Summer Solstice 2015 News
Scuba Diver Mike Zimmer's Camera Chomped On by Hungry Shark
The stories people have been buzzing about all week.
Charleston Church Members Return for Services In Wake of Deadly Shooting
ABC News' Phillip Mena reports the latest news from Charleston, South Carolina, and the afternoon's other top stories.
How Muslims Observe Ramadan in Areas Where the Sun Never Sets
During the holy month of Ramadan , Muslims typically fast from sunrise to sunset -- with fasting lengths varying depending on where you live. But for Muslims who live in the land of the "Midnight Sun," a small region north of the Arctic Circle where the sun remains visible at midnight or all day,
Alyssa Milano Leads NASCAR Celebrity League; US Take on Belgium at World Cup
Actress Pulls Ahead of Vanilla Ice, Florida Georgia Line in fantasy league.
Kelly Ripa Shares Photos From Her 'Perfect' European Vacation
Kelly Ripa recently returned from a two-week vacation to Europe, and does she have stories to tell. The "Live with Kelly & Michael" co-host, who was just honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame , returned to the show today and gushed about the trip she and her family took with the
5 Stories You May Have Missed This Weekend
In case you spent your entire the weekend in the sun enjoying the summer solstice, we rounded up a handy list of our favorite stories you may have missed this weekend. 1. Mom Delivers Baby While Having Open-Heart Surgery A new mom is counting her blessings after giving birth to her "miracle baby"
5 International Stories You'll Care About Next Week
Ramadan, Jailed Al-Jazeera Correspondents, World Cup, Summer Solstice and Wimbledon
Summer Solstice Too Short for What's in Store
Though much of the country has already begun experiencing the heat of the season, it’s finally time to welcome summer astronomically, as the world begins celebrating the Summer Solstice this weekend (6:51 a.m. ET Saturday). The solstice will mark the longest day of year for the northern hemisphere,
Stonehenge Seeks New Druid-in-Chief
Want a dream job that allows you to ponder one of the mysteries of the world while you pull down $99,229 a year? Stonehenge, the mysterious, prehistoric monument in Wiltshire, England, is in need of a general manager to lead it “into a new era.”...
Today in Pictures; Shanty Fire, Earth Summit, US Diving, Mohammed Morsi, and NBA Finals
Thousands of lanterns were released to mark the Summer Solstice, and the shortest night of the year, in Poznan, Poland, June 21, 2012. (AP Photo) CLICK HERE FOR MORE AMAZING PICTURES OF THE DAY FROM ABCNEWS