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Hulk Hogan reflects on Gawker lawsuit
The professional wrestler won his suit against Gawker for its posting a clip from a secretly-recorded sex tape.
Tenn. woman arrested for her own mother's murder: Part 2
Noura Jackson's father Nazmi Hassanieh was killed in 2004, though his murder has never been solved.
Illicit-photo scandal touches other military branches besides Marines: report
In the wake of recent allegations that members of the U.S. Marine Corps shared illicit photos of female colleagues without their consent, a new report by Business Insider contains allegations that members of other military branches also engaged in the practice. "Hundreds of nude photos from every
Alleged victim of Marine Corps nude photo scandal speaks out
In the wake of recent allegations that some Marines shared explicit images of women in a private Facebook group, one of the alleged victims spoke to ABC News to express her dismay at the invasion of privacy and relief that the matter has now come to light. "I felt like my privacy had been taken
B1G tournament questions for the Big Ten
It's a fascinating tale, really. A college basketball tale. Minnesota represents the speed at which an irrelevant team can pick up a few transfers (former Illinois State star Reggie Lynch averages 8.4 PPG, 5.8 RPG, 3.0 BPG) and a mature freshman ( Amir Coffey is second on the team with 11.9 PPG)
Donald Trump Attacks Clinton Over Emails, Melania Trump Addresses Bully Culture
Melania Trump delivered a speech to appeal to female voters and said if her husband is elected she will work to stop online bullying on social media.
Hulk Hogan Settles With Gawker for $31 Million
Hulk Hogan will settle all of his litigation with Gawker Media for $31 million with the possibility of more, ABC News has confirmed. Settlement documents filed at a New York federal bankruptcy court stipulate that Hogan, whose given name is Terry Bollea, will get $31 million plus share with other
Tech Titan Peter Thiel Explains Support for Donald Trump Amid Controversy
Controversial tech investor Peter Thiel doubled down on and explained his support for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign today at an event in Washington, D.C., saying that the Republican nominee’s ideas and support will not dissipate even if he loses the election. Thiel, a billionaire
2nd Presidential Debate Fact Check
ABC News' Jon Karl analyzes the true and not true statements made by Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in the second presidential debate.
The 2nd Presidential Debate
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump sparred at Washington University in St. Louis.