Dina Merrill, heiress and actress, dead at 93
Dina Merrill, the rebellious heiress who defied her super-rich parents to become an actress, often portraying stylish wives or "the other woman," has died at age 93
Today in History
Today in History Today is Sunday, May 21, the 141st day of 2017. There are 224 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On May 21, 1927, Charles A. Lindbergh landed his Spirit of St. Louis monoplane near Paris, completing the first solo airplane flight across the Atlantic Ocean in 33
'Twin Peaks' original and new cast members on the top secret remake
The popular TV show is back 25 years later and David Lynch, Jim Belushi and others talk about the lengths they went for secrecy.
Thailand's chunky monkey on diet after gorging on junk food
A morbidly obese wild monkey who gorged himself on junk food and soda left behind by tourists has been rescued and placed on a strict diet of lean protein, fruits and vegetables
Poll says blacks less likely to have enough for retirement
A new poll shows that older white Americans are nearly twice as likely as African Americans to say they've saved enough for retirement, a new poll found
Man detained by immigration authorities dies at hospital
Authorities say an Indian man detained after arriving at Atlanta's airport without required immigration documents has died at a hospital
Gestational diabetes may increase with warmer days, study finds
Diabetes during pregnancy has long frustrated doctors trying to discern why some women are more at risk for the disease than others. Though some factors have been associated with increased risk for the condition, including age, family history, excess weight and race, many questions remain. A new
Why the 'exercise pill' isn't likely to eliminate the gym any time soon
Recent headlines touting the benefits of an "exercise pill" have teased the idea that it could be possible to skip the gym and stay fit. But a new study released this month, which takes a closer look at how the drug GW501516 acts on the body's metabolism, shows the alleged benefits aren't all that
Illness, legal tangles slow Salvadoran massacre extradition
More than a year after a his extradition was ordered, a former Salvadoran colonel remains far from answering charges of plotting the 1989 deaths of six Jesuit priests as his extradition case plays out in America.
New report links common painkillers to increased risk of heart attacks
ABC News' Dr. Jennifer Ashton brings the latest on a new report that links painkillers such as ibuprofen to an increased risk of heart attack.