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Celebrity Guests Become the Hosts When 'GMA' Turns the Table
See Anthony Anderson, Sofia Vergara and Kerry Washington interview "GMA" anchors.
News Outlet Twitter Hacks Falsely Report Military Conflict With China
It’s the second high-profile Twitter hack this week and precisely the type of incident that officials fear could lead to actual military and financial miscalculations, with potentially devastating effects. The Twitter accounts of the New York Post and United Press International (UPI) were hacked
Pentagon Proposes Cutting the Army to Pre-WWII Level
WASHINGTON — Faced with tight budgets at the end of two lengthy wars the Pentagon is proposing cuts that could reduce the Army to its lowest level since just before the U.S. entered World War II. Budget proposals unveiled Monday by Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel...
Defense Secretary Announces Steep Cuts to US Military
Chuck Hagel outlines proposal to close ranks to make the Army the smallest since before WWII.
The Note's Must-Reads for Friday, February 7, 2014
The Note’s Must-Reads are a round-up of today’s political headlines and stories from ABC News and the top U.S. newspapers. Posted Monday through Friday right here at www.abcnews.com Compiled by ABC News’ Jayce Henderson and Janine Elliot FOREIGN AFFAIRS / OLYMPICS ABC News’ Mary Bruce: “Obama...
Obama Announces Big Change to 'Fumbled' Health Care Plan
President says Americans with cancelled health plans can now keep them for one year.
Red Cross: Philippines Relief Fund Tops $11 Million
The Red Cross has collected $11 million in donations and pledges to aid the relief effort in the Philippines, the organization told ABC News on Thursday. And it’s not done. The Red Cross has teamed with Facebook to make donating even easier. Log in, and...
Navy Pilot Surprises Mom at Chicago Bulls Game
If you think standing on the Chicago Bulls’ home court during an NBA basketball game is nerve-wracking enough, imagine doing so while wearing a blindfold and being led by the team’s mascot, “Benny the Bull.” Then imagine taking off your blindfold to see your son,...
Half the Surface of the World
Canadian photographer Greg Girard has lived and worked in Asia since 1976. He first visited Hong Kong in 1974 and was drawn back as an adult, living in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Shanghai. He’s worked on assignment for publications such as National Geographic, The New...
Seoul Searching: Germans Give Pep Talks on Korean Unification
The border between North and South Korea is the last battlefield of the Cold War. Currently, a delegate of veteran German politicians -- from the former east and west -- are advising the government in Seoul on how the country might reunify if the opportunity arises in the future. Some see a door