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Celebrating National Bacon Day at BarBacon
ABC News' David Merrell heads to BarBacon to celebrate National Bacon Day.
Football, Globes Help NBC to 7th Straight Weekly Ratings Win
NBC kicked off the new year with a winning week, thanks in part to its NFL playoff game between Detroit and Seattle, and the Golden Globes
Inside the Trump Campaign's Unusual Rise to the Top
The day Donald Trump kicked off his campaign is the day that perhaps best set the stage for his entire candidacy -- unpredictable, always a show, with a slew of controversial moments. In short -- it has been a campaign like no other. Trump Tower on June 16, 2015 was electric. The building that was
Hulk Hogan Settles With Gawker for $31 Million
Hulk Hogan will settle all of his litigation with Gawker Media for $31 million with the possibility of more, ABC News has confirmed. Settlement documents filed at a New York federal bankruptcy court stipulate that Hogan, whose given name is Terry Bollea, will get $31 million plus share with other
Tech Titan Peter Thiel Explains Support for Donald Trump Amid Controversy
Controversial tech investor Peter Thiel doubled down on and explained his support for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign today at an event in Washington, D.C., saying that the Republican nominee’s ideas and support will not dissipate even if he loses the election. Thiel, a billionaire
Donald Trump Takes on Joe Biden, 'Obamacare'
Tough Guy" and said his employees are having a "tremendous problem" with "Obamacare," then said his employees are "not worried about health care" in the same speech.
Wells Fargo Races to Repair Brand With New 'Commitment' TV Ad Campaign
Working to repair its brand after a false account scandal over the past several weeks, Wells Fargo launched a television ad campaign on Monday complete with its historic horse-drawn wagons and pledges to address customer concerns. The ads are the company’s latest effort to reassure the public after
Former Miss Arizona Says Trump Would Walk In on 'Half-Naked' Contestants
Tasha Dixon said Donald Trump walked into a dress rehearsal while women were "half-naked" for the Miss USA pageant in 2001.
Campaign Chief John Podesta Asked Hillary Clinton to Call 'Needy Latinos,' According to Wikileaks Email
In a purportedly hacked email released on the Wikileaks website, Hillary Clinton ’s campaign chairman John Podesta appears to write to Hillary Clinton and a top aide urging Clinton to call prominent Latino politicians, including former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson and former Energy Secretary