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Investigators question Harding's self-described bodyguard, ex-husband in Nancy Kerrigan attack: Part 6
Tonya Harding initially denied knowing anything about the attack, but later said she failed to report what she later learned about the attack.
Women filling the roles vacated by prominent men after sexual harassment accusations
A number of the positions left open by the dismissal of prominent men as the result of sexual harassment and assault allegations have been filled by women. The men have issued a range of statements in their defense, some admitting to some wrongdoing or none at all, but that hasn't slowed the
NBC names Hoda Kotb as Lauer replacement on 'Today'
NBC News says Hoda Kotb will replace Matt Lauer as co-anchor with Savannah Guthrie of the first two hours of the 'Today' show
Hollywood women unveil anti-harassment movement
Two of the Time's Up movement's founders, Nina Shaw and Tina Tchen, speak out on "GMA" about what they hope to accomplish for women across the country.
Jennifer Lawrence says she will take a break from acting
You're always so giving with "Pop news," Lara. Thank you, robin. Welcome back. Thank you. Good morning to you. We're going to begin with news about Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence making a surprising career announcement. Jen telling "Elle" magazine she is ready to tick a break in acting. No, Jen.
One of the most notorious mass murderers in America died in prison
set your DVR. We turn next tonight to the deathmanson. One of the most notorious mass murderers in America. He deployed his young followers to carry out a gruesome slaughter in the summer of 1969. Manson was serving life in prison. ABC's senior national correspondent Matt Gutman about what he once
Notorious cult leader Charles Manson dead at 83
Manson, deemed responsible for a murderous rampage in 1969 that left seven people dead, died of natural causes, according to California prison officials.
Louis CK accused of sexual misconduct by 5 women
Cara Buckley, a New York Times reporter who broke the story, tells "GMA" how she and her colleagues got the women to go on the record after years of rumors about the comedian's alleged behavior.
American Muslim children describe prejudice they've faced: Part 6
Our greeting is, 'Peace be upon you,'" one girl told ABC News' Diane Sawyer.
A look at how ISIS is recruiting young Americans through the internet
Justin Sullivan, Jaelyn Delshaun Young and Muhammad Oda Dakhlalla are all serving time in prison after they reached out to ISIS online.