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Love Lost: 9/11 Spouses Reveal What They 'Wish Their Partners Knew'
On Sept. 11, 2001, 3,000 families lost parents, friends and loved ones. With the 15-year anniversary of the most devastating attack on U.S. soil just days away, partners of five of those victims told ABC News what life’s been like without their significant others, revealing what they wish their
Part of Prague's Iconic Dancing House Turns Into Hotel
For many of the millions of tourists who flood the Czech capital every year, taking a selfie in front of the Dancing House has become as important as walking across the medieval Charles Bridge. The unusual building, which resembles a pair of dancers, is a rare example of contemporary architecture
LZ Granderson Says Clinton 'Email Thing Is Just Terrible'
And we're back now with the powerhouse roundtable ABC news' chief political analyst Matthew Dowd. ABC news contributor and ESPN's senior writer LC granderson. Associated Press chief White House correspondent Julie pace. And host of NPR's morning edition Steve Inskeep welcome to all of you so much
This Week Fast Forward 09.04.16
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ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Ann Richards Speaks at the 1988 Democratic National Convention
July 18, 1988: In her speech, Richards says that George H.W. Bush was "born with a silver foot in his mouth."
'Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory' Turns 45: Stars Tell Stories from the Set
It's been 45 years since Gene Wilder slipped into Willy Wonka's top hat and purple jacket and escorted five lucky kids through his mysterious chocolate factory. The film, based on the popular Roald Dahl book, was released on June 30, 1971, though it earned just $4 million at the end of its original
Debbie Reynolds on How Music 'Brought Her Through' Life
Without music and dance, Debbie Reynolds ' life wouldn't be the same. From her start in Hollywood at age 16 to her recent health scare, song and dance have carried her through. "I wouldn't have known what to do. I wouldn’t have been as happy or joyful," the "Singin' in the Rain" star, 84, told ABC
New Evidence Could Convince Officials to Open Murder Investigation
The death of Michelle O'Connell was ruled a suicide, but a new autopsy could present additional evidence.
Mother Charged with Child Abuse During Family Vacation Nightmare
After letting her 11-year-old son drive a golf cart, the mother of two was pinned to the ground by police.