Saint Patrick's Day News
In Leaked Recordings, DNC Shown Controlling Donor Access
The release of a trove of “embarrassing” hacked internal emails and private voicemail recordings reveal not only the unseemly deal-making involved in recruiting high-dollar donations for political campaigns, but the role fundraising officials play in approving and denying access to President Obama
Hospital Runs 'Teen Tox' Drunk Drills to Prep for Intoxicated Teens During Lollapalooza Festival
One Chicago pediatric hospital is getting ready for an influx of intoxicated adolescents by running "teen tox" drills, also called "drunk drills" ahead of the music festival Lollapallooza. The Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago typically sees a nine-fold increase in the number of intoxicated
Uni Watch's Friday Flashback: A noel evolution in the NBA
Earlier this week we had the exclusive news about the NBA's Christmas Day uniforms for the 2016-17 season . But how do those uniforms stack up in the larger context the NBA's previous Christmas unis? From a sports perspective, the NBA has come to "own" Christmas in recent years, typically
3-Year-Old Battling Cancer to be Sworn into FDNY as 'Junior Firefighter'
A 3-year-old boy from Hawaii is to be honored by the FDNY at the end of this month -- being sworn in as a junior firefighter. Trucker Dukes was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroblastoma at a year old, mom Shauna Dukes told ABC News. And although he's fighting a serious illness, Trucker, whose dad is a
Election 2016: Will Trump's 'Hispanics' Tweet Affect His Campaign?
ABC News' Cecilia Vega and political analyst Matthew Dowd discuss the GOP candidate's May 5 post.
FBI Goes Digging in Stolen Art Investigation
Agents moved in to Manchester Connecticut with back hoes and shovels in hopes that the stolen Rembrandt and other art was hidden here. It was the third time the FBI had dug up the lawn of this ranch house this time digging deeper than ever. Agents have maintained for years they know of mafia art
Polar Beverages Releases 'Unicorn Kisses' Flavor for April Fools' Day
It's not yet April Fools' Day , but soft drink company Polar Beverages is spreading good humor in the form of its latest flavor: unicorn kisses. The company that was founded more than 130 years ago has released its first small-batch recipe in line with April Fools' Day. The bottles come with a
President Obama: Cuban President Raul Castro Wants Change
The commander in chief discussed his talks with Cuba's leader in an exclusive interview with ABC News' David Muir.
Martin: Trump is Running to be 'Thug in Chief'
way to get her vote in. Reporter: And 81-year-old from North Carolina ask people not to vote for Hillary Clinton. As the candidates them for votes, they may get an unexpected boost from voters who won't even be casting a vote. This is a dream come true for her. Karen: Tributes for the state trooper
'This Week' Transcript: Donald Trump, Reince Priebus, Denis McDonough, and Sen. Mitch McConnell
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT FOR 'THIS WEEK' ON March 20, 2016 and it will be updated. GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS , HOST: Hello again. After another wild week in the race for the White House, it began with more big wins for Donald Trump -- at least three states on Tuesday, the most delegates by far, moving