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James Mattis treated to display of Indonesian soldiers drinking snake blood
Secretary of Defense James Mattis watched as Indonesian Special Forces drank blood from snakes, walked on fire and broke concrete blocks with their heads in a spectacular display during his visit to Jakarta. The colorful demonstration of combat skills featured the soldiers performing a series of
Tonya Harding's transformation into a figure skater: Part 2
Tonya Harding says she "tried to be pretty" but was also interested in the pop culture of the time.
Korean baseball includes dance moves and booming cheers
The fans are spurred by cheerleaders to support their teams and create a sense of togetherness.
Oct. 11, 2002: Jimmy Carter wins the Nobel peace prize
Was a great day for Jimmy Carter. The former president heard early this morning that he had won the Nobel Peace Prize. Mr. Carter was president from 1977. To 1981 he is the least popular president in the period after World War II. In the mid 1990s. On the other hand he was occasionally introduced
Key takeaways from FBI director's congressional hearing
ABC News' Serena Marshall and MaryAlice Parks recap James Comey's testimony with Rep. Eric Swalwell.
'GMA' Lunch Break With Daphne Oz
"The Chew" co-host teaches "GMA" how to make a chicken rollatini dinner with kale-walnut pesto.
Obese People Outnumber Underweight People for First Time in Human History, Study Says
Obesity has been a growing problem in the U.S. for decades and increasingly its effect is being felt globally. A new study published by the Lancet Medical Journal finds that for the first time in human history, there are more obese people than underweight people in the world. The data -- which was
'After The View': Feb. 2, 2016
What women really want for valentine's day, are you hurting your kids with rules, and more hot topics!
Pope Francis Holds Final Mass on Philadelphia's Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Thousands gathered to pray with the pope one final time before the papal leader returns to Rome.