How a WWII Vet and Holocaust Survivor Found Love 50 Years Later
Though they didn't meet until 50 years after the conflict, a World War II veteran and a Holocaust survivor were linked long before they finally got together and fell in love in New York City. Paul Rothman served as a captain in the United States Army overseas from 1942 to 1949, trying to topple
Toronto Mosque Holds All-Inclusive Iftar, Invites Members of LGBT Community to Celebrate Ramadan
The night before a troubled Florida man pledged allegiance to ISIS and killed 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, members of the LGBT community and Muslims broke bread together to celebrate Ramadan at a Mosque in Toronto. Toronto Unity Mosque held its 14th annual all-inclusive iftar, or
Genius Let's You Annotate Your Music on Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis
Yale alumni and Genius co-founders, Tom Lehman and Ilan Zechory, talk creating a successful start-up, couples therapy and their favorite "isms" with Rebecca Jarvis on Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis.
The Unique Places Where 2016 Presidential Candidates Have Held Events
As the race heats up, presidential candidates from both sides of the aisle are going the extra mile to reach voters and win them over. Here’s a look at some of the more memorable places each presidential hopeful has chosen to make a campaign stop or hold a rally: Ted Cruz -- Matzah Bakery -- April
The Note: What Millennials Want
NOTABLES --2016 RACE SEES SURGE OF INTEREST AMONG MILLENNIAL WOMEN: The drama of this year's presidential election isn't lost on millennial women. In a national poll conducted by ABC News and Refinery 29 of women between the ages of 18 and 35, nearly half said that they were more interested in this
John Kasich Courts the Jewish Vote in Brooklyn
Republican presidential candidate John Kasich toured a matzo bakery and perused Jewish literature in Brooklyn today as he courted the Jewish vote a week before New York’s Republican primary and 10 days before the start of the Jewish holiday Passover . The Ohio governor chatted about his favorite
Ted Cruz Swaps Mic for Rolling Pin to Tour Matzo Bakery
While campaigning in New York, Ted Cruz traded his mic for a rolling pin as he toured Chabad Neshama Center, a Jewish Community Center in Brooklyn, and made matzo bread from scratch at the center's Model Matzah Bakery. Despite being a rookie matzo baker, the Texas senator was impressed with the
Lost Money Found For You
As everyone holds out for a tax refund, find out if there is hidden money you didn't know you had.
'After The View': Nov. 5, 2015
The co-hosts continue the Hot Topics conversation weighing in on the end of skinny jeans and Rebel Wilson refusing to present at MTV VMAs with Kendall and Kylie Jenner.
Why Hillary Clinton Emailed About Gefilte Fish
The great gefilte fish mystery may have been solved. Among the latest batch of Hillary Clinton emails released by the State Department on Monday night was one that left people totally stumped -- and it had to do with gefilte fish. “Where are we on this?” Clinton wrote to two of her advisers on