Dan Childs Tests His Strength After Hitting the Wall
Dan Childs completes a series of tests to measure his strength and mobility after hitting the wall.
Easy Meals To Make At Home: FrisÃ?(c)e Salad with Bacon
ABC News' Sara Haines joins Joel Gamoran Senior Resident Chef at Sur La Table for a delicious recipe and some helpful tips!
'After The View': Dec. 5, 2016
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Amy Robach Chronicles Breast Cancer Fight In 'Better'
The "Good Morning America" news anchor's new book details her experiences battling cancer.
Index: Falling Plane Part Lands on Golf Course
ABC News' David Muir reports the stories people have been buzzing about all week.
Texas Woman’s Riveting Escape From Amish Life, In her Own Words
Emma Gingerich said the past nine years have been the happiest she's been in her entire life. That's all because, she said, she's committed to her dream of abandoning her Amish community, where she felt she didn't belong, to pursue a college degree. "I didn’t fit in," Gingerich of Texas told ABC
First Lady Michelle Obama Brings Gifts for Prince George, Princess Charlotte
First lady Michelle Obama came bearing gifts during her recent trip to London. The U.S. embassy in London has confirmed that America’s First Lady gifted Britain’s royal family with American-made items for two of the family’s youngest members, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. Prince George, who
What Indiana's 'Fix' to Religious Freedom Law Still Allows
The amendment to Indiana ’s controversial religious freedom law stops businesses and individuals from refusing service or goods to people based on sexual orientation, gender identity or other reasons -- but the law could still serve as the basis for some denials of services or goods, though only
A Look Inside Anti-Vaccine Enclaves
As the measles virus makes a comeback in the United States, there are still pockets of the country where parents aren't vaccinating their children. Marin County, California North of San Francisco, Marin County is known for its affluent and well-educated population. But the 2010 whooping cough
Car Rams Through Car Wash Caught on Tape
Elderly driver's foot stuck on gas pedal sends car barreling through car wash.