What to Expect in the Democratic Debate
ABC News' Mary Alice Parks talks with the ABC News Politics team about what to expect in tonight's debate.
Federal Reclassification of Marijuana Could Have Major Impact on Medical Uses
Federal authorities have announced that they are reviewing the possibility of loosening the classification of marijuana, and if this happens, it could have a far-reaching impact on how the substance is used in medical settings, experts said. Marijuana is currently classified as a Schedule I drug,
All Things Cereal
Chef Mark Bailey celebrates National Cereal Day with some new twists on the breakfast staple.
The Hottest Toys at the International Toy Fair
ABC News' Charli James and Toy Insider's Laurie Schacht reveal the hottest toys at the International Toy Fair.
Panda Express Celebrates Chinese New Year
ABC News' Rachel Scott and Michael Rothman check out the specialty items Panda Express is offering for Chinese New Year.
'GMA 40 for 40': 'Scandal' Star on Being 'Mr. President'
Tony Goldwyn describes researching his roles and the "real relationship" with fans.
‘Empire’ Star Taraji P. Henson Apologizes for Claim Son Racially Profiled by Cops
Actress Taraji P. Henson may be known for unapologetically standing her ground as a music matriarch on the hit show, “Empire,” but she has apologized for claiming that her son was racially profiled by the Glendale Police Department in California . After Henson told Uptown magazine her son’s traffic
Loretta Lynch says Federal Courts Effective for Prosecuting Homegrown Terrorists
Obama's pick for attorney general says federal courts are "proven" for trying terrorism suspects.
Luckiest man on earth? It's A-Rod
NEW YORK -- On the day the Yankees commemorated the 75th anniversary of the famous Lou Gehrig speech, it is clear Alex Rodriguez is truly the luckiest man on the face of the earth earth earth. It is also clear that for a guy with low testosterone, he sure has some set of onions. In some ways, the
Doctor Accused of Sexting During Surgery
Anesthesiologist in Seattle had his license suspended for allegedly putting patients at risk.