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Meet the Man Who Bought the Popemobile for $300K to Benefit Those in Need
No, this isn't an April Fools' Day joke. A used Fiat 500 Lounge Hatchback, once occupied by Pope Francis himself during his visit to the United States, just sold for $300,000. The Fiat in question has a starting price of $24,695. The new owner, Jewish businessman and philanthropist Miles Nadal,
Everything You May Have Missed About Pope Francis in NYC
The pontiff's visit to New York City drew massive crowds and led to unprecedented security measures.
Pope Francis Talks About 'Palpable' Grief At 9/11 Memorial
Pope Francis has arrived at the site of the Sept. 11 terror attacks for what is slated as a "multi-religious gathering." He is far from the only religious leader present, as Cardinal Timothy Dolan is going to introduce the pontiff, but there are also Jewish, Muslim, Sikh and other leaders involved
The Note: The Muslim Question
NOTABLES --BEN CARSON SETS OFF A FIRESTORM: Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said yesterday he would not support a Muslim to be “in charge of this nation.” The retired neurosurgeon also said Islam, as a religion, was inconsistent with the Constitution, ABC’s BEN CANDEA and CORINNE
Michael Douglas Describes His Son's Brush With Anti-Semitism
Recently, when Michael Douglas's teenage son, Dylan, began going to Hebrew school and studying for his bar mitzvah, the actor was able to reconnect with Judaism. Around the same time, Douglas, whose father is Jewish, was also forced to revisit his experiences with anti-Semitism, when Dylan was
Cardinal Timothy Dolan : 'This Synod Was Not to Make Any Decisions'
Archbishop of New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan said today that the new report regarding family life out from the Catholic Church this weekend does not signify a monumental change in doctrine or teaching. The much-debated document, which included language regarding the church’s stance towards...
Revolution in the Catholic Church? Cardinal Dolan Says Wait a Year
George Stephanopoulos goes one-on-one with Cardinal Timothy Dolan from Rome about the Catholic Church's meeting of bishops this week and their new report on homosexuality and divorce.
'This Week' Transcript: NIAID Director Anthony Fauci
Below is the rush transcript of "This Week" on October 19th, 2014. It may contain errors. ANNOUNCER: ABC's This Week, this morning, Ebola in America: the two nurses still in treatment, how did they get sick? Who else is at risk? And why were so many mistakes made? The travel ban on Ebola countries:
Sunday on ‘This Week’: Ebola in America
This Sunday, George Stephanopoulos speaks with Dr. Anthony Fauci , Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins , on the latest efforts to contain and treat the spread of Ebola in the United States. And we go one-on-one with Archbishop
'This Week': From Pope to Saint
ABC News' Terry Moran on the joint canonization of two popes at the Vatican.