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Trevor Noah talks race relations in America
"Daily Show" host discusses treating racism like a disease.
President Trump welcomes Canadian Prime Minister to the White House
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and joins ABC News' Terry Moran, Cecilia Vega, and Rick Klein to breakdown the President's meeting with Justin Trudeau.
Trump Flies to North Carolina Rally With 'Mad Dog' Mattis
The president-elect tweeted dissatisfaction with plans for "Trump Force One."
Oyster Farming From the Nursery to the Table
ABC News' Maggie Rulli takes a tour of the two-year oyster farming process at the Rappahannock Oyster Company.
Should Hillary Clinton's Campaign Have Revealed Her Pneumonia Diagnosis Earlier?
Democratic nominee was seen having difficulty walking and getting into vehicle after she left a 9/11 commemoration.
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: By the 1972 Presidential Election, Still No Change in Watts
Aug. 11, 1972: The Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles worse off than before the 1965 riots.
'The Bachelorette': Things Get Tense Between Chad and Evan
The tension between Chad and the other men on " The Bachelorette " reached dangerous levels on Monday night's episode -- so much so that host Chris Harrison had to intervene. The Chad drama heightened when he complained about participating in the group date, rather than a one-on-one date with
First Lady Michelle Obama Harvests the White House Kitchen Garden With Local Students
ABC News' Arlette Saenz and Serena Marshall visit the White House south lawn where the First Lady is harvesting vegetables for a summer salad recipe.
'The Bachelorette' Contestants: Meet the 26 Men Vying for JoJo Fletcher's Heart
It's the greatest day of the year, "Bachelorette" fans. The bios for this season's contestants have been released. Among the guys competing for JoJo Fletcher's heart: an erectile dysfunction specialist, a U.S. Marine, and yes, NFL quarterback Aaron Rodgers ' younger brother, Jordan. Read on to meet
A Doctor on Why Patients Lie to Their Physicians
April Fool’s is here and everyone has a get-out-of-free card for the most inventive lie. Aside from the holiday of hoax, most people lie on occasion to avoid consequences or spare another person's feelings. But your doctor will tell you that fibbing may be harmful to your health. While many people