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Claire Smith enters Hall of Fame: 'Shine the light where it needs to be shone'
Claire Smith was presented the J.G. Taylor Spink Award, the top honor for a baseball writer, during Hall of Fame Weekend in Cooperstown.?Smith was the first full-time female reporter to cover a Major League Baseball beat?as well as the first African-American woman and is currently a coordinating
The Lumineers perform 'Angela' live from Central Park
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City bus crashes into warehouse in Detroit
To the "Index" of other news tonight. The city bus crashing through a war warehouse in Detroit. Several passengers hurt. The deadly police chase in Tulsa. The driver of a stolen truck police on that chase. The suspect getting close to two commercial planes. Crashing through a fence to get back on
National Guardsman meets his baby daughter for the first time after his deployment
Sgt. Scott Cartwright, a National Guardsman, returned home from deployment Monday to a very special greeting: meeting his baby daughter for the very first time. Little Jacqueline Eloise was born almost three months after Scott left to serve in the 121st Refueling Wing in Kuwait . His wife,
National Guardsman meets daughter for the 1st time
Sgt. Scott Cartwright met his 4-month-old girl, Jacqueline Eloise, for the first time on Monday at the John Glenn International Airport in Columbus, Ohio.
MIT business school graduate indicted on terror charges
Bomb scare on a United Airlines flight; former astronaut and Sen. John Glenn laid to rest.
Mandy Moore on almost giving up acting, finally getting back to music
The star of "This Is Us" and "Tangled" thought about going back to school or trying something else after three failed TV pilots.
Flu season may pose risk to children
Parenting expert Denise Albert reports on some ideas to help care for children who are home sick from school.
Katherine Johnson, real-life subject of 'Hidden Figures' receives standing ovation at Oscars
Katherine Johnson, one of the NASA research mathematicians portrayed in the Oscar-nominated film "Hidden Figures," received a standing ovation at the Academy Awards on Sunday. Johnson , portrayed in the movie by Taraji P. Henson, worked for NASA as a research mathematician for more than 30 years,
'I'm honored': Janelle Monae on playing NASA's first black woman engineer in 'Hidden Figures'
Actress Janelle Monae is appearing in two best picture Oscar nominees , including the biographical drama "Hidden Figures." Monae stopped by "Good Morning America" to share what it means portraying Mary Jackson, the first black woman to be an engineer at NASA in the 1950s. For her to become a NASA