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DA who dropped Weinstein case rethinking campaign donations
The Manhattan district attorney who declined to charge Harvey Weinstein in a 2015 sexual abuse case says he has stopped taking campaign donations pending a review by an outside ethics group
Woman sifts through embers of burned-down home in search of wedding ring
Kris Pond was visibly distraught as she spent hours sifting through the ash and debris where her home once stood, looking for her wedding ring.
Ballot measure would strip pensions from corrupt lawmakers
New York state voters will soon decide whether to allow judges to strip the pensions of corrupt officials
San Diego Zoo ambassador on how it is trying to prevent wildlife trafficking
ABC News' Olivia Smith interviews Rick Schwartz, the global ambassador for the zoo.
Ordering hot food from Amazon
The retail giant will soon be delivering food from a variety of restaurants.
Darryl McDaniels discusses his new music, his DMC comic book legacy and how he overcame suicidal thoughts
DMC's Darryl McDaniels discusses his memoir "Ten Ways Not to Commit Suicide," music and love of comic books.
May 5, 1961: Alan Shepard becomes the first U.S. astronaut in space
Okay could go back. The oh about. The. Was the wife of astronaut Alan America's first man in space I'm bill Fidel with a special report on project Mercury. In a span of fifteen minutes today Alan Shepard became a national hero and the country's faltering prestige received very strong booster shot.
Federal government to lift full hiring freeze, replace with tailored stoppage
The temporary, across-the-board federal hiring freeze that President Donald Trump ordered in one of his first executive actions as chief executive will end Wednesday and be replaced with a more narrow halt on new government employment. Mick Mulvaney , the director of the Office of Management and
Jane Fonda selling merchandise featuring her famous mug shot
ABC News' Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Donald Trump Releases Medical Information on Dr. Oz Show
As Hillary Clinton is at home sidelined with pneumonia, both candidates try to make the case they are fit to serve as President of the United States.