When 'View' Co-Hosts' Personal Lives Became 'Hot Topics'
Current and former “View” co-hosts shared memories from their time on "The View"
Witness Protection Children Struggle to Reclaim Identities
Jackee Taylor entered when she was 7 years old and wishes it had never happened.
Boxer Claressa Shields' Long Fight for Olympic Glory
The 21-year-old Flint, Michigan native is aiming for her second gold medal.
Almost Every Couple in This Chinese Village Has 1 Boy, 1 Girl
Villagers say it’s made possible because of a centuries-old secret.
2 Months After Orlando Massacre, Survivors Still Coping With Loss
Survivors and victims' families are trying to move forward after tragedy.
The Dark Side of Nepal's Orphanage 'Voluntourism'
Experts warn that donations are sometimes going to orphanage owners' pockets.
REPORTER'S NOTEBOOK: North Korea Embraces Modern Life
American reporters are rarely invited to the hermetic country.
Bigorexia: When the Desire for Muscles Is a Dangerous Medical Condition
People with bigorexia have a belief that their body is too small or scrawny.
The Unconventional Way Miles Chamley-Watson Trained for the Olympics
The world champion fencer faced a live bear and Cirque du Soleil actors.
‘Cats’ Revival Choreographer Draws Parallels to Broadway Hit ‘Hamilton’
The legendary musical is enjoying a new day on Broadway.
'Conflict' Within Trump Campaign Over Paul Ryan Endorsement
Manafort admitted there is "conflict within the Trump campaign."
These Fans Love 'Star Wars' So Much They Made Their Own Films
Lucasfilm actually encourages fans to make films.
Red Bull Extreme Flyer Skysurfs in Lightning Storm
Central Florida is one of the most lightning-prone zones in the world.
Everything You Need to Know About the Khan Family
What you need to know about the headline-making Gold Star family.
Ex-NFLer Steve Gleason on ALS Battle as First-Time Dad, 'Gleason' Doc
"Gleason" doc features 1,300 hours of video the NFLer recorded for his son.
Sexy Exotic Animal Veterinarian Driving the Internet Wild
“I’m having fun with it," said Dr. Evan Antin.
Hillary Clinton Makes History Accepting Democratic Nomination
She has officially become the first female nominee of a major political party.
This 11-Year-Old Girl Made Her Dad Drive Her to Philly for Clinton
She made a sign for the event based on the little engine that could.
This Police Department Uses Special Training to Diffuse Traffic Stops
Richmond, Calif., police say they have seen results with this new protocol.
Differences Between Black, White Families Having Race Conversation
"Nightline" hosted a diverse group of parents and officers to discuss race.
'It Feels Like There's a Bull’s Eye on Our Backs,' Officer Says
Ofc. Mark Blackwell of Bridgeport, Conn., police force on being on patrol.
Gymnast Simone Biles Aims to Make Olympic History
Simone Biles is doing things no other gymnast has ever done.
Long Before the US Border, Many Migrants Face Mexico
Many Salvadoran migrants choose a harrowing journey to escape violence.
'Fit Moms' Faced Backlash for 'Six Pack' Pregnancy Photos
The women were criticized for sharing the photos while pregnant.
Ann Coulter, James Carville Face Off on 2016 Election: Full Conversation
ABC News' David Wright moderates a talk between the two political heavyweights as they discuss the battle between Hillary...
Children of Witness Protection Struggle to Reclaim Identities
Jackee Taylor says she entered witness protection as a child and spent years trying to sort out passport and other...
'Living With No Excuses': Noah Galloway's Journey From Soldier to 'DWTS'
In a new memoir, Galloway describes how he rebuilt his life after losing two limbs in an IED explosion while serving in Iraq....
Tyra Banks Adds College Lecturer to Her Resume
The supermodel turned entrepreneur is co-teaching a Stanford University business class on creating a personal brand.
Woman Volunteers for '60 Days In' Jail to See What Life Could Have Been
Ashleigh, whose husband also appeared on the A&E reality show, said she struggled with drugs and alcohol and wanted to help...
Why Chip Credit Cards Are Still Not Safe From Fraud
Credit card thieves can use a skimming device to swipe data through the cards' magnetic strips.
Rose Wine, 'It's a Lifestyle'
Sales for this pink summer wine have been booming, in part thanks to celebrity brands and millennials who add fuel to the...
Men Compete to Become Romance Novel Cover Models
"A lot of it is in your eyes and facial expressions," cover model Scott Nova said. "It's called character modeling."
This Flyboard Champ Performs Heart-Stopping Stunts
Gemma Weston of New Zealand has won two international competitions in this new extreme sport.
US Swimmers Detained by Brazilian Police at Rio Airport
Jack Conger and Gunnar Bentz were taken off their U.S.-bound flight before it departed.
Olympic Boxer Claressa Shields' Long Fight for Gold
The Michigan native turned to boxing after a rough childhood and now she could make Olympics history if she wins her second...
Olympic Boxer Claressa Shields Aims for 2nd Gold Medal in Rio
The 21-year-old Flint, Michigan native has a chance to become the first U.S boxer to win back-to-back gold.
12-Year-Old Girl Sparks Online Firestorm Over Trophy Hunt Photos
The girl posed with a giraffe and a zebra she killed with her dad in South Africa, the latest incident of big game hunters...
Animal Rights Activists Protest Amy Schumer's Book Signing
Protestors who were upset with the comedian after she was spotted in a Canada Goose winter coat turned her NYC book signing...
PA Attorney General Found Guilty in Perjury Case, Resigns
Kathleen Kane, who exposed a massive state government email scandal, was convicted of leaking grand jury secrets and lying...
Almost Every Couple in This Chinese Village Has 1 Boy, 1 Girl
In Zhanli, most families mysteriously have one boy and one girl each and swear by a centuries-old secret kept by a medicine...
Kendall Jenner, 'Vogue's' Sept. Cover Girl, Takes on 73 Questions
The 20-year-old reality star turned fashion model gets up close and personal in new video interview as some Vogue fans...
After Ryan Lochte, Other US Swimmers Robbed, A Look at Security in Rio
An inside look at how Brazilian law enforcement has been trying to combat crime during the 2016 Summer Olympics.
An Inside Look at New Shanghai Disney Resort
Disney's first amusement park in mainland China opened in June after 50,000 hours of construction and over a decade of...
Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber Throw Shade in Alleged Instagram Feud
The "Hands To Myself" singer commented on her ex-boyfriend's post of himself with rumored new girlfriend, Sofie Richie.
Community Mourns Rapper Killed After Leaving Anti-Violence Event
Baltimore grieves for a rising star gunned down.
El Salvador's Violent Gangs: Inside the Murder Capital of the World
"Nightline" explores the impact of the deadly gangs spreading north into the US.
'Making a Murderer': Evidence Presented at the Murder Trial
Former prosecutor Ken Kratz shares some evidence he presented at Avery's trial.