Former NHL player Sean Avery on new memoir
"Ice Capades: A Memoir of Fast Living and Tough Hockey" chronicles Avery's career as an NHL enforcer.
'Real Live': Celebrities declare stances on religion
Celebrities like Jada Pinkett Smith and Justin Bieber have recently declared their stances on religion.
'Real Live': Aaron Hernandez reportedly suffered from CTE
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Behind the scenes of Rodgers and Hammerstein's 'The King and I'
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Through the years: US presidents meet the pope
Meetings between the pope and president have been held at the Vatican and within the U.S. for decades.
Tillerson to discuss Syrian conflict in Moscow meetings
ABC News' Amna Nawaz talks with reporter Patrick Reevell in Moscow, where Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will meet with Russian officials.
Russia skeptical of chemical weapons use in Syria
ABC News' Patrick Reevell reports from Moscow on the Russian reaction to the U.S. airstrikes on Syria
Celebrating Christmas The Jewish Way
ABC News' Amna Nawaz is at the Mile End Deli, a Montreal-style delicatessen that makes a Chinese feast on Christmas in a twist of the time-honored Jewish tradition.
Chinese Food for Christmas? NYC Deli Does A Twist on a Jewish Tradition
ABC News' Amna Nawaz watches chef Antony Nassif cook up three dishes from Mile End Deli's Chinese Christmas.
BlackBerry Staying as a Public Company, CEO Thorsten Heins Leaving
No, neither Facebook nor Lenovo nor its founders will be buying embattled BlackBerry. Instead the company announced Monday morning that it will remain public and will receive a $1 billion investment from Fairfax Financial Holdings, which had originally made a $4.7 billion bid to take the company