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10% Happier: George Stephanopoulos
Dan Harris talks with ABC News' chief anchor about his meditation practice and President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration.
Official: Puerto Rico Govt Could Collapse If No Steps Taken
The administration of Puerto Rico's new governor warns that the government of the U.S. territory could shut down if dramatic measures to offset its financial crisis aren't taken soon
Venezuela's President: Trump Won't Be Worse Than Obama
President-elect Donald Trump is receiving a backhanded compliment from the United States' arch nemesis in Latin America
Russia Sanctions Explained: A Look at the Measures Donald Trump Could Roll Back
President-elect Donald Trump floated the idea over the weekend of a new negotiation with Russia that would involve rolling back President Obama's crippling economic sanctions against Russia in exchange for its enhanced reduction of nuclear arms. "They have sanctions on Russia -- let’s see if we can
Venezuela Slams Obama Declaration of 'National Emergency'
Venezuela's government is slamming the Obama administration's decision to extend for a second year an executive order declaring a national emergency in the crisis-wracked South American nation
George Takei Starts Petition to 'Stand Up For Muslims'
ABC News' David Wright met up with the former 'Star Trek' actor to discuss his childhood in a Japanese internment camp and his concerns for Muslim Americans today.
Obama Ends US Economic Embargo of Long-Estranged Sudan
President Barack Obama announces the end of a U.S. economic embargo on Sudan
West Virginia Faces Questions About Its Own Rich Politician
Jim Justice, the billionaire coal baron soon stepping into the governor's mansion in West Virginia, is handing his business empire over to family members as he prepares to take office
Winter Storm to Bring Crippling Ice, Rainfall to Central US
A winter storm that brought heavy snow and rainfall to northern California is bearing down on the southern Plains