Feb. 1, 2003: Space shuttle Columbia disaster
The space shuttle broke apart as it reentered the Earth's atmosphere, killing all seven crew members.
Jan. 28, 1986: Space shuttle Challenger disaster
Just 73 seconds into liftoff, the NASA space shuttle exploded, killing all seven crew members.
What food should be America's national treasure?
Some French politicians are pushing for baguettes to be designated as a national treasure.
July 26, 1982: Dolly Parton on her image
Parton delves into her childhood, and how her dreams back then influenced her looks and confidence as an adult.
Apple under investigation in France
French authorities have opened an investigation into Apple Inc. over revelations it secretly slowed down older versions of its iPhones.
Taraji P. Henson says she is 'really proud' of upcoming film 'Proud Mary'
The actress and executive producer told "GMA" she is happy to see an African-American woman starring in a role like this.
'The Briefing Room': Bannon bombshell, Congress' 2018 to-do list and more
Steamboat you the president called for critics to be fired from their jobs I don't think it's necessarily critics. Over the certainly happy for people it had different opinions here but there's a difference between different opinions and different facts. And people are entitled to an opinion but
April 17, 2003: The children of Waco
ABC's "Primetime" speaks to the children that survived the Branch Davidians' Waco compound fire that took place in 1993.
Feb. 7, 1984: 1st human free-floats on a shuttle spacewalk
Using a jet pack in space, astronaut Bruce McCandless II said, “It’s a heck of a big leap for me.”
Weekend Rewind: raging southern California fire
Take a look at this weekend's top headlines including the fire fight in Southern California, skier Lindsey Vonn's comeback, and "Omarosa" on Saturday Night Live.