Headlines
How Young Women Become Sex Trafficking Victims
Authorities say pimps will often target vulnerable girls looking for comfort.
Inside the Frat Party that Caused $75,000 of Damage
Univ. of Mich. students, including members of a frat, wrecked rooms, hallways.
4 Ways to Painlessly Cut Family Expenses
This frugal couple helps families find hidden ways to save and raise cash.
'Married at First Sight': One Year Later
Two of the three couples who were strangers when they wed are still together.
How to Avoid, and Survive, Being Carjacked
Veteran detective offers his five tips for preventing a scary situation.
Dirt Bikes, ATVs Invade Commute on South Florida Roads
Hundreds took to the streets riding dirt bikes and ATVs.
Ebola Affects Not Only the Dead, But the Children Left Behind
Thousands of orphans have become outcasts after their parents die.
What It's Like Inside Tokyo's Bizarre-Themed Cafes
From princesses to robot wars, Tokyo's weird dining experience is like no other.
Vanderbilt Football Trial: Alleged Rape Details Emerge
The situation was fueled by binge drinking and college culture, lawyers argue.
When Jumping into Gamergate Turns into Fearing For Your Life
Anita Sarkeesian, other media critics have received threats for their comments.
How Writing a Meditation Book Threw My Own Advice Right Back in My Face
ABC News' Dan Harris describes some of his missteps when it came to mediation.
5 Things to Expect from Lifetime???s Whitney Houston Biopic
Director Angela Bassett and Yaya DaCosta, who plays Houston, talk "Whitney."
What Life Is Like When You???re Engaged to a YouTube Star
Video of Colleen Ballinger and Joshua Evans's proposal has over 2 million views.
5 Things You Didn't Know About 'All About That Bass' Singer
Meghan Trainor wasn't sure song would be a hit when she wrote it.
How the Dual Standoffs in France Unfolded
The standoffs ended with the deaths of three terror suspects.
Satirists Call for Courage After Charlie Hebdo Attack
Former editors of Charlie Hebdo, The Onion say attacks should not mean silence.
Phylicia Rashad Clarifies Her Comments About Bill Cosby
"A legacy is being destroyed," she said. "It's being obliterated."
Blogs
No Charges Against Teen Who Pretended to Be Doctor
Authorities got report "a child was dressed as a doctor," police documents said.
Videos
Hidden America: Chilling New Look at Sex Trafficking in the US
ABC's Diane Sawyer reports on the danger of vulnerable young women falling victim to prostitution rings.
Batkid Is Back: The Brave Boy Who Battled Cancer
Inside the incredible day when an entire city was transformed into a real-life Gotham for a little boy.
This Frugal Family Has Mastered Living Cheaply
Lauren and Mark Greutman share their secrets for helping families get out of debt.
'Married at First Sight' Couples, One Year Later
Two of the three couples who were total strangers when they got married on reality TV are still together.
Tom Brady's Take on Deflategate
The Patriots quarterback addressed the latest NFL scandal that has landed his team in hot water.
How to Prevent and Survive a Carjacking
Former NYPD detective shows pitfalls car owners make to turn their luxury vehicles into targets for thieves.
Deflate-Gate, the Latest Scandal to Plague NFL
The Patriots are accused of deflating balls during the AFC Championship game against the Colts.
More Sexual Conduct Allegations Against Prince Andrew
According to court documents, Virginia Roberts claims she "engaged in sexual activities" with the prince, who denies it.
State of the Union: What You Didn't See
Behind the scenes reaction to the speech, who was with who, and how to score the best seats in the chamber.
Hundreds of Bikers Snarl Miami Rush Hour
Bikers weaved around traffic and popped wheelies, as "Nightline" explores the high-risk thrill of a highway shutdown.
New Kids on the Block is Back
One of the first boy bands not only announced their reunion, but a new summer tour with Nelly and TLC.
Reality Star's Mysterious Burbank Train Death
Metrolink authorities told ABC News Greg Plitt was filming on the tracks with two other people without a permit.
Ebola Victims Include Thousands of Orphaned Children
Many children who have lost parents to the disease then become outcasts out of neighborhood fears.
'Selma' Stars Help Recreate Historic 1965 MLK March
Producer Oprah Winfrey, David Oyelowo, and others from Oscar-nominated film march in Selma, Alabama.
Teen Pretended to be Florida Doctor for a Month, Police Say
Police and the staff at St. Mary's Medical Center in West Palm Beach have opted not to pursue charges against 17-year-old.
Inside Tokyo's Bizarre Theme Cafes
From owls to maids to robots wars, Japan's capital city plays host to numerous weird-theme dining escapes.
Jennifer Aniston Responds to Angelina Jolie Feud Rumors
The "Cake" star has been crossing paths with the "Unbroken" director at this year's awards season.
Vanderbilt Football Trial: Alleged Rape Details Emerge
Prosecutors claim four ex-players allegedly assaulted a female victim and one recorded the attack on his phone.
El Capitan Climbers Reveal Details of Harrowing Climb
Professionals Kevin Jorgeson and Tommy Caldwell describe the challenges they faced on their 3,000-foot climb.
Surprising Oscar Nomination Snubs
Many are saying Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston and "Selma's" David Oyelowo, director Ava Duvernay were left out.
Alleged Underage Prostitution in Philippines
Part 1: "Nightline" goes undercover to investigate Americans accused of selling young women for sex.
Authorities Raid Philippines Bar Suspected of Underage Prostitution
Part 2: Authorities arrest a Texas business man suspected of running a sex ring out of his bar.
War for Paradise: Inside Rio's Violent Drug Gangs
Part 1: "Nightline's" Dan Harris goes deep into gang-ruled shanty towns, where drugs are rampant.
Coming Face-to-Face With a Drug Lord in Rio
Part 2: Police say drug gangs need to be taken down, but the Don says police are part of the problem
Americans Lose Billions in Chinese Investment Frauds
Chinese companies kicked off NASDAQ, NYSE after fraud allegations.
Syrians Caught in the Crossfire: First-Hand Accounts
Part 1: For the last six months, ABC News had Syrians inside the conflict zone film themselves.
Wartime in Syria: The Horror From Both Sides
Part 2: People risk their lives to tell the world what is happening in war-torn Syria.
Syrian Civil War: By The Numbers
Part 3: The UN estimates that over 100,000 people have been killed in the conflict.
Slideshows
Flipped Houses Before and After
Former nurse turned flipper makes distressed properties into dream homes.
Real Estate Agent Tackles Nightmare Homes for Sale
Meet the Florida real estate agent who REALLY loves a challenge.
Inside the Secret World of a Geisha
A rare glimpse inside the exclusive, members-only teahouses of Kyoto, Japan.