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'GMA' 'Workout Wednesday' With Emily Abbate
SELF's Fitness Editor Emily Abbate leads an Olympics-inspired circuit workout for "Good Morning America."
16 Feared Dead in Texas After Hot Air Balloon Hits Power Line, Catches Fire
At least 16 people are feared dead after a large hot air balloon struck a high-voltage power line, caught fire and crashed in a pasture near Lockhart, Texas, this morning, according to Texas authorities and the Federal Aviation Administration . The Caldwell County Sheriff's Office received a 911
Texas Governor Burned in Accident, Could Miss GOP Convention
Republican Gov. Greg Abbott of Texas sustained extensive second- and third-degree burns on both legs below the knees.
With Nation on Edge, Officials' Comments Range From Appeals for Tolerance to Placing Blame
In the wake of a week of violence that has left the nation on edge, public officials across the political spectrum are making comments about race and policing that range from appeals for tolerance to placing blame. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich ’s remarks, for example, stand out for how
Dallas Ambush Shooting by Lone Gunman Was 'Well-Planned' and 'Thought Out,' Police Say
The ambush that left five Dallas law enforcement officers dead and seven more injured was "a well-planned, well-thought-out, evil tragedy" by a lone suspected gunman -- a former Army reservist -- who wrote manifestos on how to shoot and move, according to the mayor and police chief of Dallas. "We
How the Supreme Court Ruling Will Impact Abortion Laws in the US
The Supreme Court on Monday struck down the Texas law that imposed strict new requirements on abortion clinics in the state. The 5-3 decision in the case of Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt will likely have sweeping implications for abortion regulations throughout the United States. What
Supreme Court Strikes Down Texas Abortion Limits
The Supreme Court today struck down a Texas law that imposed significant restrictions on abortion clinics — a major victory for abortion rights activists and a blow to the campaign to limit the procedures. In a 5-to-3 decision, the justices struck down a law that set strict regulations governing
'After The View': June 14, 2016
Do the co-hosts opinions impact voters, should you love your spouse more than your kids, and more on "After The View."
More Rain on the Way for Flood-Ravaged Texas; Brazos River Reaches Historic Crest
Torrential rainfall continues to overwhelm rivers in Texas, and a slow-moving storm system will add even more water to flood-ravaged towns through the weekend. In the past 60 days, about three feet of rain has fallen in eastern Texas, even closing down parts of Interstate 35 near San Pedro after