The Legend Lives on in Sleepy Hollow
ABC takes you inside a spooky tour of Sleepy Hollow, NY
Police Dispatch Audio of Christian Taylor Shooting Released
The unarmed college student was shot four times by police after allegedly breaking into a car dealership in Arlington, Texas.
Promising News on Experimental Ebola Vaccine
Developing now a huge headline today in the fight against Ebola. Preliminary results now showing a vaccine to be up to a 100% effective in preventing the potentially deadly disease during an epidemic. Hi everyone I'm Caroline Costello in New York. This news coming nearly one year after we saw the
Firefighter Attends Graduation of Girl He Rescued 17 Years Ago
Now-retired Washington firefighter Mike Hughes was there for the emotional moment that Dawnielle Davison, the girl he rescued from a fire as a 9-month-old, graduated from high school.
Pentagon Ships Live Anthrax by Mistake
A government lab in Utah mistakenly shipped live anthrax spores to labs in nine different states, as well as an Air Force Base in South Korea, where 22 service members may have been exposed.
How Mia Farrow and 30 Artists Are Highlighting the Importance of Vaccines
A new collection of artwork commissioned by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation highlights the global impact of vaccines on preventable diseases. More than 30 world-renowned artists participated in the project, including actress Mia Farrow and photographer Annie Leibovitz. The renowned group of
Here’s What Former President Jimmy Carter Wants to Be Remembered For
What will historians say about former President Jimmy Carter 100 years from now? According to the 39th president, he hopes when people think of him, the words “peace and human rights ” come to mind. That’s what he told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos when asked what he’d want to be remembered for
CIA Director Reacts to Torture Report in Rare TV News Conference
Mr. President you agree with John Brennan the CIA's interrogation. And life. We're I. President Obama declined to answer a question from ABC's John Carl today over that explosives CIA torture report. But the CIA he is ready to talk we are set to hear from the man at the head of the agency. Director
Why There's So Much Controversy Surrounding Ebola Quarantine Orders
At least six states have issued tougher rules for travelers returning from Ebola-affected regions, some with mandatory quarantines going above and beyond federal guidelines. The moves are controversial and have sent politicians backpedaling and lawyers reading between the lines. What are states
Cleveland Officials Hold Press Conference on Ebola in the U.S.
Director of Public Health says that the city is working to "ensure there is a unified and coordinated approach" to fighting the disease.