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City of Delphi, Indiana, left heartbroken and rattled by murders of 2 teenage girls
The rural city of Delphi, Indiana, has been rocked by the unsolved murders of two teenage girls, whose bodies were found a day after they disappeared on a nature trail near the city. Liberty German, 14, and Abigail Williams, 13, were first reported missing by their families on Feb. 13 after they
Harlem Walking Tour Celebrates Black History Month
ABC News' Nicole Phillip explores the history of Harlem and famous landmarks.
Cleveland on the Rise: Look Back on the City's Comeback Before RNC
Tens of thousands of people are expected to head to Cleveland for the second time this summer, with the Ohio city having something of a renaissance. The NBA victory of the Cleveland Cavaliers drew fans in June, and the Republican National Convention is expected to draw voters from across the
Celebrate Women's History Month by Visiting These New York Destinations
If you're looking to celebrate Women's History Month by traveling, New York is your go-to state. From destinations in Manhattan to Seneca Falls, which is known as the birthplace of the Women's Rights Movement, the state of New York offers many places to learn more about the movement and reflect on
Robin Roberts Receives Bone Marrow Transplant
this was a day of hope and light and courage and medical wonder for all of us who love our robin roberts. Which means all of us. This morning, she received her bone marrow transplant and as some friends gathered, she said to us, once again, that she knows that all of you at home are watching and
Dec. 1, 1831: Temp Drop Forces Erie Canal to Close
was surprising fact about staying in history brought you by the makers of Alka-Seltzer plus did you know one misty and 1831. Temperatures dropped so low that. Erie Canal was closed and Steve closed for an entire month it was the coldest December on record in the northeast for more Com slash world.
Harden Furniture: Five Generations of Pieces Made in America
The Harden family settled in New York State to work on the construction of the Erie Canal, and began making furniture as a small business in 1844. Watch "World News with Diane Sawyer" for more on this story tonight on ABC. When the nationwide call went out in the 1940s for businesses to contribute
High-Speed Rail Critics Question President Obama's $53 Billion Plan
Critics Pooh-Pooh Choo-Choo, Question Financial Reward of Extensive Rail Network
RECIPE: Gingerbread From Award-Winning Bakery
The Gingersnap Bakery in Phoenix, N.Y., Is Sharing Their Secrets for Success
Author urges government to take on projects vital to U.S.
With the American economy in a recession, Democrats say spend; Republicans say cut taxes and let the market do its thing. What to do? History tells us that Democrats are thinking along the right lines, writes Felix Rohatyn in Bold Endeavors: How Our Government Built America, and Why It Must Rebuild