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Lost & Found: Here's What Was Left Behind at the 2015 ESPYs
Take a look at what stars, athletes and fans left behind at the ESPY awards.
Julianne Moore on “The End of The Affair” and the Power of Love
Julianne Moore has a new children’s book out: Freckleface Strawberry: Best Friends Forever. It’s the third in a series of picture books with the same main character, who is based on her own childhood. In the second part of my interview with her I ask...
Oct. 2: Day in History
Since 2007, Oct. 2 — the birth anniversary of Indian leader Mahatma Gandhi — has been observed as the International Day of Non-Violence . Around the world, people, governments and groups have honored the day with news articles, lectures, exhibitions, ceremonies and prayer meetings. 1950...
Semi-Portable Home Built From 'Junk'
Hi my name's Derek Peterson and welcome to tiny yellow house. All right here's where the super exciting mood setting CG explosion would be if we. And the budget for. So you have to settle for. So at least more rum mint chocolate chip. This is the Gypsy cabin I have my back that I built. Scott did
Anti-American Sentiment Grows in Pakistan
ABC's Habibullah Khan reports: Anything that has a US imprint in Pakistan is surely in for trouble these days, or at least has been for some time. Be it the Kerry-Lugar bill or the movement of vehicles belonging to US...
Iraq and Afghanistan: One Reporter's Story of Two Very Different Wars
ABC's Miguel Marquez reports from Afghanistan: Afghanistan is no Iraq. It’s my first time to Afghanistan and already the inverse puzzle of this place compared to Iraq is clear. Kabul feels friendlier and more open than Baghdad ever did but...
The modern and ancient merge in timeless Hanoi
Just after dawn around the perimeter of jewel-like Hoan Kiem Lake in the city center, hundreds of citizens gather daily in orderly clusters to tone their bodies and spirits for the future. Tai chi, touch-the-toes or Taoist meditation — whatever works. Some of them stretch their limbs beneath a
Excerpt: 'Three Cups of Tea'
In 1993, Greg Mortenson became very ill when climbing Mt. K2, the world's second tallest mountain, in the Himalayas. As he recovered for seven weeks in the small Pakistani village of Korphe, he was so touched by their kindness he received he vowed to return to build their fist school. This led to
Secret FBI Report
INVESTIGATIONS U.S. Secret FBI Report Questions Al Qaeda Capabilities No 'true' al Qaeda sleeper agents have been found in U.S. ( ABCNEWS ) Iran Iran 'Given Pakistan Centrifuges' Pakistan has confirmed that the former head of its nuclear weapons programme, AQ Khan, gave centrifuges for enriching