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Breaking mold, some Russian youth speak out against Putin
Vladimir Putin's legacy depends not only on winning re-election Sunday but also on ensuring that today's first-time voters stay loyal to his vision
Despite cold, dark, Finland tops 2018 global happiness index
If cold weather and a lack of sunlight in winter are enough to get you down, chances are you're not Finnish. The World Happiness Report published Wednesday put Finland at the top among 156 countries ranked by happiness levels, based on factors such as life expectancy, social support and corruption.
Finland ranked world's happiest country
Finland has been declared the happiest country in the world in the latest United Nation rankings, beating out its Nordic neighbors to take the top spot. The United States, which has never broken the top ten, dropped four places from 14th to 18th place. Every year, the U.N. Sustainable Development
The Latest: 'Black Panther' star speaks at UN event
'Black Panther' star Danai Gurira says the hit movie is showing the world that women and men 'can work shoulder to shoulder' and their abilities 'are equally valued in a society'
5 things to know about the Iran protests
At least 21 people have died in six days of mass protests sweeping Iran , state media reported. Among them were nine protesters who died in clashes with authorities while trying to break into a police station in the town of Qahdarijan in central Isfahan province Monday night, Iranian state
Hollywood women unveil anti-harassment movement
Two of the Time's Up movement's founders, Nina Shaw and Tina Tchen, speak out on "GMA" about what they hope to accomplish for women across the country.
American Girl dolls available to borrow at libraries thanks to Girl Scout's savvy
A New York Girl Scout is giving hundreds of kids the chance to play with a childhood staple, the American Girl doll, by creating a lending program for the dolls at local libraries. Olivia Reduto, 14, of Edgemont, New York, spent the past year raising nearly $800 so she could purchase six American
'This Week' Transcript 11-26-17: Sen. Tim Scott and Adm. Mike Mullen
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT FOR "THIS WEEK" on November 26, 2017 and it will be updated. MARTHA RADDATZ , ABC NEWS: And I'm joined now by a Republican in congress, Senator Tim Scott . Good morning, senator. And Senator, let's take a look at what President Trump said about Roy Moore earlier this week.
Republican senator Tim Scott says Roy Moore should 'move on'
Republican Senator Tim Scott , R-S.C., said it's time for embattled GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore in Alabama to "move on." “It is pretty clear to me that the best thing that Roy Moore can do for the country is to move on," Scott told "This Week" co-anchor Martha Raddatz in an exclusive interview
Howard Schultz: Cutting the corporate tax rate would be 'a mistake'
Starbucks Executive Chairman Howard Schultz said lowering the U.S. corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 20 percent would “a mistake” without overhauling the entire tax system. “You can’t have a corporate tax cut without having a transformation in complete tax reform. And if there’s going to be a