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Kalief Browder's siblings on new docu-series, calling for justice reform
'Time: The Kalief Browder Story,' produced by the Weinstein Company and Jay-Z, attempts to further humanize the young man who spent years at Rikers without a conviction.
Asking D.C. residents, tourists what they are grateful for
"Nightline" co-anchor Byron Pitts traveled to Washington where he asking various people a simple questions and got a few surprising answers.
Immigration lawyer gives advice to DACA recipients
ABC News' Byron Pitts sits down with Cesar Vargas, an immigration lawyer who is also a DACA recipient, himself.
Trayvon Martin's parents describe taking on new roles as activists
Trayvon Martin, an unarmed African-American teen, was killed five years ago and his parents have stepped up to speak out against gun violence.
Hillary Clinton Arrives at Trump Inauguration
The Democrat who lost to Donald Trump in the presidential race arrived with former President Bill Clinton at the U.S. Capitol.
The New Glenn Beck: A Different Side of the Conservative Radio Talk King
Conservative radio talk show king Glenn Beck has been called by critics a clown, a bigot, a carnival barker and now -- a unifier? The commentator that most of America either loves or loathes, known for being combative and controversial, is now trying to become a moderate voice of reason, in the
Robert De Niro, Jerry Zaks on Doing 'A Bronx Tale' on Broadway in 2016
De Niro, who starred in the 90s movie about racial tensions in NYC in the 60s, co-directs the Broadway musical with Zaks.
Mother Who Lost Her Son Meets the People He Saved
Nancy Miller's son David made the decision to be an organ donor, which resulted in multiple lives being saved.
Index: Dramatic Robbery Takedown Caught on Camera in Venice, California
ABC News' Byron Pitts reports the stories people have been buzzing about all week.
How Did Election Polls Miss the Mark?
Nearly all polls reported a slight lead for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump.