Meet the Hofstra University Cheerleaders
ABC News' MaryAlice Parks talks with the Hofstra cheerleaders before the first presidential debate.
Actress Jane Fonda Auctions Off Famous Personal Collection
Academy Award-winning actress Jane Fonda's infamous red and black leotard, along with nearly 700 other personal possessions, will be auctioned off by Julien's Auctions.
Stay-at-Home Moms Are Not Fulfilled, Author Says
Samantha Ettus, author of "The Pie Life," defends her belief that women should stay in the work force to lead a fulfilling life.
Authorities Question Bombing Suspect's Wife
We begin tonight with a major developments after bombs were left in New York City and New Jersey tonight the FBI now questioning someone else his wife. Right here tonight this new surveillance video showing the suspect walking down a New York street. Authorities say he was about to place those
Chilean Ex-Military Officer Living in US Found Liable for Folk Singer’s Torture, Murder
A former Chilean military officer, recently discovered living in Florida, has been found responsible for the torture and murder of famed Chilean folk singer Victor Jara more than 40 years ago. Pedro Barrientos Nunez stood accused of personally killing Jara in a game of “Russian roulette” in a
South Pole Workers Land Safely in Chile After Dangerous Rescue
Two sick U.S. workers have landed safely in Chile after a daring rescue from a South Pole research station, according to the National Science Foundation. The small aircraft tasked with the medical evacuation flight out of the National Science Foundation ’s Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station arrived
Sick Workers Rescued From Antarctica
The plane that evacuated two sick workers from the South Pole is now en route to a medical facility.
Chile's Soccer Prowess Could Indirectly Be Contributing to Country's Pollution Problem
Chile is dealing with an elevated level of air pollution and it may have something to do with the fact their country's soccer team was on fire at the Copa America on Saturday. Well, not literally, but the seven-to-nil win against Mexico may have inspired some Chilean soccer fans to celebrate the
Index: Anton Yelchin Killed in a Freak Accident
death of a rising star killed in a freak car accident. Anton yelchin, known for his roles as chekov in the remake of the "Star trek" films was found dead in his driveway in los Angeles. Police say he was hit by his own car after it rolled down an incline pinning him against a fence. His latest
A Journey to Remember: Regaining Memory After Trauma
ABC News' Gillian Mohney meets Angela Leigh Tucker, who suffered a traumatic brain injury and had to use her diaries to regain her memory.