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Explore the dark history and perilous future of one of New York City's most polluted and mysterious sites.
Residents say its reputation is outdated and only furthers its marginalization.
The National Eagle and Wildlife Property Repository in Colorado is a 16,000-square-foot warehouse that consists of approximately 1.5 million seized and confiscated illegal wildlife products.
A life lost to drugs and prison restored by President Barack Obama's clemency.
Meet the elite team risking their lives to battle wildfires in California and the West.
About 80 miles north of New York City, retired racehorses are given a second chance from an unexpected group of men.
When Hurricane Katrina slammed into Gulfport, Mississippi, those in the neighborhood of Turkey Creek came together to help each other survive.
The Chimneys restaurant in Gulfport, Miss. was reduced to splinters after Katrina hit. Sophie and Watson Nord restored the family restaurant and now run the day-to-day operations.
A former nun hopes the Catholic Church will one day allow women to become priests.
Jaha Dukureh underwent female genital mutilation as a baby in the Gambia, and is actively campaigning to end the practice around the world.
Half a million women are estimated to be affected or at risk of FGM in the U.S.
ABC News' Bob Woodruff gets a rare tour of North Korean public transit.
Why Pitchman Tim Williams May Be the Secret to the Company's U.S. Success.
36 Marines returned to U.S. soil together more than 70 years after their deaths on the battlefield.
In Cuba with no internet, no worries, just order The Package (El Paquete) and watch all your favorite movies, T.V. shows and read your favorite magazines, just don't get caught.
Bob Woodruff takes a ride on the Beijing subway system, which can only be described as pure unadulterated chaos.
We measure out what 55,000 pieces of paper really amounts to.
Wimbledon is the oldest and most respected tennis tournament in the world. ABC News' Bob Woodruff takes us on an insider's tour of the championship.
The claws (and tails) come out at 2015 Lobster Rumble.
Humza Ashrad is a British Pakistani Muslim and comedian. His latest project, in partnership with British police, uses comedy to prevent the radicalization of young Muslims.
Victims who report assaults more likely to face retribution than to see perpetrators punished.
Clayton Anderson, author of "The Ordinary Spaceman," reveals everything you ever wanted to know about being an astronaut.
Ariana Miyamoto plans to use the prominence of the Miss Universe Japan title to spread awareness of racial discrimination.
Now that grilling season has arrived, here are some tips and tricks for your next party.
A stage performance series turned book highlights the important lessons we learn from our mothers.
George Stephanopoulos brings you the amazing true story behind America's favorite Mexican holiday.
"Star Wars" fans and droids wish you a very happy May 4th.
ABC News went to a cryotherapy facility to profile a professional acrobat who says he uses the machine to cure injuries.
On the 15th anniversary of being taken into custody by U.S. federal agents, a look back at Elian Gonzalez and where he is now.
Fusion's Chief Cannabis Correspondent Ryan Nerz visits the world's leading cannabis trade show in Denver.
ABC News' Gio Benitez looks at the math question driving the Internet crazy.
Hafez Alawdi of California reunited with his wife and children after they braved a 16-hour boat trip from Yemen to Djibouti
Despite an international effort to defeat Boko Haram, the group's insurgency rages on.
From assassination attempts to nuclear threats, Cuba and the U.S. have been on the rocks for more than 150 years until now.
What will Scott Kelly pack for his year in space?
Move over coffee, standard teas and energy drinks, because there’s new, trendy caffeine in town: matcha.
ABC News' Bob Woodruff demos a knockoff Apple Watch.
How well does the newly-engaged couple really know one another?
ABC News' George Stephanopoulos brings the true story of how St. Patrick's Day got its start.
Once a Harlem fixture, the Renaissance Ballroom is now scheduled to be torn down. Take a tour of the decaying ruin.
Ahead of Prince William's trip to Beijing, ABC News' Bob Woodruff found out how many residents know of William and Kate.
A 28-year-old Iraq War veteran and self-described "Soldier of Christ," returned to Iraq six months ago to join a Christian militia in its fight against ISIS.
ABC News' Alex Marquardt tours the flattened city of Kobane.
Take a ride with Eatery Restaurant's Aaron Cruz while he makes deliveries to hungry New Yorkers.
Professor Chang Kee Jung dives into the physics behind deflated footballs.
The NIH has begun testing two experimental Ebola vaccines at a facility in Monrovia, Liberia.
Here is a historical timeline of the extremely contagious viral disease, measles.
Musician Po Johnson satisfies her craving in Bushwick, Brooklyn with some close friends.