Tony Stewart Will Return to Competition This Weekend
NASCAR driver will make first appearance since fatal crash.
In First, Memorial Will Be Open on Night of 9/11
In first for 9/11 anniversary, memorial plaza at ground zero will be open to public that night
Today in History
Today in History
Crested Butte OKs Bud Light 'Whatever' Promotion
Crested Butte agrees to become Bud Light's fictional 'Whatever' town, for a price
Military Pilot Was Killed in Virginia F-15 Crash
Military officials in Massachusetts say pilot died in F-15 jet crash in Virginia mountains
Plane Stowaway Arrested in Phoenix Says She's Ill
She blames her repeated attempts on "whistleblower trauma syndrome."
10 Things to Know for Friday
10 Things to Know for Friday
Correction: Pediatric Nurse-Molestation Story
Correction: Pediatric Nurse-Molestation story
Texas Man Gets 20 Years in Synthetic Drug Deaths
Last of 15 defendants sentenced to 20 years in nationwide synthetic drug case
California Legislature Passes 'Yes Means Yes' Bill
California Legislature passes bill changing consent mandate for college rape investigations
APNewsBreak: Buffett Heir Buys Rosa Parks Archive
APNewsBreak: Rosa Parks' long-unseen archives bought by Warren Buffett heir's foundation
Hillary Clinton Breaks Her Silences on Ferguson Shooting
Former secretary of state discusses shooting where teen was shot and killed by a police officer.
Russia Sends Troops Into Ukraine; Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Finally Married
As 'Russian invasion' of Ukraine prompts UN emergency meeting, Obama addresses U.S. strategy to combat ISIS, and Hillary...
Day in Pictures: 8/28/14
Images from across the globe: 43 U.N. Peacekeepers Detained in Golan Heights, Ebola Heartache in Liberia, Cali Pounded by...
Pres. Obama: 'We Don't Have a Strategy Yet' to Fight ISIS
U.S. president admits that his administration does not have a strategy in combating militant Islamic group.
President Obama: 'No Doubt' Russia Causing Violence in Ukraine
U.S. president says Russia is “more isolated” than at any time since the end of the Cold War.
Another Day of Huge Waves Along the California Coast
Tropical Storm Marie has produced waves up to 20 feet tall.
Are Some Guns Too Powerful for Children to Shoot?
ABC News' Clayton Sandell tests a gun similar to one used in fatal shooting at Arizona gun range.
Mother Pleads With ISIS for Son's Release; Monster Waves Hit California Coast
As a mother issues an emotional plea for ISIS to release her son, a F-15 fighter jet crashes in Virginia, and Chicago...
Watch a California Crowd Get Soaked by a Massive Wave
Beach-goers are unexpectedly drenched while watching waves produced by Hurricane Marie.
School's Mistake Cost Student a Full Ride to Stanford
Lincoln To, 17, lost out on a scholarship to Stanford University when his high school failed to send transcripts before the...
GMA 8/28: Cyberattack Breaches JPMorgan Chase's Security
A Mother's Plea to Terrorist Leader for Mercy; Russia Sends Troops Into Ukraine
Nightline 8/27: Kids and Guns: How Young Is Too Young to Learn How to Shoot?
Inside Liberian Ebola Ward with Burial Team; Monster Waves in Cali Brings Out Gawkers, Rescuers
WN 8/27: Diane Sawyer on Anchoring World News
Head of CDC visits Liberia to assess the growing threat of Ebola; hurricanes Marie and Cristobal whip up dangerous surf.
2020 8/26: You Don't Want to Fly on a Plane With These Passengers
The Dark Side of Checking in Baggage Before a Flight; Authorities Discover Boy's Hotel Room Killer
This Week 8/24: What's Next in the Battle With ISIS?
Guests: Gen. John Allen, Michael McCaul, David Plouffe, Bill Kristol, Donna Edwards, Peggy Noonan