Taylor Swift Releases 'Shake It Off' Music Video
Get the meaning behind the single and the details on her new album, "1989."
Ferguson, Mo.: On the Ground in an American City Under Siege
Activist, rapper Haiku becomes a viral sensation documenting protests.
New Twist in Million-Dollar Mega-Closet Robbery
Alleged thief claims the items taken in the robbery are actually fakes.
Robin Williams Was in 'Early Stages of Parkinson's Disease'
Susan Schneider says he was "not yet ready to share publicly" his illness.
Williams' Apparent Suicide Puts Light on Comedy's Dark Side
Williams, like many comedians, lived with long-term depression and addiction.
Anatomy of a Shark Bite: Teeth Aren't the Only Thing to Fear
Amy Tatsch was boogie boarding when a 6-foot bull shark bit into her leg.
Lauren Bacall, Star of Hollywood and Broadway, Dies at 89
Sultry actress' 50-year career began with on and off-screen romance with Bogart.
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Wannabe Beauty Queen's High-Heel Video Brings Insurance Fraud Bust
Woman's father calls charges "absolute crap."
Why Jason Derulo Wrote 'Marry Me' for Jordin Sparks
Jason Derulo is so sure that his girlfriend Jordin Sparks is the one for him that he wrote a song about proposing to her...
Ferguson, Missouri: Inside an American City Under Siege
Protestors demanding justice for Michael Brown faced off with police enforcing a state-mandated curfew.
Bizarre Twist in Million-Dollar Mega-Closet Robbery
Self-proclaimed burglar who says he ransacked the luxurious Texas closet claims items he allegedly stole are fakes.
How Remote Cultures 'Survive the Tribe'
Survivalist Hazen Audel spends 10 days with a remote tribe in the Amazon for new Nat Geo WILD series.
Accused Love Triangle Murder Suspect Found Guilty
Pedro Bravo was convicted of killing his best friend out of jealousy over an ex-girlfriend.
Fake Out! How to Avoid Buying Counterfeit Tickets
ABC News teams up with Ticketmaster to find out how fake tickets are sold to customers.
Why Is TV's 'Too Cute' So Successful?
Animal Planet's show about cute animals has no plot, and yet is heading into its fourth season.
Turning Robin Williams into 'Aladdin's' Genie
Disney animators show how they convinced Williams to voice the iconic character.
Why These Shark Junkies Risk Their Lives to Tag Sharks
Meet the guys whose job it is to get extremely close to Great Whites and other sharks for Discovery's "Shark Week."
'The Giver': Jeff Bridges' Long-Awaited Controversial Project
Before "Hunger Games" and "Divergent," actor tried for 18 years to bring the edgy novel to the big screen.
Hands-Up Protests Continue in Ferguson, Missouri, Across the Country
Protests have spread to New York, Washington, D.C. and elsewhere in the wake of the police shooting of Michael Brown, 18.
Robin Williams, the Family Man
Oscar winner's grieving children offer a different view of their larger-than-life father.
California Beauty Queen Accused of Insurance Fraud
Shawna Palmer was allegedly collecting disability for a foot injury claim, until police saw video of her walking in high...
German Artists Come Forward in White Flag Brooklyn Flap
New York City investigators are still unraveling how German artists got away with the stunt of the summer.
Robin Williams Told Friend 'Cycling Saved My Life' Post-Cocaine Days
Tony Tom, a San Francisco bike shop owner and Williams' biking partner, talks about their friendship.
Robin Williams: The Comedic Genius, the Tortured Man
Williams is revered as a great comedian and acting legend, but behind the scenes, he battled personal demons.
Diving with Tiger Sharks -- Without a Cage
With Discovery Channel's "Shark Week," ABC's Ginger Zee gets up close and personal with apex predators.
Two Iraq Vets' Journey to Find Peace
Two soldiers, battling different wounds of war, reunite years after one saved the other's life.
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.
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.
At Strawberry Mansion High, There's Fear, Hope
Part 1: Diane Sawyer spent months inside one of the country's most dangerous schools.
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.
Investigation: Black Lung and Doctors for the Coal Companies
Miners told their sickness not caused by decades underground.
US Doctor Helps Blind Ethiopians Gain Sight With $11 Procedure
Dr. Geoffrey Tabin developed a way to correct cataract blindness, an epidemic in Ethiopia.
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.
Jacqueline Kennedy: In Her Own Words
Never-before-heard interviews reveal how JFK felt about the Cubin missile crisis
Syrian Civil War: By The Numbers
Part 3: The UN estimates that over 100,000 people have been killed in the conflict.
Robin Williams, Beloved Actor, Comedian, Dead at 63
Nightline Prime 7/26: The Elkhart 4: A Home Invasion Gone Horribly Wrong
Hiring a Hitman to Murder Your Own Mother?; Las Vegas Bar Fights Ends in Murder Charges for Calif. Pastor; Busting an...
Nightline Prime 7/19: Mega-Church Financial Advisor Accused of $5M Ponzi Scheme
Disability Fraudsters Caught Cheating the System; Make-a-Wish Phone Scam Targets Elderly
Nightline Prime 7/13: Mega-Family of 21 Plans a Wedding
'Cheerlebrities': Inside the Lives of Cheerleading Super Stars; 'Mama's Boys' Live at Home With Mom
Powerful Scenes From Ferguson, Missouri
Residents and police clash over shooting of Missouri teen.
How Pop Star Jason Derulo Keeps His Body Ripped
Pop singer invited "Nightline" to watch him work out.
Knights Battle for Glory at Int'l Medieval Combat Championships
Full-armored teams from across the world compete in 14th century Europe style.