Channing Tatum's Energy Secret: This Amazonian Leaf Tea
Ecuadorian rain forest native elder said it "brings the force of the jungle"
Unabomber's Family Recalls Turning Him in to FBI
Linda Patrik first became suspicious after reading the Unabomber's writing.
NTSB Weighs Probe of Cruise's Weather Troubles
The investigation may run in conjunction with the one underway for El Faro.
Cruise Captain: Weather Forecast Wasn't 'Anything Near' What Happened
The ship reversed course to head back to New Jersey.
Passenger Recounts Terrifying 12 Hours on Cruise Ship
Jessica Sheridan gave ABC News her first-hand account of the terror at sea.
EXCLUSIVE: Teresa Giudice Says Prison Was Like ‘Living in Hell’
Teresa Giudice says prison was like “living in hell.”
Peyton Manning 'Very Much at Peace' After Super Bowl Win
The Denver Broncos beat the Carolina Panthers 24-10 in Super Bowl 50.
The Evolution of Playboy, From First Centerfold to Last Nude Issue
The magazine will be re-launched this weekend.
'People vs. O.J. Simpson' Cast Reveal How Roles Impacted Them
Cuba Gooding, Jr., John Travolta, David Schwimmer talk about the FX mini-series.
'Finest Hours' Star Chris Pine's Transformation Into Coast Guard Hero
Star of Disney's new movie had to work on mastering a Boston accent.
Bikram Yoga Founder Accuser Feels 'Vindicated'
Bikram Choudhury was ordered to pay more than $7 million to his former attorney.
Old School Matchmakers Help Unlucky Daters Find Love
Men and women are hiring matchmakers instead of searching for love online.
Pets on Prozac: Dogs Take Meds for Separation Anxiety
Nearly three million dogs in the U.S. are on anti-anxiety medication.
Good Grades, Extracurriculars, May Not Be All Colleges Look For Anymore
A new report recommends a change to what some see as a broken admissions system.
'Making a Murderer': Is Steven Avery Guilty? A Deeper Look
Exploring the strange legal odyssey of Steven Avery in Netflix docu-series.
'Making a Murderer' Filmmakers, Prosecutor on Evidence Claims
"This is not a documentary at all," former prosecutor Ken Kratz said.
Autism, Airplanes and One Mom's Argument
Her son with autism was pulled out of line for not making eye contact.
Hoax Hunter Claims to Expose People Who Fake Illnesses and Ask for Money
Taryn Harper Wright says one couple lied about having cancer on their GoFundMe.
The Real-Life Heroes Behind 'Secret Soldiers of Benghazi'
American commandos who fought that night shared stories from the 2012 attack.
Trainers Must Gain Weight Before They Can Help Others Shed Pounds in Show
Trainer JJ Peterson went from 184 pounds to 245 pounds in 120 days.
College Course Has Students Riding Roller Coasters to Face Fears
Students are human guinea pigs in an “Abnormal Psychology” class.
Byron Pitts' Biography
Co-Anchor, Nightline
Channing Tatum Reveals His Energy Secret Is an Amazonian Leaf Tea
Channing Tatum said drinking Runa tea helped him keep his energy up while he wrote the film "Magic Mike."
How Life Changes For Parents When They Have More Than One Child
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian opened up about how much harder it is to parent two children instead of one.
OK Go's New Music Video Puts Them in Zero Gravity
Band members spent three weeks in Russia filming the video for their new single, "Upside Down, Inside Out."
Cruise Ship Passengers Describe What Happened During Weather Troubles
A storm rocked the Royal Caribbean Cruises' Anthem of the Seas off the Carolina coast, forcing it to turn around.
Unabomber's Sister-In-Law Suspected Him After Reading Manifesto
"Linda saved lives," David Kaczynski said of his wife. "And, ultimately, perhaps contributed to saving Ted's life too."
'Family Feud' Contestant Explains Her Hilarious Response That Went Viral
Sheila Patterson said her nerves got the best of her when she gave host Steve Harvey repeated answers.
Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders Projected to Win NH Primary
The candidates were out in force in cafes and on the street ahead of the first primary in the 2016 election.
'Real Housewives' Star Teresa Giudice on What Life Was Like in Prison
Giudice served 11 and a half months of a 15-month sentence at the Federal Correctional Institution, in Danbury, Connecticut.
The 2016 Race For President Heats Up Ahead of New Hampshire Primary
ABC News' David Wright talks to Julia Barnes, the New Hampshire state director for presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders.
What's Next For Broncos' Peyton Manning Since Winning Super Bowl 50
Manning, 39, said he is planning to take time away from the game before making a decision on returning to the NFL.
Village's Dangerous Chinese New Year Fireworks Display Uses Molten Iron
A blacksmith wearing only a hat and sheepskin vest for protection hurls the liquid hot metal against an old city wall.
Super Bowl 50: What It Takes to Make a Super Bowl Ad
Inside the war rooms of ad agencies making multi-million dollar TV spot gold for the big game.
How Virginia Tech Students Allegedly Plotted 13-Year-Old Girl's Murder
Authorities say suspects David Hisenhauer and Natalie Keepers were involved in teen's death and social media likely played a...
ABC News New Hampshire Republican Debate: Look Ahead
ABC's Martha Raddatz talks about the candidate lineup for the Saturday night GOP debate in Manchester.
Donald Trump Fights Backs in New Hampshire
Trump accused Iowa winner Ted Cruz of dirty tricks as Trump supporters hold strong, some even getting tattoos of his slogan.
Playboy, From First Centerfold to Last Nude Issue
Behind the scenes of the magazine's remodel as it enters a new era without nude photos.
Spike Lee on New Michael Jackson Doc Following King of Pop's Journey
In the new film, "Michael Jackson's Journey from Motown to Off The Wall," the director explores the making of a legend.
Zika Virus Outbreak: Inside the Hot Zone
Following the outbreak from Brazil where families are dealing with devastating effects to how it traveled to the United...
How Bernie Sanders Started a Revolution
The Democratic senator from Vermont is intensifying his efforts in New Hampshire after his surprise showing in Iowa.
Nightline 11/23/15: Face Transplant Surgery Gives Former Firefighter a New Face
Inside the Complex Face Transplant Surgery; After Face Transplant, Pat Hardison Reunites With Family
Nightline 11/13/15: Paris Terror Attacks: Scenes of Carnage at Multiple Locations
Four Paris Attackers Dead After Concert Hall Siege; Obama: Paris Terror Attacks Are 'On All of Humanity'
Deadly Delay: The Fight for Kids Safety
Hundreds of kids injured, killed in window blind strangulation incidents in past 30 years.
'Making a Murderer': Evidence Presented at the Murder Trial
Former prosecutor Ken Kratz shares some evidence he presented at Avery's trial.
'Chewy, We're Foam'
New York City coffee artist creates impressive portraits in latte foam.
See Elian Gonzalez All Grown Up
Elian Gonzalez is now 21 years old.