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Mark Consuelos Is Fine Not Being Friends With His Kids
Mark Consuelos penned a touching, yet candid essay on parenting for Men's Health and in it, he opens with what he's learned from raising three children with wife Kelly Ripa . "For better or worse, you always end up sounding like your dad. You never think it’s going to happen -- you’ll be different,
Today in Pictures : Nov. 21, 2011
Indian Muslim brides display henna designs on their hands as they pose for a photograph during a mass marriage for 41 couple in Ahmadabad, India, Nov. 20, 2011. (Ajit Solanki/AP Photo) The Malaysia team competes in the Syncronised Swimming Team Free Final on...
Billions in 'Blood Money' Fuel Bloodshed In Juarez, Mexico
'The Dead Are in Mexico': Mass Drug Violence and Corruption Along Mexican-American Border
Romney Stumps in Multi-Lingual BBQ
ABC News' Matt Stuart Reports: Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney made a visit to a BBQ for supporters in Miami today, reaching out in French, Spanish and English to the multi-lingual crowd. Romney's son Craig was the official host of...
Did Bush's Grandfather Steal Geronimo's Skull?
Apache Warrior's Great Grandson Wrote to the White House, Demanding Return of the Bones
Transcript: Hugo Chavez Interview
In his first American broadcast interview since the Rev. Pat Robertson called for his assassination last month, Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez told ABC News' Ted Koppel today that he has evidence of a United States plan to invade Venezuela. In New York for the U.N. Summit, Chavez discussed his
TODAY SCHEDULE AS OF 9:00 am (all times ET): 7:00 am: Ralph Nader appears on ABC's "Good Morning America" and NBC's "Today Show" 8:00 am: Nader is a guest on Pacifica Radio Network's "Democracy Now" 9:00 am: Sen. John Edwards holds a town hall at the headquarters of UNITE, New York, N.Y. 9:15
Moscow Sees Resurgence of 'Mickey Finn'
The flat, murky-colored brew that passed for beer in Soviet times is gone and in keeping with the spirit of glasnost, Moscow's many drinking establishments now offer a range of quality liquors, but sometimes a distinctly KGB flavor still lingers. While the Russian capital has been a lot more