Earth Hour News
Two CEOs are helping the environment one bottle of wine at a time
ABC News' Kenneth Moton speaks to the CEOs of Proud Pour, who produce sustainably grown, vegan wines.
What is Earth Hour ?
The global initiative started in 2007 in Sydney, Australia, to raise awareness for climate change action.
Snapchat IPO debuts with high expectations
ABC News' Rebecca Jarvis is on the floor of the NYSE as Snap Inc. rings the opening bell.
'Bachelor' Forecast: Who will win the hometown date?
ABC News' Meteorologist Mel and Emily Shapiro recap the drama on the last "Bachelor" episode and make predictions for the upcoming hometown date.
Search Continues for Teen Boaters Missing off Florida's Coast, President Obama Makes Historic A Visit To Ethiopia, Wildfires Rage In California
Bobbi Kristina dead At 22, U.S. and Turkey plan for "safe zone" along Turkey-Syria border
Saudi Women Drivers and 4 Other Stories You'll Care About Next Week
By JON WILLIAMS Saudi Arabia is not exactly known for People Power. Activists intend to use President Obama’s visit to Riyadh to focus the world’s attention on the desert kingdom. Women in Saudi Arabia will defy their nation’s de facto ban on them driving by getting...
James Cameron Describes Mariana Trench After Pacific Dive
'Titanic' Director Dives 7 Miles Beneath Ocean, Deeper than Everest is High
Young Girl Has Body of Senior Citizen
Lindsay suffers from progeria, a condition that makes her body age rapidly.
Earth Hour Around the World
Well I guess you think this unplugged millions of people and thousands of cities with a hundred countries around the world in the dark for an hour on Saturday an hour. They did it for the intentionally intentionally they admitted for the third annual earth hour and Todd Connor tells us why. Earth
Turn Off Your Lights, Save the Earth
We are delayed something very special tomorrow night at 830 local time around the world something that. You can take part in just by flipping a light switch it's called earth hour and last year nearly a billion people and 87 countries seven continents turned off their lights to make a statement