UVA women's basketball coach quits to fight for her daughter's adoption
Joanne Boyle, who led the University of Virginia women's basketball team, resigned in order to finalize the adoption of her 6-year-old daughter from Senegal.
Why this basketball coach gave up her job for her daughter
A coach has stepped down from her position as head of the University of Virginia women's basketball team to travel to Senegal with her young daughter to finalize her adoption.
'Bachelorette' forecast: Season 13 finale
I welcome to the finale of bachelorette forecast these Rachel give out her final rose last night lot or is it that you know it was a dramatic ending and Rachel in the and looked very happy. So a lot to talk about today that correct forecast you know we and forecasting what's going happy each and
Polish Kayaker Is Paddling Across the Atlantic for the Third Time
69-year-old Aleksander Doba left New York on Sunday in a kayak bound for Portugal.
New Concerns Over the Latest Zika Virus Case
ABC's Medical Editor Dan Childs has the latest on the Zika virus, including details on the dangers for pregnant women and what travelers can do to avoid getting sick.
Ashley Olsen's Final Steps in Italy
Alex Marquardt retraces the final night of the American woman who was found dead in Florence.
President Obama Addresses the United Nations
The president took on a confrontational tone in his speech this morning to the United Nations General Assembly, specifically calling out Russia, China and Iran for destabilizing activities in various world conflicts.
Yemen Crisis Deepening
The president and prime minister of Yemen resign amid pressure from a rebel group.
Boko Haram Spreads Terror in Africa
Extremist group kidnaps 80 people in neighboring Cameroon after seizing control of Northern Nigeria.
From High School Dropout to Billion-Dollar Biz
School might be a top priority to most people however some of the most famous household names from Mark Zuckerberg to Steve Jobs to Dean Kamen. Dropped out before graduating and there are countless stories of students. Who graduated and still cannot find a job which proves getting a degree is not