Battering rams of the Arctic: icebreakers, explained
Icebreakers, like the one taking AP reporters and international researchers through the Northwest Passage, are the battering rams of far northern climes where thick surface ice forms at least part of the year, impeding and even stranding ships
Sail Along as the USS Bataan Arrives in New York Harbor for Fleet Week
Hey aerial and Rachel Scott here for eight. I'll be here on the USS baton. For fleet week for kicking up legally here with a parade of sense and I have would have been not to commanders from that. Marine currently that's thank you so much for joining us live streaming aren't ABC's news digital. I'm
How 'Back to the Future: Part II' Scored on 2015 Predictions
Great Scott! When Marty McFly was sent 30 years into the future as part of the plot in "Back to the Future Part II," he arrived in a time when where there were hoverboards zipping around, people wore self-lacing shoes and flying cars were the norm. The date? It was Oct. 21, 2015. Sure, there was a
'Back to the Future'-Style Hoverboard to Hit the Market?
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Army Looking at Futuristic Hover Bike Technology
From " Star Wars " to "Back to the Future Part II," hovercrafts have long been part of movie magic. But with a new military deal, the Hover Bike may be more than a Hollywood dream. In fact, ABC News has learned in an exclusive interview with Army Research Lab representatives that a full-scale
Dennis Hastert Indictment Details Emerging
ABC News Linzie Janis reports the latest news on the former House speaker and the afternoon's other top stories.
More Flooding Expected Across Southern Plains
ABC News' Rob Marciano tracks the latest weather news from across the country.
How Bedtimes Compare Across America
Jawbone's survey found city-dwellers get less sleep than those from suburban and rural areas.
Priest Sings For Brides Walking Down the Aisle
A Northern Ireland Priest sings "Hallelujah" for brides as they walk down the aisle.
Bubba masters Augusta again
AUGUSTA, Ga. -- In his life, Bubba Watson of Bagdad, Fla. (pop: 1,490), has purchased exactly one sport coat. It's pink. He's never worn it. He has two sport coats he didn't pay for. They're green. He likes wearing those a lot. He won his second one Sunday at the Masters, where, as usual, he spent