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Face-to-Face With Patients in the Ebola Ward
Dr. Besser became the first journalist to step inside the ELWA2 Ebola ward.
First Ebola Case in US, But CDC Vows 'We Will Stop It Here'
Patient left Liberia on Sept. 19 and became sick on Sept. 17.
UVA Student Disappearance Suspect Tied to 2009 Murder: Police
Morgan Harrington went missing in Charlottesville in 2009.
All the Details of Amal Alamuddin's Oscar de la Renta Wedding Dress
"It’s the most important dress in the life of a woman," de la Renta said.
11-Year-Old Volcano Hunter Fearlessly Faces Molten Lava
Molly Ambrose often tags along with her award-winning photographer dad.
Burying Ebola Victims in Liberia
Dr. Richard Besser reports from Monrovia.
Slender Man Stabbing Survivor's Parents Describe Ordeal
Stacie, Joe Leutner speak for the first time on daughter being stabbed 19 times.
These Couples Say Swinging Helps Their Marriage
Inside 'Naughty in N'Awlins,' an annual New Orleans swingers convention
Questions Raised Over Brand Name Rx Drugs vs. Generics
Watchdog groups found some patients reacted differently to generic brands.
A Bit of Advice Ed Sheeran Kept Getting From Other Artists
"Don't" singer says Taylor Swift, Pharrell and others told him the same thing.
Pot and Parenting: Confessions of Colorado's Weed-Smoking Moms
In Colorado, where pot is legal, these women battle a new parenting stereotype.
Miss America???s Coach Praises Cup Performance
Bill Alverson has coached the past three Miss America winners.
Hire This Guy to Wait in Line for iPhone 6
Robert Samuel, a professional line waiter, has made a business out of waiting.
Reese Witherspoon's New Movie Sheds Light on US Lives of Sudan's Lost Boys
The Oscar winner plays a counselor tasked with finding them jobs.
'Scandal' Creator Talks Strong Women, Weak Men
Shonda Rhimes is the woman behind “appointment TV Thursday.”
Blogs
How to Help: The Lost Boys and Girls of Sudan
Reese Witherspoon appears in a new movie about the children's move to the US.
Videos
Risking It All to Capture One of World's Fiercest Volcanoes
Part 1: This trio of volcano hunters, including an 11-year-old girl, travel the Ring of Fire to shoot active volcanoes.
Volcano Hunters Get into Trouble at Violent Indonesian Volcano
Part 2: Photographers Geoff Mackley, Brad Ambrose scramble with thousands of dollars' worth of footage at stake.
GoPro Inventor Shows Off Incredible Shots New Camera Can Get
Billionaire Nicholas Woodman takes the latest GoPro to the top of the Empire State Building for ABC News.
Slender Man Stabbing Survivor's Remarkable Recovery
For the first time, the Leutners talk about the horrific day their 12-year-old daughter was stabbed 19 times.
George Clooney's Hollywood Wedding in Venice
Many A-list guests turn out for the wedding of the man who once said he would be a permanent bachelor.
These Couples Say Swinging Makes Their Marriage Stronger
Inside an annual New Orleans swingers convention, which hosts parties, naked speed dating and bondage class.
The Leading Ladies of Shondaland
Robin Roberts goes on set with "Scandal," "Grey's Anatomy," and "How to Get Away With Murder."
Inside 'ShondaLand': Behind the Scenes with Shonda Rhimes
Robin Roberts meets with the TV titan behind ABC smash hit shows, "Grey's Anatomy," "Scandal."
Prescription Drugs: Generics, Brand Names Not the Same?
While generic forms can save on cost, watchdog groups caution patients to know the potential different effects.
Inside the Twisted Coffee-Poisoning Trial
Award-winning cancer specialist Dr. Ana Gonzalez-Angulo was accused of plotting to kill her lover.
On the Town with Ed Sheeran
The British "Don't" singer reveals how he became an unlikely rock star.
Pot-Smoking Moms Unapologetic About Getting High
These Colorado women want to make smoking weed as socially acceptable as drinking a glass of wine.
Miss America Responds to Sorority Hazing Allegations
Kira Kazantsev is facing anonymous allegations that she was involved in "exceptionally harsh" hazing.
US Launches Airstrikes Against ISIS in Syria
US military bears down on the Islamic terrorist group as thousands of refugees flee the region.
The Desperate Search for Missing UVA Student
Police release new details about a person of interest who may have been the last one to see Hannah Graham.
Inside 'The Secret Life of Cats'
A new National Geographic documentary explains why cats act the way they do.
NFL Continues to Fight off Scandal
Commissioner Roger Goodell admits he "got it wrong" regarding Ray Rice domestic violence incident.
Don't Want to Wait in Line for iPhone 6? Hire This Guy
People have paid professional line waiter Robert Samuel to wait for everything from iPhones to cronuts.
Two Iraq Vets' Journey to Find Peace
Two soldiers, battling different wounds of war, reunite years after one saved the other's life.
Wartime in Syria: The Horror From Both Sides
Part 2: People risk their lives to tell the world what is happening in war-torn Syria.
Syrians Caught in the Crossfire: First-Hand Accounts
Part 1: For the last six months, ABC News had Syrians inside the conflict zone film themselves.
At Strawberry Mansion High, There's Fear, Hope
Part 1: Diane Sawyer spent months inside one of the country's most dangerous schools.
Alleged Underage Prostitution in Philippines
Part 1: "Nightline" goes undercover to investigate Americans accused of selling young women for sex.
Authorities Raid Philippines Bar Suspected of Underage Prostitution
Part 2: Authorities arrest a Texas business man suspected of running a sex ring out of his bar.
Investigation: Black Lung and Doctors for the Coal Companies
Miners told their sickness not caused by decades underground.
US Doctor Helps Blind Ethiopians Gain Sight With $11 Procedure
Dr. Geoffrey Tabin developed a way to correct cataract blindness, an epidemic in Ethiopia.
War for Paradise: Inside Rio's Violent Drug Gangs
Part 1: "Nightline's" Dan Harris goes deep into gang-ruled shanty towns, where drugs are rampant.
Jacqueline Kennedy: In Her Own Words
Never-before-heard interviews reveal how JFK felt about the Cubin missile crisis
Syrian Civil War: By The Numbers
Part 3: The UN estimates that over 100,000 people have been killed in the conflict.
Nightline 08/11: SPECIAL EDITION: THE DEATH OF ROBIN WILLIAMS
Robin Williams, Beloved Actor, Comedian, Dead at 63
Slideshows
Inside L.A.'s Exclusive Magic Castle
The secret club where aspiring magicians cut their teeth.
Lives Interrupted: Syrian Refugee Children
ABC News followed the harrowing stories of some of these children.
How Pop Star Jason Derulo Keeps His Body Ripped
Pop singer invited "Nightline" to watch him work out.