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The Latest: Official: Inmate scream not from execution drugs
Florida authorities say there's 'no indication' a blood-curdling scream let out by a Florida inmate during his execution was caused lethal injection procedure
Inside the break-up boot camp retreat designed to heal broken hearts
Amy Chan, a relationship columnist, founded the Renew Breakup Bootcamp, which runs as high as $1,700 for a weekend retreat.
July 21, 2009: Katherine Heigl answers a lightning round of questions
When a little kid what should you want to be an actor. Noted however that I'm using this microphone not because I'm going to sing the tune emotion and I always wanted to sink into my Mike just went out. What first attracted to you two are your husband. His confidence. Let's pick confidence. He's
Are 'healthy' ice creams actually healthy?
What to know about the latest trend of low-calorie, protein-packed ice creams that are hitting stores across the country.
Bernie Sanders gets the scoop from Ben & Jerry's employees
The Twittersphere lit up Friday after Bernie Sanders tweeted a photo of himself speaking from what looked like from inside an oversized pint of Ben & Jerry's ice cream. The Vermont senator and former Democratic presidential candidate was getting the scoop from employees at the ice cream
Ben & Jerry's celebrates Free Cone Day
ABC News' Charli James joins us from a Ben & Jerry's in Time Square that is expected to give out 10,000 servings today.
Ellie Kemper opens up about 'Smurfs' and 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt'
Plus, the new mother discusses using lullabies from Rockabye Baby made from the "Hamilton" soundtrack.
What your favorite ice cream flavor says about you
Ellie Kemper dishes on her favorite flavors while celebrating Ben and Jerry's Free Cone Day.
What O.J. Simpson Said When Asked About Murder Evidence
Part 4: A jury at the civil trial found Simpson responsible for the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.
Alysa Auriemma on 2016 IMPACT25 honoree UConn women's basketball
My father came to the United States as a young boy in the early '60s, a time when Italians weren't viewed too kindly by Americans. He was told, in no uncertain terms, that if he didn't learn English quickly, he would fail in school. He learned how to write checks for my grandmother, who never