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Star Wars Force for Change celebrates 40 years of 'Star Wars'
ABC News' Jesse Palmer shares the details on a new "Star Wars" collaboration with Omaze that benefits UNICEF and the Starlight Children's Foundation.
National Museum of African American History and Culture: What to know
More than a million visitors have gone to the new National Museum of African American History and Culture since it opened in September in Washington, D.C. And those who go apparently find a lot to see in what is the 19th museum of the Smithsonian Institution. Visitors spend on average six hours or
Highlights From the Grand Opening of the Smithsonian's African American Museum of History and Culture
movie, dance are selling the new mew seal of African-American music, history and culture part of a specialty Kennedy center airing tonight on ABC and got an exclusive backstage access. One, two, three, four. Reporter: A star-studded night, the president and first lady in attendance. We pay homage
Flying Through the 2016 Election Cycle in an F-16 Fighter Jet
As the 2016 Election Cycle comes to an end, ABC News' Michael Koenigs took flight in an F-16 fighter jet with Captain Jeff "Split" Witt of the Alabama Air National Guard.
A Look Inside the National Museum of African American History and Culture
ABC News' Serena Marshall takes us inside the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
NBA Legend Bill Walton's Career Advice: 'You Cannot Finish Unless You Start'
Former NBA superstar and ESPN analyst Bill Walton joined “Good Morning America” to talk about his new memoir, "Back From the Dead: Searching for the Sound, Shining the Light, and Throwing it Down." He opened up to ABC News’ Robin Roberts about how he came back from a catastrophic spinal injury, how
'GMA' 40th Anniversary: Robin Roberts' Favorite 'GMA' Moment'
Roberts is reunited with the Poulter family, whom she first met on "GMA" after the earthquake that devastated Haiti in 2010.
A Soldier's Mission to Honor Segregated 65th Regiment 'Borinqueneers'
WASHINGTON – Retired Army Capt. Frank Medina first heard about the segregated 65th Infantry Regiment as a child from his Korean War veteran grandfather, who talked about the discrimination he and his fellow Puerto Rican “Borinqueneers’” faced in the U.S. military. “I remember his stories and...
Robin Roberts on Continuing Treatment
Part 6: The "Good Morning America" anchor tells Barbara Walters why she shared her journey with viewers.
Barbara Walters' 'Most Fascinating People' for 2013
Tonight Barbara Walters presents special events. So you know we came here was one of the most fascinating people Harris why do you think people fascinated by. Why do people find just a fascinating I have absolutely no idea you. And I understand why health no but I but I'm hoping this kind of an