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June 18, 1983: Sally Ride becomes first US woman to fly in space
Ride was part of a mission to place satellites in space.
'10% Happier with Dan Harris' and New York Times' David Gelles
Gelles sat down with ABC News' Dan Harris for his livestream podcast show to bring a critical eye to "Mindfulness, Inc."
The Arkansas Travelers Head to NH to Support Clinton
ABC News' Brad Mielke catches up with the Arkansas Travelers who hit the road to campaign for Hillary Clinton.
Why the Fear of Fed Interest Rate Increases Makes Little Sense
Based on what financial talking heads are saying, you’d think that rising interest rates would be something of an Armageddon for the stock market. You can’t turn on the tube or open up a newspaper financial section without seeing a stream of speculation about when the Federal Reserve Board will
How to Plan Any Trip in 5 Simple Steps
If you haven't traveled in a while, planning a trip can seem like a chore. It doesn't have to be, not if you follow these simple steps. A little organization goes a long way. It also helps if you start early. You can begin planning U.S. trips three months ahead of the travel date or five months
Centers for Disease for Control Gives Update on Ebola Epidemic
Family of Thomas Eric Duncan says Ebola patient is in critical but stable condition.
Man’s Ravaging Lyme Disease Eludes Doctors for a Year
Allen Bargfrede said he was jumping into the shower when he spotted a tiny tick on his ankle that would change his life. “I washed it off and didn’t think about it anymore,” said the 39-year-old associate professor of music business at Berklee College of Music in Boston, who was in Spain at the
Thad Cochran's Impressive Array of Corporate Backers
Thad Cochran’s FEC reports read like checklists of every type of PAC imaginable. Money has flown around in Mississippi this month, and the incumbent won last night’s Senate primary runoff with help from a truly impressive array of groups—many of them corporate affiliated—donating directly to...
New GM CEO Mary Barra Apologizes on Capitol Hill
This is a special group. I'm Michelle Franzen in New York with this ABC news digital special report in the hot seat today General Motors CEO Mary Barra. Expected to walk in Washington on an apology tour now testifying. In just moments on Capitol Hill about the company's actions or lack thereof in
Left at the Altar at Your Wedding? Now You Can Collect
If you're jilted and left at the altar on your wedding day, now you can at least recoup your wedding costs, provided that you bought "change of heart" insurance . Wedding insurance is more common today than when it first introduced in 2007, experts say. That's due mainly to the rising cost of