2009 town hall: President Obama answers America's questions
President Obama sat down with Americans to answer questions about health care in the ABC special "Questions for the President: Prescription for America."
'Motivated': Do you even need to exercise?
ABC News' Mara Schiavocampo interviews obesity expert Dr. Louis Aronne and trainer Noah Neiman about whether exercise is key to weight loss.
Crowded deck collapses during memorial service
And to the "Index" now. Starting in northern Montana. A crowded deck, collapsing during a memorial service at a lodge on flathead lake. At least 20 people hurt. Some in critical condition tonight. And a tragic turn for a prize bullfighter in France. The 36-year-old matador tripped on his cape and
EPA Chief Scott Pruitt still won't say if President Trump believes climate change is a hoax
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt discusses the president's decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate agreement on "This Week."
Employers opting out of providing free birth control?
"The View" co-hosts discuss a leaked draft regulation with plans to allow employers to opt out of offering free birth control for religious and moral reasons.
Black lab named Alpha gets his own school ID and a picture in the yearbook
Alpha has been trained to detect dangerously low blood sugar levels in his owner A.J. and has accompanied him for years, saving his life numerous times.
Manchester investigators now searching for a bomb maker on the loose
ABC News' Molly Hunter has the latest in Manchester as the investigation widens to Libya.
Virginia high school features student's dog in yearbook for a touching reason
One school made sure that a student's furry friend was remembered in the yearbook.
'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.
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.