Amelia Earhart News
Newly discovered photo suggests that Amelia Earhart may have survived crash landing in the Marshall Islands
A newly discovered photograph suggests that American aviator Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan may have survived the crash landing of their final flight more than 80 years ago. The never-before-seen photo, provided by the National Archives, is presumed to show Earhart and Noonan after
Girl Scouts styled as iconic women in history
Elementary-age Girl Scouts were transformed into feminist icons, including Hillary Clinton and Amelia Earhart, in honor of Women's History Month.
Girl Scouts dress up as iconic women for Women’s History Month
To celebrate Women’s History Month, a group of Girl Scouts stepped into the shoes of iconic female leaders, from Amelia Earhart to Lucille Ball and Condoleezza Rice . The New York-area Girl Scouts, chosen from a pool of more than 300 applicants, physically and mentally transformed into the women
MH370 and Five Other Unsolved Aviation Mysteries
After nearly three years and $160 million dedicated to scouring the bottom of the Indian Ocean, authorities suspended the search today for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. The Boeing 777, with 239 people on board, disappeared after inexplicably veering off course on March 8, 2014, in turn creating the
6 Unsolved Aviation Mysteries
From Amelia Earhart to Dan Cooper, these are six of the most prominent aviation mysteries in history.
Dale Earnhardt Jr. won't race favorite car 'Amelia' again
MOORESVILLE, N.C. -- Dale Earnhardt Jr. won't race "Amelia" again. Earnhardt's favorite car, which he drove to wins at both Talladega and Daytona in 2015, will rest on his property in the woods with a collection of torn-up race cars he has collected from his team and others over the years.
BOOK EXCERPT: 'In a Different Key: The Story of Autism' by John Donvan and Caren Zucker
ABC News' John Donvan and Caren Zucker have teamed up to tell the story of a mother whose efforts to diagnose her son's condition -- eventually identified as autism -- not only helped him but also opened doors for millions of children who followed. Read on for an excerpt from "In a Different Key:
US Women's Historic New York City Parade
Check out the highlights from the celebration of the U.S. victory in this year's Women's World Cup.
US Women’s Soccer Team Parades Down NYC’s ‘Canyon of Heroes’
The U.S. women's soccer team was honored today with a historic ticker-tape parade and City Hall ceremony in New York City following the team’s World Cup triumph. The parade marked the first time a women’s sports team is receiving a ride down the city’s famed Canyon of Heroes. "Let me tell you it's
Here's Who Members of Congress Want to See on the New $10 Bill
After the Treasury Department announced it would start printing new $10 bills with a woman on it, many members of Congress weighed in with recommendations. Here’s a list of who they’ve suggested so far: House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA): Frances Perkins During a briefing with reporters,