New Survey Shows Significant Number of Americans Did Not Get Flu Shot
ABC News' Jennifer Ashton reports the latest health news surrounding the flu season.
'GMA' Investigates: How Dirty Is Your Humidifier?
Well, as the cold weather hits much of the country many families are breaking out those humidifiers, now is a good time to remind you what can happen if you don't regularly clean yours according to the manufacturer instructions. ABC's about gio Benitez with more about "Gma investigates." Reporter:
Memorable Moments of the 2016 Presidential Campaign
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Election 2016: Hillary Clinton's Key Moments
A lot at stake. This is not an ordinary time in this is not. An ordinary election. When voters were asked what is the first word that comes to mind when you think of Hillary Clinton. Words like liar dishonest untrustworthy worth the top of the list that should've used to counts one for personal one
Tour Georgetown's Reportedly Haunted Locations
ABC News' Serena Marshall and Lana Zak are led on a haunted tour of Georgetown, Washington, D.C.
Randy Travis Stuns Crowd at the Country Music Hall of Fame
The singer, who suffered a near-fatal stroke in 2013, stunned fans by singing a rendition of "Amazing Grace" at his induction ceremony to the Country Music Hall of Fame.
How the Debates Affect the Polls
FiveThirtyEight's Walter Hickey talks about the impact of the debates on voters' opinions.
How Moving Can Help You Recover From Surgery
ABC News Chief Women's Health Correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton weighs in on how moving your body can speed post-op recovery.
Making the Journey: A Look at the Plight of the World's Refugees
ABC News' Serena Marshall is at the Doctors Without Borders Exhibit on the global refugee crisis in Washington, DC.
Donald Trump Launches Personal Attack on Hillary Clinton
Trump told supporters in Pennsylvania that Clinton "could actually be crazy" and attacked her marriage to Bill Clinton.