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Wildlife photographer traveled the world to snap stunning animal portraits
Joel Sartore photos and how he captures them are the subject of a new three-part PBS series, "Rare: Creatures of the Photo Ark."
LZ Granderson: I had to reconcile my faith with my sexuality
Amna Nawaz interviews LZ Granderson on this episode of "Uncomfortable," and Granderson gets candid about living his life as a straight man before he made the decision to come out as gay.
Keeping monster trucks in the family with 'Son-uva Digger'
ABC News' Nicole Phillip talks to Ryan Anderson, driver of monster truck "Son-uva Digger" and son of the driver of the famous "Grave Digger" truck.
New stunning images of the rescue of a woman held hostage in a storage container
Kala Brown was kidnapped by a serial killer and held captive for weeks before her rescue.
Will Joe Biden, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson run for president in 2020?
Mark Cuban joins "The View" co-hosts to discuss the qualities needed to be president -- and whether he may run for office himself.
Femicide, Part 1: Honduras, one of the most dangerous places to be a woman
Miss Honduras Maria Jose Alvarado became a tragic symbol of gender-based violence after she was killed, but many Honduran women live in fear of being attacked by men.
New documentary 'Mr. Chibbs'
Former NBA star Kenny Anderson talks about the purpose behind his new documentary "Mr.
Bill O'Reilly accuser Perquita Burgess comes forward
Burgess discussed the allegations of harassment against O'Reilly and her decision to go public.
Louisiana is in a state of emergency, as twister lifts up car and drops it back down
We turn next to the severe weather threat. The watches up this hour after deadly storms already. A state of emergency in Louisiana, and tens of thousands without power in Georgia. This twister in Louisiana, watch it lifting up a car there in the background and dropping it back down. Powerful winds
Melania Trump Refiles Daily Mail Online Lawsuit
The first lady is suing Daily Mail Online for more than $150 million, alleging that a false report damaged her "licensing, marketing and endorsement opportunities."