August 30, 2000: 'Hopkins 24/7'
The premiere episode of "Hopkins 24/7."
ABC News' David Kerley goes inside the National Institutes of Health headquarters in Bethesda, Maryland, where scientists are working to create a universal vaccine against the influenza virus.
House Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi took to the floor this morning to address the emerging bipartisan caps deal in the Senate, pointing to several "Democrat priorities" but drawing the line over Dreamers.
National Institutes of Health say this season's vaccine may only be 10 percent effective.
Dr. Jennifer Ashton discusses a warning from medical experts that this season's flu vaccine may be ineffective against a strain of the virus that is circulating.
P To the index of other news tonight. The search for a missing toddler in Jacksonville, North Carolina. 3-year-old Mariah woods was last seen Sunday night. Her mother's boyfriend now says the girl woke up at midnight and he told her to go back to bed. They say she was missing the next morning.
ABC News political analyst Matthew Dowd and "The View" co-host Meghan McCain analyze President Trump's response to Sen. John McCain's fiery speech about nationalism and Trump's apparent reversal on health care subsidies.
2006: Transgender man Ben Barres shares his firsthand experience of sexism in the math and science worlds.
ABC News' Amna Nawaz, Rick Klein and Karen Travers break down the White House press briefing and discuss a possible government shutdown.
ABC News' Mary Bruce speaks with Rep. Jim Himes, D-Connecticut, and Rep. Charlie Dent, R-Pennsylvania, about how Congress can move forward by working with members and both sides of the aisle.