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5 Things to Know This Morning: 'Scandal' Shock
5 Things to Know This Morning
Ludlow Massacre Spurred New Deal Labor Reforms
Ludlow massacre spurred New Deal labor reforms; 100 years later, union legacy has diminished
This Week in the Civil War
This Week in the Civil War
Atlanta Residents Object to Planned Priests' Home
In latest controversy involving Archdiocese of Atlanta, residents object to home for priests
Deputies: Man Smothered Crying Son Over Video Game
Florida man smothered his crying toddler so he could play Xbox games, watch TV deputies say
US Senator: Metro-North Fined $552,000 Past Decade
US senator: Metro-North hit with $552,000 in safety violation fines over past decade
Views Differ of Imam Accused in US Terrorism Case
2 views: Prosecutors say imam was terrorist, but defense says he offered 'views, not acts'
10 Things to Know for Today
10 Things to Know for Today
Quotations in the News
Quotations in the News
Remembering an Officer Slain After Bombs Went Off
A short but well-lived life: Family remembers police officer killed days after Boston bombings
Today in History
Today in History
Videos
California Bus Crash: Authorities Stage Re-enactment of Accident
Former Chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board, Jim Hall, explains the next steps in the investigation.
President Obama on 'Obamacare': 8 Million Americans Insured
The president explained that health care spending is rising slower than it has in the past 50 years.
Made in 'The Shade' of America
Meet America's Last umbrella man, Barnett Brickner
Mom Drove Into River Trying to Kill 3 Kids, Police Say
Joann Smith, 49, purposely drove her minivan into the Delaware River according to authorities.
Knockdowns and Friendships in All Female Military Roller Derby Team
The JBLM Betty Brigade brings a community together.
'Slider' Thief Suspect Caught on Tape
Houston cops release video of a man suspected of stealing a woman's purse at a gas station.
President Obama Welcomes Participants in the Wounded Warrior Bike Rally
The event is designed to bring attention to military members returning home with physical and psychological trauma.
Newly-Released Video Captures Deadly Plant Explosion
The cause of the fire at the fertilizer plant in West, Tex., is still unknown.
'Boston Strong' and Ready After Alleged Bomb Hoax
ABC News' Ryan Smith on the suspect who prompted tighter security at this year's marathon.
Boston Marathon Hoax Suspect Charged
Police end up detonating rice cooker filled with confetti after identifying potential terror threat.
WN 4/17: Kansas City Shootings: Suspect in Custody
Chelsea Clinton expecting first child in the fall; Captain of South Korea ferry abandoned ship.
GMA 4/17: South Korea Ferry Captain 'Deeply Ashamed'
Boston Bomb Hoax Suspect Calls Actions Performance Art; Neil Patrick Harris Like You've Never Seen Him Before
Nightline 4/16: Hate Next Door: English Defense League's War Against Radical Islam
Britain's Face of Hate: EDL Founder's Shocking Decision; Nearly 300 Missing After Ferry Sinks off South Korea Coast
Nightline Prime 4/12: Unification Church Mass Wedding: The Big Day
Followers of the late Rev. Sun Myung Moon believe international marriages promote world peace.
This Week: New Developments in Ukraine
Guests: Samantha Power, Deval Patrick, Rand Paul
20/20 4/12: Shameless
Nabbing the 'Internet Casanova'; Facebook Fraud: The Warrior Eli Hoax; Ridiculous Tax Write-Offs