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Brad Mielke Predicts Heavy Hitting at VP Debate
ABC News' Brad Mielke and MaryAlice Parks talk about the vice presidential candidates' goals in the debate.
Doritos Teams Up With Rock the Vote
ABC News' Rachel Smith reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Democratic Delegates Protest Fracking
ABC News' MaryAlice Parks interview delegates from the floor of the Democratic National Convention.
Get Your Breakfast Fix All Day at NYC's Kellogg's Cafe
ABC News' Will Ganns checks out Times Square's new cereal cafe, which features dishes made by renowned pastry chef Christina Tosi.
'10% Happier': Mario Batali
The world renowned chef and restaurateur sat down with ABC News' Dan Harris to talk about his future food plans and his meditation practice.
President Obama Pardons Cheese the Turkey
Those lucky turkeys the lucky experts in the nation today and at Thanksgiving tradition about to get under way at the White House. And here's one of the two turkeys at the White House for the 67 annual national Thanksgiving Turkey presentation. A live picture where it's all about to happen. Most.
Another Celebrity Goes Home From 'Dancing With the Stars'
There are only five remaining contestants advancing to next week's semifinals.
Alleged Serial Killer Identified as Darren Deon Vann
A grisly discovery in Indiana on the bodies of seven women. Have been found and police say a possible serial killer. Is in custody today. For when I'm down Cutler in new York and a police department for innocent with the latest on the search and the efforts there let's go right to their news
Hebrew National Offers Hotdog Recipes for Every NFL Team
Test Text1 underline It's a time for "Pop news." We decorated the set like we're doing a segment on vegetarianism. Ron Claiborne wants us to start with the food. NFL season is upon us. Hebrew national has created 32 custom hot dogs inspired by every team the league. We have all of them. I have the
Richard Coolidge is a producer for ABC News, based in the Washington, D.C. bureau. Working his way up from the desk assistant ranks, Coolidge has been with the company for 25 years, 10 of which have been spent working for "World News Tonight" and "World News With Charles Gibson." In his current