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Jon Ossoff makes last-minute push in Georgia's sixth congressional district
ABC News' MaryAlice Parks talks with volunteers from Ossoff's campaign who are trying to "flip the sixth" for the Democratic candidate.
Reliving the 1996 Democratic National Convention
The 20-year-old convention footage of Hillary Clinton dancing the "Macarena" has taken social media by storm.
Index: New NYC Law Says Bars, Restaurants and Nightclubs Cannot Refuse Service to Pregnant Women
To the index and to a controversial new law in new York City. New guidelines say bars, restaurants and nightclubs cannot refuse to serve alcohol to pregnant women. The law calls it a form of discrimination. Medical experts have repeatedly warned about the danger office drinking while pregnant. Less
FBI Goes Digging in Stolen Art Investigation
Agents moved in to Manchester Connecticut with back hoes and shovels in hopes that the stolen Rembrandt and other art was hidden here. It was the third time the FBI had dug up the lawn of this ranch house this time digging deeper than ever. Agents have maintained for years they know of mafia art
FBI Searches Home of Reputed Mobster Suspected in Boston Art Heist
The FBI could have a new lead in the country's biggest art heist mystery. Agents returned to a Connecticut home for a third time searching for a stolen Rembrandt and other works. The homeowner an aging gangster named Bobby gen Tillie is in prison on a gun charge. He's been the prime suspect in the
Deadpool, Box Office and Superheroes
ABC News' Dan Silver and Michael Rothman review Deadpool and discuss box office numbers and superheroes.
'WNN' Friday Rewind: 9.12.2014
Taking a look back at this week's biggest stories including the fight against ISIS and NFL's handling of the Ray Rice domestic violence incident.
Cops Still Tracking 1990 State-of-the-Art Heist
There have been “confirmed sightings” of priceless artworks stolen in a 1990 heist that remains an enduring mystery, FBI sources in Boston told ABC News. The theft of 13 masterpieces from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Art Museum in Boston is still the largest property crime...
Hitler's Last Known Tome of Stolen Art Donated to National Archives
A leather-bound book used by Adolf Hitler to document Nazi Germany’s pillage of precious artwork during World War II was donated to the National Archives today, the anniversary of the end of the war in Europe. The so-called “Hitler Album Six” was a missing volume...