1:22 p.m. ET: Tough gig for ABC News’ T.J. Winick, who tweeted these photos while on assignment for “Nightline.”
12:11 p.m. ET: Is big tobacco in the US targeting youth in Indonesia?
A year-long ABC News investigation examined the tobacco industry’s expansion into Indonesia, which critics say is being fueled, in part, by one of the most powerful and profitable corporations in the United States.
11:03 a.m. ET: A family that “bands” together, stays together.
Dr. Frank Scafuri, a primary care physician, his wife, Mary, and two other family members all decided to have gastric bypass surgery, turning weight loss into a family affair.
10:15 a.m. ET: According to the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll, there is a 47-47 percent Obama-Romney contest among registered voters.
ABC News’ Gary Langer reports: Economic discontent and substantial dissatisfaction with Barack Obama’s performance in office are keeping Mitt Romney competitive in the presidential race – but not by enough of a margin to overcome Obama’s stronger personal profile. The result: A dead heat in voter preferences at the midsummer stage, with the prospect of an epic battle ahead.