Japan's Prime Minister Remarks at Pearl Harbor Ceremony
Prime Minister Abe of Japan visits the USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor with President Obama.
After The View: October 3rd, 2016
Gretta Monahan shows off View Your Deal exclusives and talks about today's fashion trends with Sara Haines.
Index: China Offering to Build a High-Speed Train Between 2 American Cities
To the index of major headline tonight about the popular anti depressant Paxil long said to be safe and effective for children and teenagers tonight a major warning now. After reexamining old data group of experts now say axle may not work and could even be dangerous raising the risk of suicide for
Some Anti-Depressants Linked to Rare Cases of Birth Defects
Researchers found the drug, Zoloft, was not associated with any increased risk.
Some Anti-Depressants Linked to Rare Cases of Birth Defects, Study Reveals
A new study has shed light on the complex interaction between anti-depressants and pregnancy by looking at thousands of women who took them before giving birth. The study published in The BMJ, previously known as the British Medical Journal, found that some popular antidepressants known as SSRIs
Blunders and Battles in 2013 Politics
Act 5: ABC's George Stephanopoulos reflects on 2013's political stars and scandals.
'This Week': Powerhouse Roundtable
Rep. Adam Kinzinger, Gwen Ifill, Howard Dean, and Bret Stephens on "This Week."
Vanessa Lachey and 6 More Stars Open Up About Postpartum Depression
Vanessa Lachey welcomed a baby boy, Camden, with husband Nick Lachey last September, and now the TV personality admits that she dealt with postpartum depression after his birth. In a new blog entry on her website, Lachey said the pressure to be the perfect mother caused a downward spiral. During
Demi Moore Gets Dumped
Demi Moore loses her 26-year-old boyfriend after wild photos of her partying surfaced.
Off-Label Drug Marketing Is 'Free Speech,' Court Rules
A decision by a federal appeals court this week could have a dramatic impact on the marketing of prescription drugs in America, potentially affecting patient care and everything from TV advertising to future government prosecutions which, in the past, had yielded billions of dollars in settlements,