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Stevie Wonder, NFL players take a knee in protest
"The View" co-hosts discuss the national anthem protests and backlash.
Harlem Walking Tour Celebrates Black History Month
ABC News' Nicole Phillip explores the history of Harlem and famous landmarks.
Number of Civilians Killed in Aleppo Tripled in Days After End of Cease-Fire
The U.S.-Russia brokered Syrian cease-fire may have brought some peace to the people of Aleppo for the one week it lasted, but after it ended, the city saw much more violence and death than before the truce came into effect. Three times as many civilians were killed in Aleppo in the 15 days after
Los Angeles, including one father and son, welcomes back Rams
LOS ANGELES -- I went to a Los Angeles Rams game with my dad. I never thought I'd get a chance to type the above sentence. It's not something I lost sleep over or thought much about. You don't really miss what you don't have. It was simply the reality of life as a Los Angeles resident after the
In Civil War II, Avenger Kills Another as Marvel Universe Transforms
538's Walt Hickey, ABC News' Michael Rothman, and Marvel's Nick Spencer and Tom Brevoort discuss the latest issue of Marvel's groundbreaking Civil War II series, along with recent events reshaping the look of the Marvel universe.
Bryce Harper's mission to make baseball fun again
He leads the league in homers. He leads the league in stop-what-you're-doing-and-turn-on-SportsCenter moments. And, of course, he leads the league in hair. But in other news, Bryce Harper has a war to fight. The culture war. He might not look the part. But baseball's most magnetic player is the
An Inside Look at the UN's Race to Save Refugees Around the World
ABC's Alex Marquardt reports from onboard a rescue ship, plus the UN's refugee agency discusses the 60 million refugees and displaced persons worldwide.
Vice President Honors Military Serviceman in Veterans Day Ceremony
Joe Biden honors U.S. war veterans at Arlington National Cemetery on 100th anniversary of the start of World War One.
Malala’s Mission Thriving 2 Years After Her Attack
Two years ago today, on Oct. 9, 2012, a masked gunman stepped onto a school bus in northwest Pakistan and shot Malala Yousafzai, then 15, in the head. The assassination attempt had been ordered by the Taliban because she had dared to speak out for the right of all girls to go to school. Malala, who
Syrian Refugee Children Forced to Work
Many young kids who should be in school instead are working the fields to support their families.