Worker Burned Mouth Before Diner Drank Toxic Tea: Lawyer
Jan Harding unknowingly drank tea tainted with lye.
This Week in the Civil War
This Week in the Civil War
Bond Hearing Set for Accused Tulsa Officer
Veteran Tulsa police officer charged in fatal shooting of daughter's boyfriend asking for bond
'Haboob' Storm System Covers Palm Springs, California in Dust
The storm left drivers struggling to see the road.
6 Soldiers Hurt by Lightning Strike at Fort Drum
6 soldiers hurt when lightning hits Fort Drum range during training exercise; 2 hospitalized
National Guard to Withdraw From a Quieter Ferguson
National Guard to withdraw from a quieter Ferguson; night saw no unrest, few arrests
Parents Had Hoped to Negotiate With Foley Captors
Slain journalist's parents hoped threatening email from captors would lead to negotiations
Co-Defendant in Cannibal-Plot Case Wants Freedom
Now that ex-officer is free, co-defendant in NYC cannibal-plot case wants out of jail too
Woman Who Shot Grandson Likely Won't Face Charges
Officials: Florida woman who shot 7-year-old grandson likely won't face charges
Prosecutor: No Criminal Charges in Irene Aid Fraud
Connecticut won't pursue criminal charges against state workers, others in Irene aid fraud
5 Things to Know This Morning: Words of Wisdom
5 Things to Know This Morning
National Guard Withdraws From Ferguson
City returning to normal after days of violent protests.
A Different Look at Slain Ferguson Teen Michael Brown
Video from Michael Brown's high school graduation days before his controversial death.
Secretary of Defense: ISIS "Clearly Poses a Long-Term Threat"
U.S. launches more airstrikes into Iraq as Chuck Hagel warns the terrorist group will exchange more offenses.
US Ebola Patients Leave Hospital; Manhunt Underway for Foley's Executioner
As Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly leaves the hospital, the National Guard withdraws from Ferguson, and Bank of America...
Missouri Governor Orders National Guard to Leave Ferguson
Jay Nixon says they will coordinate with the state highway patrol to make a "systematic withdrawal" from the city.
US Launches Six More Airstrikes Against ISIS
Barrage targeted the Mosul Dam; British intelligence looks to identify who killed James Foley.
Day in Pictures: 8/21/14
Images from across the globe: Hiroshima Landslide Deaths Rise, Indian Protest Turns Violent, U.S. Ebola Patient Discharged,...
Back to School: Makeover Your Locker
8 affordable tips that will transform your locker from bare to beautiful.
American Ebola Patients Released From Hospital
Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol are going home after three weeks of treatment at Emory University Hospital.
This Is Burning Man
A 1997 "Nightline" report looks at the annual event held in Nevada's Black Rock Desert.
Nightline 8/21: With American Ebola Patients' Recovery Comes New Hope
Jessica Alba: 'Sin City' Character 'Opposite of Who I Am'; This Emotional Ice Bucket Challenge Video Gives Real ALS...
WN 8/21: Pete Rose Wants a Second Chance
Record $16.6 billion banking settlement; 'Shades of Grey' trailer sparks a real estate rally.
Neighbors From Hell
A look at when things go wrong at home and with your neighbors
20/20 08/15: "My Strange Affliction"
20/20 looks at the more peculiar afflictions that people are forced to endure.