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The Eye Hospital Saving Lives One Flight at a Time
ABC News' Charli James visits the Orbis Flying Eye Hospital, an ophthalmic facility treating patients and training doctors inside an airplane.
Trustees: Tiny Rise in Social Security Benefits Next Year
The trustees who oversee Social Security say millions of beneficiaries can expect a tiny increase in monthly payments next year
Asian Stocks Bounce Back as Investors Await Britain's Vote
Asian stock markets bounced back on Friday, as U.S. consumer price data helped calm investor sentiment, one day after Bank of Japan's decision not to add stimulus measures sparked heavy losses
Peter Travers' Summer Movie Preview
Film and television critic Peter Travers, host of "Popcorn With Peter Travers," offers a breakdown of all the films you'll want to see this summer.
Summer Airfare on the Decline
Good news for summer travelers: airfare might actually be lower this year. New data from airfare prediction app Hopper suggests that this summer will offer the cheapest tickets of the last seven. Travelers should expect to pay about $240 for a round-trip, domestic ticket this June, according to
Big Hopes for the Trump Campaign in the Northeast
ABC News' Tom Llamas breaks down the stakes for the GOP frontrunner in the 5-state primary.
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Diane Sawyer Meets Fishermen Affected in 2010 by BP Oil Spill
July 13, 2010: Along the bayou, fishermen were coping with the aftermath of the massive oil slick.
Lawmakers Renew Push for Black Lung Benefit Reform
U.S. lawmakers are making a fresh run at passing legislation to reform the black lung benefits program , two years after an ABC News investigation into allegations that benefits often had been wrongly denied to dying coal miners. "The coal miners and the families who have been impacted by black
Johns Hopkins Defies Senator Over Black Lung Probe
The CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine has turned down U.S. Sen. Robert Casey, Jr.’s request for the results of internal review of the renowned medical center’s controversial radiology program, which for years read X-rays of coal miners on behalf of coal companies and rarely found those miners to have
Senator Demands Release of Hopkins Black Lung Report
U.S. Sen. Robert Casey, Jr. is demanding to see the findings of Johns Hopkins internal review of a controversial radiology program that for years reviewed x-rays of coal miners on behalf of coal companies and rarely found miners to have serious black lung disease -- decisions that helped prevent