Matthew Dowd and LZ Granderson on What Trump Needs to Do in the Third Presidential Debate
ABC News contributors Matthew Dowd and LZ Granderson talk about what Donald Trump needs to do in the third presidential debate.
Missing 4-Year-Old Florida Girl Found Alive
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Renowned Meditation Teacher Sharon Salzberg's Tips for How to Start Meditating
Salzberg, bestselling author and cofounder of Insight Meditation Society, offers her advice to beginners.
'10% Happier with Dan Harris' and Amy Cuddy
The Harvard social psychologist sat down with ABC News' Dan Harris to talk about "power poses" and how having good posture can lead to more confidence.
Officer Killed in Parking Lot Was Targeted, Police Say
According to authorities, at least two suspects opened fire on Ricardo "Ricky" Galvez while he was sitting in his car.
'This Week' Transcript: Ben Carson and Sen. Bernie Sanders
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT. ANNOUNCER: Starting right now on ABC's THIS WEEK, a new frontrunner? He's raised the most money this quarter. He's now in a dead heat with Donald Trump. Will he pull into first? Dr. Ben Carson joins us only on THIS WEEK. Plus the Democrats' big week -- Bernie Sanders and
Live Look Inside Command Center Running California Wildfire Response
Deputy Director of the Governor's Office of Emergency Services Kelly Huston explains orchestrating wildfire responses in California.
Newt Gingrich Says Trump Has 'Most to Win and Most to Lose' in GOP Debate
The "This Week" powerhouse roundtable on the first GOP debate and the potentially changing Democratic field.
ISIS Aims New Recruitment Video at Balkan Muslims
ISIS launched a new push to reel in disaffected Muslims as fighters in Syria and Iraq with a new video posted online Thursday, offering them a "stronghold" there to worship freely -- and to fight for. The 20-minute video by the core-ISIS propaganda machine, Al-Hayat Media Center, starred a group of
Why Everyone's to Blame for Identity Theft
The other day a reporter asked me who’s to blame for the growing epidemic of identity-related tax fraud. I almost replied, “the government and the bad guys,” but I caught myself before committing to that inaccuracy. “We’re all to blame,” I said. I believe that breaches, and the identity theft that