Vice President Joe Biden took Donald Trump to task over comments he made bragging about his ability to grope women, saying he wished he were in high school so “I could take him behind the gym,” ABC News reports. Said [...]
Thailand's military junta has fined former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra 35 billion baht ($1.3 billion) and ordered to have her assets seized as the result of a rice stockpiling scheme that went awry, Australia's ABC News reports. Back in 2011, Thailand was the world's largest exporter of rice, accounting for 30% of the global market. Show More Summary
After the past few weeks of news exposing biased journalists and the liberal media, the ABC drama Notorious, about the life of a news producer, finally gave us a story about the positive impact the media can have, albeit fictional. This week’s episode surprisingly livened things up with a heart-warming story about adoption and the humanity of the unborn child.
News broke Thursday of a new Clinton campaign e-mail exposed by WikiLeaks that reinforces the persistent notion that the Clinton Foundation is a pay-for-play scheme. And yet the “Big Three” networks ABC, CBS, and NBC pretended like it didn’t even happen. Show More Summary
ABC let its bias known Thursday evening during World News Tonight as their presidential debate recap was a glorified Hillary Clinton highlight reel. Opening his report, ABC’s Tom Llamas seemed to wag his finger at Donald Trump for his comments about not accepting the result of the election. Show More Summary
In news that will please comedy fans of many a generation, Carol Burnett is making her return to television in a sitcom executive-produced by Amy Poehler. The untitled multi-cam comedy has landed a put pilot commitment at ABC, Deadline reports. It'll star Burnett as an older actress (for shame!) who ... More »
ABC 7 reports that a Florida trooper rescued an injued bald eagle on the shoulder of the Turnpike. The video footage is worth a click. The post FL Trooper Rescues Bald Eagle from Turnpike appeared first on Toll Roads News.
ABC, with a family-friendly lead-in, was most watched among the broadcast networks.
ABC News reports: Speaking for the first time since the presidential debate last night, Donald Trump said he would “promise and pledge” to accept the results of the election — if he wins. “I would like to promise and pledge to all of...Show More Summary
It is always exciting to have some old favorites return to General Hospital and viewers of the ABC soap are about to get a surprise times three. Kimberly McCullough, Ingo Rademacher, and Parry Shen are all making a comeback very soon. Show More Summary
Theologian-philosopher Dr Mark Manolopoulos explains why he endorses China’s strict regulation of religion, and how other countries may also learn from such apparently “extreme” action. A few weeks ago, I was watching ABC News and I happened to come across a report filed by China correspondent Matthew Carney about China’s purported suppression of various Christian [...]Show More Summary
Sen. Marco Rubio told ABC News that Republicans and Donald Trump are making a mistake by "indulging Wikileaks' and jumping on the alleged hacked emails because it's an attempt by a foreign government to influence our election process. The...Show More Summary
ABC, NBC and CBS delivered double digit year-over-year growth in total viewers and in the key news demo. Meet the Press grew the most and finished No. 1 overall.
While a lot of Republicans are eagerly combing through all the juicy revelations being churned up by the WikiLeaks dump of Clinton campaign emails, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) isn’t joining them. In an interview with ABC News, Rubio warned Republicans that WikiLeaks is not their ally and could...
A little payback for “Little Marco.” ABC News reports: Sen. Marco Rubio tells ABC News Republicans are making a mistake by jumping on allegedly hacked emails released by Wikileaks to criticize Hillary Clinton. In fact, he says he won’t talk about the hacked emails at all. Show More Summary
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) tells ABC News Republicans are making a mistake by jumping on allegedly hacked emails released by Wikileaks to criticize Hillary Clinton. In fact, he says he won’t talk about the hacked emails at all. Said Rubio: [...]
.@mike_pence: There have been "proven instances of voter fraud," supporters should provide "accountability" at polls https://t.co/NBtsicF5I3 — ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) October 18, 2016 MANCHESTER — Voter here asks Pence what he's going to do to make sure the election isn't "rigged" or "hacked." He suggests Voter ID laws. — Ashley Parker (@AshleyRParker) August 18, […]
According to a poll from The Washington Post and ABC News, having daughters may affect voters’ choices this coming Election Day. The poll, which was conducted between Oct. 10 and 13, asked likely voters which candidate they would vote for if the election were held that day. Show More Summary
Athlete Tyson Gay has called for an end to gun violence after his daughter died in a shootout. The three-time Olympian said “senseless” violence had to stop, according to ABC News. He was speaking for the first time in public since 15-year-old Trinity Gay was killed. Show More Summary
In 1993, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump sent a letter to the president of ABC News pitching a special called Donald Trump Presents the Most Beautiful Women in the World. Good to know that some things never change: Before Donald Trump was dashing off hastily considered tweets, he was dashing off ill-advised typewritten letters.