Dwyane Wade Covers ESPN Magazine's 2016 Body Issue
The NBA star posed nude on the cover of the 2016 ESPN Body Issue and revealed how he overcame body insecurities.
Paul Ryan Thinks He Can Change Donald Trump's Mind on Entitlement Reform
House Speaker Paul Ryan tells George Stephanopoulos he thinks he can change Trump's mind on entitlement reform.
CMT Music Awards Highlights
Some analytical escape and it does have a little bit of playing today at topic is getting this morning at Nashville's big night yes all of country music's biggest stars turned out last night for this year's. CNT awards. Tim McGraw. Ended Carrie Underwood for a year winning streak for the top prize.
'After The View': May 12, 2016
The conversation continues with Hot Topics including Drew Barrymore calling her divorce a failure.
Joe Biden's Full Interview With Robin Roberts on Cancer Moonshoot Task Force
The vice president talks exclusively to "Good Morning America" co-anchor Robin Roberts about his the Cancer Moonshot task force and the presidential race.
Bernie Sanders Rails Against Income Inequality in Rural America
The presidential candidate spoke in Huntington, W.Va., on the evening of five Northeast primaries.
This Week Fast Forward 4.24.16
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Sanders 'Can't Snap' Fingers and Tell Supporters to Back Clinton if Nominee
The Democratic candidate for president joins "This Week" ahead of high stakes primaries in five states Tuesday.
Democratic Candidates Get Aggressive Battling Over the Must-Win State of New York
Sanders holds rallies in Brooklyn while Clinton hosts fundraisers in Hollywood days before the New York primary.
Democrats Battle in Brooklyn at Final Debate Before New York Primary
Everything is on the line for Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders in the Big Apple, with the state a must-win for both candidates.