Golden Gate Bridge News
The history of San Francisco's landmark Golden Gate Bridge as it turns 80
The time was May 1937. Franklin D. Roosevelt was president, after winning reelection to a second term. German air ship The Hindenburg had burst into flames over New Jersey, killing 35 people, and the Spanish Civil War was raging across the ocean. The number one song on the radio was "You Can't Take
Today in History
Today in History Today is Saturday, May 27, the 147th day of 2017. There are 218 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On May 27, 1937, the newly completed Golden Gate Bridge connecting San Francisco and Marin County, California, was opened to pedestrian traffic (vehicles began
The Golden Gate Bridge : By the numbers
Standing at 746 feet high, the 8,981-foot-long bridge consists of two main towers fixed in several tons of concrete on each end.
MLB player Mark Melancon discusses his daughter's battle with rare illness
ABC News' Michael Rothman talks to San Francisco Giants pitcher Mark Melancon about his daughters fight with phenylketonuria (PKU).
Pennsylvania voters, their children reflect on Trump's first 100 days
Several voters in this crucial battleground state talk about how they felt about the president's campaign promises before the election compared to how they feel about him today.
Hertz car rental faces lawsuit for allegedly deceitful 'toll service' fees
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Inauguration Day Protesters Clash in the Streets of DC
Protesters lined the parade route and in some spots things became hostile with violence and police confrontations.
The Seven Wonders of Instagram
The top seven most Instagrammed tourist attractions in the world were calculated with hashtags and check-ins.
Brad Snyder, who lost his sight while serving his country, conquers treacherous Alcatraz swim
One, two, three, four Brad Snyder managed to block out every next thought, every painful memory, every unwritten plan, and remain focused on the revolving numbers in his head. 24, 25, 26, 27 With every long, powerful stroke -- the thrusts he learned as a child growing up in Florida , polished as
More Officers to Patrol Golden Gate Bridge to Help Prevent Suicides
Five more bridge patrol officers will be assigned to San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge to help prevent suicide attempts. The bridge currently has 31 uniformed personnel, including 17 patrol officers. The decision to add five more patrol officers was made Friday in a unanimous vote by the Golden