How to Stay Sane During the Holidays
ABC News' Dan Harris, author of "10% Happier," shares tips to ease stress during the holiday season.
"I hate my team." If you're a fantasy football owner, you've surely had that thought -- and likely articulated it -- at some point. Who knows? Maybe it was late on a Week 7 Sunday night while watching Russell Wilson play five whole quarters without a touchdown, after Jordy Nelson and Allen Robinson
Political analyst Matthew Dowd breaks down the latest ABC News tracking poll that shows Clinton's double digit lead and discusses voter seniment for both candidates.
President Barack Obama’s last State of the Union Address isn’t an ending, but a beginning. Instead of the usual end-of-second term victory lap, Obama is, as it were, competing in another Olympic gold-winning event. With seven long, challenging and difficult years behind him, President Obama does
Michele Bell has had Alfie the Elf sing "Hello" with Adele, celebrate Festivus with the "Seinfeld" crew and dance with the Radio City Rockettes.
While most “Elf on the Shelf” elves are seen hanging from unlikely places or caught with syrup in the kitchen, an elf belonging to a San Francisco family, is experiencing the world’s biggest pop culture moments right at their home. Alfie the Elf has sung “Hello” with Adele, celebrated Festivus with
GOP presidential candidate Rand Paul (R-KY) continued his annual "airing of grievances" tradition today, in which he tweets lighthearted complaints about everything from wasteful government spending to alternate-side parking to people who mock his turtlenecks. But this year Paul had a new target:
NOTABLES --TRUMP MORE THAN DOUBLES CRUZ: This morning’s new CNN/ORC poll -- conducted after the most recent the GOP debate -- gave frontrunner Donald Trump a commanding lead with 39 percent support, ABC’s CORINNE CATHCART notes. Cruz came in second with 18 percent, while Rubio came in third – tied
"Pop news," everybody. So break out your best puffy shirt. Why? Jersey seinfeld taking up residency at one of New York's most historic theaters, the veteran comedian announcing he will perform at the beacon once a month through June and maybe beyond, we hope. If he enjoys himself he'll stay. He
Fans surprised by the comedian’s shocking announcement to leave the iconic Comedy Central show.