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ABC News' award-winning news magazine program, taking you beyond the headlines of today's stories and trends.

ABC News' award-winning news magazine program, taking you beyond the headlines of today's stories and trends.


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ABC News (US)


ABC News' award-winning news magazine program, taking you beyond the headlines of today's stories and trends.




Former President Trump raided and deposed

Former President Trump's Mar-A-Lago home in Florida was raided by the FBI as part of an investigation into presidential documents. Two days later, Trump invoked his fifth amendment right during a deposition with lawyers for New York Attorney General Leticia James; ABC's Alexis Christoforous breaks down the consumer price index, producer price index, jobs report, and what it all means for the economy; A national teacher shortage strains the school system; Serena Williams is leaving the sport...


How worried should we be about Monkeypox?

The US declares Monkeypox a public health emergency, we ask our Chief Medical Correspondent whether we should be worried or not; A big primary day on Tuesday with shocking results in Kansas and Arizona's MAGA movement; Looking back at the legendary life of Dodgers announcer Vin Scully; How secret airstrips in the Amazon are fueling illicit mining; And, one of our correspondents gets down and dirty in the LA River on a fishing expedition. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit...


Is the US in a recession?

Are we in a recession? The sentiment is yes, the numbers may say no. We aren't sure. But it sure feels like it when you go grocery shopping, pay the rent, or fill up the car. Where do we stand one month after Roe vs Wade was struck down? The US is facing another shortage, this time its not toilet paper or computer chips, but nuns. And, is climate change linked to the string of shark attacks on the East Coast? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Climate change is affecting the globe

President Biden tests positive for COVID-19; The latest January 6th committee hearing focuses in on Former President Trump's failure to act; What it was like in Uvalde after the first in-depth report was released; Climate change is seen across the US and the World this week; And, The band Chicago hits it big one more time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


The lengths some have to go to get basic groceries

An explosive January 6th hearing; Inflation continues to break records; Why some people are forced to walk miles to get basic necessities; And Glamping, the popular new way to enjoy the outdoors! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Mass shooting shakes Highland Park community

A fourth of July celebration in Highland Park, Illinois turned into a mass shooting, the community left to wonder why; A traffic stop in Akron, Ohio ends with 25-year-old Jayland Walker dead, and his sister is speaking out for the first time; The Supreme Court's decision to end Roe V. Wade has had ripple effects across the nation, and two men with opposing views discuss the impact; Another Covid-19 variant has emerged and can evade the original vaccines; A six-year-old lab is working hard to...


The Supreme Court's ideological shift to the right

The Supreme Court's flurry of decisions has many questioning their futures; Talk of Plan B bans; A truck of 53 dead migrants was discovered in San Antonio; Surprising January 6 testimony; An exclusive interview with Representative Liz Cheney; LGBT centers worried about the future; The "I Stand With Immigrants" initiative celebrates Immigrant Heritage Month through food; World UFO Day. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Roe vs Wade is overturned

The Supreme Court overturns Roe vs Wade; 1 month since the Uvalde massacre and there are still more questions than answers; 1 year since the Champlain Tower South collapsed; A walking tour brings you to some lesser known historic gay spots in NYC. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Celebrating Juneteenth

We start out with a conversation with Leah Wright Rigueur about our new podcast 'Reclaimed: The story of Maimi Till-Mobley" and why Emmett Till's story still resonates today. Then we go into a fascinating profile of Xernona Clayton - founder of the Trumpet Award, which celebrates African American excellence and achievement. Jamia Pugh has her story. We then dive into 'Leave No Trace' the new ABC News Studio Film about abuse in the Boy Scouts of America with an interview with director Irene...


Heartbreaking testimony following the Uvalde and Buffalo shootings

Aaron Katersky walks us through the January 6th committee hearing. Amy Robach is on with the incredibly powerful interview with Uvalde teacher Anulfo Reyes. Brad Mielke and KGO's Liz Kreutz discuss the San Francisco recall of DA Chesa Boudin. Mike Dobuski has a conversation with Alex Monea, author of "The Digital Closet: How the Internet Became Straight." It's a look into how algorithms have increasingly morphed LGBTQ+ content into narrower and narrower channels, and part of our Pride Month...


Living Life out Loud: Pride Month

June is Pride Month, so we are starting out with a chat with LZ Granderson, the host of our 'Life Out Loud' Podcast; We then dig into whether Congress will pass gun reform and what one Texas teacher says is not the answer; What is it like to be a Russian-American right now?; We talk about why so many people feel so connected to those they see on TV and on social media; And a celebration fit for a Queen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Gun violence and frustrations rising

Details unraveling on what exactly happened on the scene in Texas; Identifying signs of a mass murderer; The parent of a Sandy Hook victim shares his story; In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month, ABC's Juju Chang spoke with prominent women from the community; WNBA star Brittney Griner's wife speaks out; A man in New Jersey who collects flags year round explains why he does it, and what the flags mean to him and our country. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit...


A community shattered, what it was like on the ground in Buffalo

What is was like on the ground following the Buffalo mass shooting; What is 'replacement theory' and why it concerns law enforcement; Breaking the stigma around mental health and black women; An inside look at Freeform's, we're new 4-part docuseries "The Deep End;" And its not just the Queen's jubilee England is celebrating this year, celebrating 60 years since a musical revolution. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


As the US reaches 1 million COVID deaths, remembering those we lost

As the US reaches 1 million covid deaths, hear from one of the widows of the million lost; How is Planned Parenthood in Illinois planning in being one of the only midwestern states to allow abortions? We asked them; Why it is a worry time for parents of young kids; Saying goodbye to the iPod; And, A day for the dog moms out there. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


The abortion leak and the reaction to it

The stunning leak of a draft opinion from the Supreme Court on abortion; What is mean's for one Southern state's last facility; And what it mean's for the court itself; Tuesday was a great day for Former President Trump with primaries in Ohio and Indiana; Separating fact from fiction with what Elon Musk can change at Twitter; Why do so many women fall in love with violent men behind bars -- and how do violent men exploit the vulnerabilities of those women for their own means? And, if you...


Back at the epicenter, 30 years after the LA Riots

We take you back to the epicenter of the LA Riots to see what has changed and what hasn't three decades later; The creator of 'The Wire' is back in Baltimore with a new show 'We own this city' looking at the true story of a corrupt police unit; With Holocaust Remembrance Day on Thursday we hear from a 95 year old survivor; Rhinos are on the edge of extinction, conservationists have found a new way to save them from poaching; And World Password day is coming up, how strong are yours? Learn...


For the Love of Trees: Earth Day 2022

Trees are growing differently, what that means for our planet, and what we can do to help; Climate change slams a small city called Durban in South Africa, an inside look at how they're coping with major flooding; The Biden Administration opens up oil drilling on federal land, how activists are reacting; An all electric vehicle road trip's benefits - financially and for the environment; Immunocompromised people are speaking out after feeling left out of the conversation when it comes to...


Terror Strikes New York City

Inside the manhunt and investigation into the alleged New York City subway shooter; As abortion laws become tighter across the country, a look at how women are still getting them; Behind the scene's at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Clashes in Jerusalem ahead of the holiday weekend; A first look at the New York Auto Show; And, a "Survivor' returns to the Boston Marathon for the first time since 2013. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Has Russia committed war crimes in Ukraine?

Ukrainians continue to arrive at the US-Mexico border in Tijauna after fleeing the war in their home country. Many of them are young families who are hoping to start a new life in the US. ABC’s Alex Stone traveled to Tijuana this week and reports on what he saw. Throughout the week the terms war crimes, genocide, or crimes against humanity have been used to describe what has been happening in Ukraine, but what do those actually mean? We ask expert. After a contentious MLB offseason marked by...


From Ukraine to Poland and Mexico, fleeing the war

The producer of the Oscar's speaks out following Will Smith's slap of Chris Rock; Health officials approved a second booster shot for American's 50 and older, is it needed? We ask an expert; Ukrainians continue to flee the war getting as far away as the US-Mexico border; An ugly history revealed of Indian boarding schools; And backlash in the UK over Prince Andrew's inclusion at a memorial service for Prince Phillip. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit