March 23, 1979: Nanette Fabray campaigns for closed captions on television
Actress Nanette Fabray is hearing impaired and became a crusader for closed captions on television.
Harding also had to pay $160,000 in fines and was sentenced to three years' probation and 500 hours community service.
Robin Roberts and an all-star team of ABC News anchors and correspondents take a look back at the historic and most memorable moments of 2017.
ABC News' Becky Worley shares everything consumers should know in order to get some of the best discounts this year.
Brian Claypool was seated in the first row of the concert when gunfire broke out.
The legendary country music star and actor died after a battle with Alzheimer's disease, according to a statement on his website.
Lucasfilm Story Group's Matt Martin, Marvel editor Jordan White and new "Star Wars" writer Kieron Gillen discuss their collaboration.
Sears Holdings struck a deal to sell on Amazon.com, marking the retailer's first time selling products directly through the site.
To the index and a possible kidnapping caught on camera in Los Angeles the LAPD is now asking for the public's help tonight. Identifying the man in this video and his victim the suspect seen grabbing a woman by her hair forcing her into the back of a minivan. A second person can be seen sitting in
And Sears tonight announcing it will close another 43 locations and more than 25 states including eight Sears stores in 35 Kmart's by early October. We've put the entire list or web site.