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WH Confirms Death of Kayla Mueller; Record-Breaking Snowfall in Boston; Man Buys Vince Lombardi's Old Sweatshirt
White House confirms death of U.S. hostage Kayla Mueller; Boston at standstill after record-breaking snowfall; Man buys Vince Lombardi's old sweatshirt in thrift shop.
All Eyes On Alabama
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES ANALYSIS — ABC’s RICK KLEIN: Rainbow flags are prominent in the images now, ensuring that they look nothing like the familiar courthouse stills that are now staples in history books. But the echoes of defiance are unmistakable in Alabama, in...
Alabama Officials Defy Federal Ruling Legalizing Same -Sex Marriage
But right now the high stakes showdown over marriage equality in Alabama. Most counties in the state defying a federal judge's ruling legal identifying same-sex marriage refusing to issue marriage licenses. The state's supreme court chief justice is behind the order and Steve osunsami has that
Most Alabama Counties Defy Feds by Blocking Gay Marriage
At least 51 of 67 Alabama counties were not issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples today in defiance of a federal ruling to do so, according to an ABC News count. Among the Alabamans affected today were Bob Baker and Russell Wilson, who said their excitement turned to disappointment as they
The Decade in Three Minutes
From the introduction of the iPod to Barack Obama's election, relive the 2000s.
Casino proposal bets on Underground Atlanta
Underground Atlanta — a 12-acre retail and entertainment complex downtown — is like a phoenix, the mythical bird that symbolizes this city that rose from the ashes: Another incarnation is always rising. The latest proposal for this longtime, often troubled Atlanta landmark is the most ambitious:
Jesus vs. the ACLU
A small southern Louisiana town is the latest battleground for a classic First Amendment showdown over the separation of church and state, pitting a feisty judge with a painting of Christ in his courthouse against the nation's top civil liberties group. The American Civil Liberties Union sued Judge
Watch Out for Mixing Religion and Politics, Charlie Brown
'Peanuts' TV Specials Subtextually Explore Sectarian Strife, Religion and Politics
Halloween is just around the corner and with it of course the tradition. At the Charlie Brown special that was brought earlier this evening on ABC. It's now in its fifth decade. That this year the cartoon may hold some important lessons for politicians. ABC's senior national correspondent Jake
The Note: Talking Is Cheap
WASHINGTON, July 13 NEWS SUMMARY Here's your Wednesday Note check-list-slash-quiz. Quick Print it out, make your educated guesses, and see how you did as you settle in to watch "World News Tonight with Peter Jennings." CUT HERE At this morning's Cabinet meeting, President Bush will say what about