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ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Republicans Hit Trump National Golf Course at High-Dollar Convention in 2004
Aug. 31, 2004: Big politician donors throw lavish parties with caviar and champagne for lawmakers.
Ava DuVernay's Racial Inequality Doc 'The 13th' to Open NYFF
Ava DuVernay's "The 13th," a documentary about racial inequality and mass incarceration in the United States, will open the 54th New York Film Festival
Julia Landauer hopes to graduate to racing's next level
If you don't think a girl raised in New York City and educated at Stanford would have the moxie to stick a stock car in a tight spot at a breakneck speed, you haven't met Julia Landauer. Landauer, 24, is so tough she made it halfway through "Survivor: Caramoan" in 2013. She's so confident she has
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.
The '5-Second Rule' is Real!
The Discovery Science Channel tested the "5-second rule" that says that eating dropped food is okay if you pick it up within the first few seconds.
'GMA 40 for 40': Dan Harris Delivers Pizza
ABC News staffers got a special delivery during the 40th anniversary livestream marathon.
Meet the Student Whose Lost ID Was Found by Tom Hanks
Fordham University student, Lauren Whitmore, says she was jogging when the card was lost.
Broadway Star Takes a Compassionate Stand After Child With Autism Disrupts His Show
Theater goers might think it's the cast of the show that's outraged by a disruptive audience member. But in the case of Kelvin Moon Loh, who is currently in Rodgers and Hammerstein's "The King and I" at Lincoln Center in New York, that wasn't the case at all. In a Facebook post from Wednesday, Loh
Lincoln Center's Reynold Levy Shares What He Would Have Done Differently
Being the host to venerable institutions like the New York Philharmonic , Metropolitan Opera House and New York City Ballet sounds like one of the most glamorous jobs in the world. But when Reynold Levy became the president of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in March 2002, many warned him