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ARCHIVAL VIDEO: The Rise of the Berlin Wall
The Cold War symbol was erected in 1961 to separate the democratic West and the Communist East Berlin.
In Sweden, Bruce Springsteen and the Ties That Bind
Ullevi stadium, in this industrial port city on Sweden’s west coast, was built as a soccer stadium with a capacity to hold up to 43,000 fans. Last night, as Bruce Springsteen and his E Street Band took the stage here, the large LED screen behind the band blared the number of paid attendees at
This Week in History: June 26-July 2
ABC News' Jonathan Karl looks back at great moments in history, politics and pop culture.
How Twins OF prospect Max Kepler journeyed from Germany to majors
MINNEAPOLIS -- Minnesota Twins rookie Max Kepler 's walk-up music is the Souls of Mischief's feel-good hit "93 'til Infinity." There is a connection because the song was released in, and is a bit of an anthem to, the year Kepler was born: 1993. "This is how we chill from '93 'til/This is how we
David Hasselhoff Goes 'Hoff the Record'
The iconic actor is live on "GMA" to discuss his new documentary-style sitcom, "Hoff the Record."
Presidents Obama, Castro Meet in Cuba for Historic Visit
President Obama is the first sitting American president to visit Cuba since Calvin Coolidge in 1922.
Full interview with President Obama and David Muir in Cuba
President Obama meets with World News Tonight Anchor David Muir for an exclusive interview as the president makes a historic trip to Havana, Cuba.
The Best Lines of the Republican Debate
The Republican debate debate kicked off in Greenville, South Carolina. In the debate hosted by CBS and the Wall Street Journal the GOP hopefuls opened the night honoring the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. Here are the best lines of the fiery debate: ON NOMINATING JUSTICE SCALIA 'S
When Whitney Hit The High Note
Y ou have to understand. You have to remember. This is 1991. Before six people died in the World Trade Center bombing. Before 168 died in Oklahoma City. This is before 111 individuals were injured by a bomb made of nails and screws at the Atlanta Olympics. Before backpacks stuffed with pressure