Mom Makes Lunch for Son's Classmate Who Can't Afford It
"To us, we were just doing something normal," Josette Duran said.
Trump Tweets 'We Are Winning' After Campaign Manager Says 'We Are Behind'
Kellyanne Conway said, "We are behind" and Clinton has "tremendous advantages."
Suspect in 'Serial' Case Launches Bid to Be Released From Prison
Syed's lawyer filed the bail petition on his behalf in a Baltimore court.
Despite Government Advances, Some Aleppo Residents Say They Will Never Leave
Clashes resumed on Saturday after a brief "humanitarian pause."
Hillary Clinton Closes Gap With Male Voters
The most recent ABC News poll represented a major swing for a key Trump group.
Manhunt Underway in Okla. for Suspect in Double Homicide, Shooting of 2 Police Officers
Police say the man streamed his escape on Facebook Live.
For More Than 7 Years, Former Guantanamo Detainee Still Waiting for 'Home'
Khalil Mamut has a wife and children in Bermuda but no citizenship or passport.
Deciding the Future of Guantanamo and Its Prisoners
Debate centers on whether prison should close and detainees should come to U.S.
Police Officer Honored for Saving 3-Year-Old Boy
The dramatic moment in Granbury, Texas, was caught on dash-cam video.
101-Year-Old Former Cheerleader Honored at TSU Homecoming
Burnece Walker Brunson attended Tennessee State College in the 1930s.
Towels in US Marriott Hotels to Be Made in America
The move will bring 150 jobs to Standard Textile's facilities in Ga. and S.C.
Spring Cleaning Tips to Turn Used Books, Gadgets Into Cash
Websites to help you unclutter your home and put money in your pocket.
Airlines Looking to Make Window or Aisle Seats a Costly Luxury
Fliers might have to pay up to avoid sitting in the middle.
Boy With Muscular Dystrophy Gets 'Fantasy Fenway Park'
Thomas Hastings can now play baseball with his friends.
WWII Vet Gets to Visit Battleship for His 99th Birthday
Battleship Iowa honored him by throwing a large party with two cakes.
Changes in Brain After 1 Season of Youth Football, Study Finds
Players studied were not diagnosed with concussions.
World News 10/23/16: A Deadly Collison in Southern California Shuts Down Interstate 10 for Hours
Hillary Clinton Campaigns Hard in Longtime Republican Strongholds; US-Backed Iraqi and Kurdish Forces Continue the Fight for...
Our 'Persons of the Week' Highlights Runner at High School Cross-Country Meet
With the competition intense, a runner sacrifices his own finish time to help a disoriented competitor.
Sherrill Manufacturing: Win for New York Silverware Co.
Sherrill Manufacturing said that foreign silverware manufacturers were removed from US government site.