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Robin Roberts' Exclusive Interview at the 2016 Invictus Games with Prince Harry and First Lady Michelle Obama
Prince Harry and First Lady Michelle Obama discuss with ABC News the message behind the games and their goals for smashing stigmas about mental health and the invisible injury.
5 Stories You May Have Missed This Weekend
1. It's 'Possible' Hillary Clinton Could Be Better President than GOP Pick, Charles Koch Says It's a nightmare scenario for Republicans, but conservative billionaire Charles Koch says "it's possible" Hillary Clinton could make a better president than the remaining candidates in the GOP primary.
Royals William, Kate and Harry Announce New Mental Health Initiative
Prince William , Princess Kate and Prince Harry capped a busy week by launching a new joint initiative, The Heads Together Campaign to help tackle the stigma surrounding mental illness "Mental health is just as important as physical health," Kate says in a video announcing the new initiative . The
'Hunger Games' Stars Talk the End of an Era
Natalie Dormer and Sam Claflin sit down with ABC's Rachel Smith after the final installment took the top spot at the box office on opening weekend.
Surprise Boston winner Caroline Rotich is fit and ready for New York
Editor's note: This story originally appeared at Runnersworld.com . A month after she became the surprise winner of this year's Boston Marathon, Kenya's Caroline Rotich called her coach. She didn't want to discuss the day's workout or a hamstring niggle or strategy for an upcoming race. Instead,
Royal Baby Watch: Duchess Kate and Prince William Send Sweet Surprise to Fans Outside Hospital
A still-pregnant Duchess Kate and her husband, Prince William , sent boxes of treats to royal super fans waiting outside St. Mary’s Hospital -- but it could be what is on the outside of the boxes that matters. The two boxes of pastries and croissants were wrapped in pink ribbon, leading those
Royal Baby Watch, Marathon and Prince Harry's Return Have London Abuzz
Mothers know that delivering a baby can sometimes be a marathon and sometimes, if you’re lucky, a sprint. The world’s most famous expectant mother, Duchess Kate , may find herself literally in the midst of a marathon if she goes into labor with her second child Sunday. Kate, 33, and due any day
Royal Family Gathers as Baby Countdown Continues
As the due date approaches, William and Kate are back in London at Kensington Palace.