WikiLeaks: CIA hacked Apple devices in ways users can't fix
New documents from WikiLeaks point to an apparent CIA program to hack Apple's iPhones and Mac computers in ways users couldn't disable by resetting their devices
GMA' Lunch Break visits Vandal in New York City
ABC News' Mara Schiavocampo and Vandal chef Jonathan Kavourakis cook dishes from Vandal's menu on the "GMA" Lunch Break live stream.
Survival Tips: How To Survive Cold Temperatures
ABC News' Matt Gutman talks with an expert on how to stay alive in freezing temperatures.
John Wall: 'I really thought I was gonna die'
JOHN WALL LOOKS down to discover that the nice, safe carpeted floor beneath him has disappeared. Impossibly, he is suddenly swaying on a wooden plank, the width of a diving board, 30 feet above a rusty pit. His heart races. Just the slightest wobble could be fatal. Safety is merely 8 feet in front
Apple Unveils New Line of Sleeker, Pricier Laptops
New features include a touch bar that can assist with precision controls for creative apps.
Apple Unveils Long-Awaited Updates to MacBook
The breakout feature is, as widely speculated, a new touch-sensitive panel on the MacBook Pro, Apple's top-of-the-line laptop.
Apple Unveils New MacBook Pro With Touch Bar
Apple has unveiled the details of the new MacBook Pro, which the company is calling the "thinnest and lightest" design for the laptop ever. The feature on the new MacBook Pro that's generating the most buzz is an interface that replaces the traditional row of function keys. Called the Touch Bar, it
Apple Expected to Release 3 New MacBook Pro Laptops
The MacBook Pro will finally get an update and usher in a number of major changes.
Samsung Faces Class Action Lawsuit Over Note7 Smartphones
Owners are seeking damages for having to pay charges on contract after being told to power down their phones while waiting for a replacement.
Inside the Star Trek Mission New York Convention
ABC News' Michael Rothman takes us inside the special Star Trek event celebrating this show's 50th anniversary.