast of 'The Golden Girls' for Halloween

#MXPHalloween: 'Golden Girls' making-of video

If Halloween is about transforming yourself into something or someone completely new, even for just one night, then Robin Meade and the Morning Express crew certainly got into the spirit!  

Thanks to very talented makeup artist Gina Rickicki, wig master George Deavours and especially Atlanta playwright, author and Golden Girls expert Topher Payne who turned your favorite morning show anchors into the most famous seniors in sitcoms: "The Golden Girls"! 

Top: The anchors of Morning Express with Robin Meade dressed as the cast of "The Golden Girls."  Bottom: The original cast of 'The Golden Girls."

Morning Express vs. the real 'Golden Girls'

Ted Wilbur is boyfriend of Maine Ebola nurse Kaci Hickox

Boyfriend: 'We are not trying to get anyone sick'

The governor of Maine doesn't want a nurse within three feet of anybody, as she fights an Ebola quarantine.

Kaci Hickox returned from Sierra Leone last week, where she treated patients.

Happy Halloween from Morning Express with Robin Meade

Daily speed feed: Friday, October 31, 2014

Today's must-see, must-share stories as seen on Morning Express with Robin Meade:

FBI most-wanted suspect Eric Frein in custody in Pennsylvania (CNN)
- The self-styled survivalist is suspected in the September 12 ambush of two officers

Park rangers: Stop snapping selfies with Yogi

Park rangers: Stop snapping selfies with Yogi

The U.S. Forest service is officially warning people: Stop taking bear-selfies, or else.

Guests at the Taylor Creek Visitor Center on Lake Tahoe in Northern California are running up to bears try and have a 'Kodiak moment.'

Pre-Halloween #TBT with Bob Van Dillen

Pre-Halloween #TBT with Bob Van Dillen

Bob Van Dillen shares a #TBT picture today of a favorite Halloween costume.

Wait till you see what Robin Meade & the Morning Express team dress up as this year for Halloween. Tune in Friday morning at 6AM eastern to find out!

Robin Meade performs with Human Nature at the Venetian in Las Vegas starting December 12

Catch Robin at the Venetian in Vegas!

To celebrate the spirit of the holidays, Las Vegas headliners Human Nature will launch a brand new show titled “Christmas, Motown and More” in The Sands Showroom at The Venetian Las Vegas. This show will be presented beginning Friday, Dec. 12 with tickets going on sale Thursday, Oct. 30. 

With special guest Artist Robin Meade, country music artist and host of HLN's “Morning Express with Robin Meade” and the vocal harmonies of Human Nature, “Christmas, Motown and More” will include an 11-piece band with a string section and a spectacular new stage production. 

File photo:  Apple CEO Tim Cook has acknowledged he is gay while advocating for human rights reportedly in an essay in Businessweek.

Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'I'm proud to be gay'

Apple CEO Tim Cook acknowledged publicly in an opinion piece that he is gay. 

In an essay published Thursday for Bloomberg Businessweek, Cook writes: "I'm proud to be gay, and I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me."

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