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Elizabeth Vargas' Biography
As an award-winning ABC News anchor, Elizabeth Vargas has traveled the world covering breaking news stories, reporting in-depth investigations, and conducting newsmaker interviews. She is currently the co-anchor of “ 20/20 ” with David Muir. Vargas is also the author of “Between Breaths: A Memoir
Democratic National Conventions: Past and Present
ABC News' Brad Mielke and Ann Compton tell us what to expect on the final night of the DNC and look back at past conventions.
5 Familiar Names (and Faces) You'll Recognize in 'Confirmation'
While there are a bevy of familiar television stars in HBO's upcoming movie "Confirmation," one of the most startling revelations is the sheer number of familiar names among the characters. The drama portrays the confirmation hearing process for Clarence Thomas and the sexual harassment allegations
Nancy Reagan Laid to Rest Beside Her Late Husband
Former first Lady Nancy Reagan was laid to rest today beside her beloved husband "Ronnie" during a funeral service where friends and family recalled her the deep love that she and the former president shared. The front row was filled with famed politicians, including four of the five living first
Nancy Reagan Laid to Rest
The former first lady was memorialized during a funeral service before being laid to rest near her beloved husband.
Nancy Reagan's Funeral
The former first lady was laid to rest alongside her husband, President Ronald Reagan.
Van Jones: 'Ben Carson Bewilders, I Think, Most Black Democrats'
The Powerhouse Roundtable discusses the winners and losers of the CNBC GOP Debate.
Hugh Hewitt: Paul Ryan Could be 'Tremendous' as House Speaker
This week we asked conservative radio show host Hugh Hewitt, who participated in the CNN GOP debate , a few questions about the 2016 race for president, newly elected GOP House Speaker Paul Ryan and the controversy over the Republican debate . Hewitt will join the "This Week" roundtable Sunday. 1.
The rise of Dial Sports and pre-Internet American sports betting
The evolution of American sports betting prior to the Internet can be traced back to a garage office in the suburbs of Philadelphia. At its peak, in the early 1980s, Mickey Charles' garage was receiving 20 million phone calls a month and generating millions of dollars in revenue. The calls, costing