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Ukraine says it may turn to UN General Assembly if Russia blocks Security Council action
With so many movies in the theater these days, ABC News wants to help you decide what's worth your money. This week, we take a look at two new films, "300: Rise of an Empire" and "Mr. Peabody & Sherman."
Before you make that next trip to the nail salon, heed this advice from industry insider Athena Elliott.
A woman traveling from Illinois to Alaska to start a new job said her “whole life” was stolen when she awoke to find her U-Haul trailer holding nearly all of her personal belongings had been stolen from the parking lot of the motel where she was staying.
McCutchen homers, gets 3 hits for Pirates in 6-5 loss to Twins
High school teacher J.D. Winteregg is taking on the speaker in Ohio.
Councilor in troubled New Mexico border city who withdrew from race re-elected anyway
Stocks are mixed as tensions build in Ukraine, offsetting pickup in hiring last month
Blast of winter weather can't faze US employers; stepped-up hiring lifts hopes for more growth
New invention lets your glass of milk do the heavy lifting.
At the end of the first week of the Oscar Pistorius murder trial, the court had heard explosive testimony from neighbors, first responders and a scorned ex-girlfriend, in what has been billed as South Africa's "trial of the century."
Conservatives are all over Hollywood, but maintain a low profile.
He says he wants to show support for gun owners.
Find this week's top photos from around the globe in ABC News' This Week in Pictures slideshow
She discussed what more needs to be done to achieve equality for women.
Former Arkansas governor on whether he'll make another presidential run.
Cattle ranchers and law enforcement in the American West are fighting a tough new battle to protect the herds -- keeping meth addicts from stealing their cows and selling them to finance their drug habit.
Breaking Bad Star tells Jimmy Kimmel About bizarre adventure.
Approximately 48 hours after the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled state law did not prohibit secretly photographing under a woman’s skirt, Gov. Deval Patrick signed legislation to make so-called upskirting illegal.
He was shot by a sniper in World War II.