'The Briefing Room': Explaining the tax reform plan
ABC News' political team analyzes today's White House press briefing, including tax reform and the response to the allegations sexual misconduct.
Alessia Cara on going from singing on YouTube to performing on world tours
The 21-year-old "Scars" singer from Canada details her big break and her thoughts on social media with ABC News' Nick Watt.
'Real Live': Songwriters Hall of Fame 2018 nominees
"Real Live" guests discuss the Songwriters Hall of Fame nominees and the remake of Hollywood classics.
Brazilian singer Anitta talks about crossing over into English language music
Anitta and Shots Studios CEO John Shahidi chat with ABC News' Rebecca Jarvis about their plans to revolutionize the entertainment industry.
April the giraffe might be pregnant again
Animal Adventure Park owner Jordan Patch said he "cannot confirm nor deny the possibility of another pregnancy" for viral sensation April the giraffe, and asked if the world was ready for another giraffe cam.
Kane Brown on trying to change perceptions about what country music looks like
The rising county music star talks about how his journey from Chattanooga to Nashville, being biracial and his creative process.
Filmmaker's commercial for girlfriend's used car goes viral
Max Lanman received bids as high as $150,000 on eBay for a 1996 Honda Accord after filming a commercial to sell the car.
Ralph Northam defeats Ed Gillespie for VA Governor Race
We have we can make a call. After polls have closed we can project a winner based on the exit poll and our analysis. Of the vote so far ABC news projects that in the Virginia governor's race the democratic candidate northbound will win that race projected winner in Virginia. Route northbound that
Meet the college student whose extra-credit biology rap went viral
Julien Turner, 19, made a rap about cells to get extra credit for his biology class at Morehouse College in Atlanta.
What your airplane seating preference says about you
People who prefer the window seat like to be in control and prefer to be on their own, while aisle passengers are more sociable and more accommodating, according to psychologists.