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Joe Kennedy On The Time He Got Schooled By Elizabeth Warren
“Mr. Kennedy, what is the definition of assumpsit?” It was the first question Joe Kennedy's professor posed to him on his first day at Harvard Law School. He didn’t know the answer. The professor was Elizabeth Warren . And Kennedy learned an important lesson that day: “Never show up for her class
New Study Shows Risks of Road Debris in Highway Crashes
Between 2011 and 2014, debris on U.S. roadways played a key role in more than 200,000 police reported crashes and 500 deaths, according to a new study from AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. The non-profit research organization contends that many of these crashes could have been prevented. "What
Walk on Water With Christo's Latest Art Installation
ABC News takes you on a walking tour of Christo's latest project, connecting the island of Monte Isola to the mainland for the first time in its history with floating orange piers.
Rangers wrap up win at 2:44 a.m., outlast rain, Yankees
NEW YORK -- By the time Adrian Beltre stepped to the plate with the bases loaded well past midnight, Yankee Stadium was nearly deserted. So could he hear his 9-year-old son cheering for him to get a hit? "Clearly," Beltre said. The Texas Rangers wrapped up a weird win at 2:44 a.m. Tuesday, rallying
Mets 1B Lucas Duda out at least 6 weeks with stress fracture in back
WASHINGTON -- Lucas Duda landed on the disabled list with a stress fracture in his lower back Monday, forcing New York Mets officials to become creative in order to plug the hole at first base. Manager Terry Collins indicated that outfielder Michael Conforto will begin working out at the position.
New Allegations Emerge in Olympic Doping Scandal
The FBI and the U.S. Justice Department are now looking into allegations of state-sponsored doping of Russian athletes.
Trayvon Martin's Final Moments Take Center Stage in New Play
Four years after the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin by neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman, a controversial new play explores the teen's final moments. The incident that left a nation divided and gave birth to the Black Lives Matter movement takes center stage in "The Ballad of
Day Five: Search Ends With Chilling 9-1-1 Call
With the city on lockdown and one bomber dead, the hunt is on for the second fugitive.
Rockies' Nolan Arenado puts on a show every game
As baseball fans, when we talk about guys we would pay to see, we all value different qualities. Every sport has its own feats of strength or speed. But if there's one thing that advertises baseball unlike any other -- something that makes you sit up and take notice, somebody who gives you