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Meet the Starting Lineup for the 2017 Kitten Bowl
ABC News' Charli James and Michael Rothman take us preview of the 2017 Kitten Bowl.
How to Stream the High-Stakes Presidential Debates
Television viewership for Monday's presidential debate is expected to be high, but you don't need a television to watch
Strait Talk With Matt and LZ Special Edition Live From Detroit
ABC News Political Analysts Matt Dowd and LZ Granderson hold a special edition of straight talk with the students at the University of Detroit Mercy.
Ohio College Students Step Right Up And Talk 2016 Election Politics With ABC News
Thursday, Sept. 15 Yesterday, we visited college campuses and talked to students about the upcoming election. Today, the plan is to talk to more voters over some coffee and yes some hot dogs. The college campuses showcased younger voters' interest in third party candidates as well as stronger
Hillary Clinton: Possible Russian Interference in Election 'a Concern'
Hillary Clinton took a wide-ranging series of questions from her traveling press corps Monday for the first time in over a month, primarily responding to a report in the Washington Post that U.S. intelligence agencies are investigating potential Russian interference in the U.S. election. "We are
Putin Denies Russia Hacked the DNC, But Doesn't Condemn the Breach
Russian president Vladimir Putin today disputed claims that his government was behind the recent hack into the Democratic National Committee’s computer systems, but at the same time appeared to condone the subsequent leak of information from the breach, suggesting that it could potentially be
The Olympics' first winners: Rio's 1 percent
If you drive a few minutes south of Copacabana, the beach that's currently teeming with American athletes and tourists, you'll stumble onto the richest neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro. Leblon, named after a French plantation owner, is a quiet, stylish enclave of young investment bankers and affluent
Crossing the Aisle: Growing Number of Republicans Won't Back Trump
Hewlett-Packard CEO and prominent Republican donor Meg Whitman announced today that she will vote for Hillary Clinton in November. Whitman adds her voice to a growing chorus of those on the right who are voting across the aisle, abstaining from voting, or leaving the party rather than vote for GOP
Americans to Drink More Bottled Water Than Soda This Year
Perhaps it's a sign of Americans' increasing concern with health, a growing laziness about filling a water bottle at the tap, or even a fear of tap water contamination. But Americans are this year for the first time expected to purchase more bottled water than traditional carbonated sodas.
Uber's Unprofitable Chinese Operations to Merge with Main Competitor
Facing stiff competition in China, Uber announced today that it will merge its operations there with its main competitor, potentially ending the company’s unprofitable foray in that vast market. Uber CEO and co-founder Travis Kalanick made the announcement in a blog post on the company’s website