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A collection of some beautiful, strange, interesting, and fascinating pictures of weather, environment and space that might let you wonder.
Paula Deen's multimillion-dollar merchandise and media empire continues to unravel following revelations that she used racial slurs in the past. Here's a look at her rise to fame and her fast and furious fall from grace.
It’s decision day at the Supreme Court on Wednesday: The justices are set to deliver their rulings on two key cases involving same-sex marriage.
The "Supermoon" rising behind the Washington Monument Sunday evening. This year the "Supermoon" was up to 13.5% larger and 30% brighter than a typical Full Moon.
As an anti-apartheid leader and humanitarian, Nelson Mandela will be remembered for many things. He was South Africa's first black president. He spent 27 years in prison under white racist rule. And he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize 1993. Today, his acts of kindness and his political legacy are being remembered and celebrated around the world.
A red panda named Rusty caused a stir Monday after he fled from the national Zoo for several hours. Rusty was eventually caught near Adams Morgan Monday afternoon.
Hi there bear-lovers! I'm Hank and I've been waiting for this day all my life! All six months of it. Today I made my big debut at the National Zoo. And because I'm a super-cute cub, there are lots of photos of me climbing on rocks, playing with my mom and amusing fans with my adventurous personality. It's kind of like my first day of kindergarten! Check them out. I think you'll like them.
Dark clouds, rain and strong winds rolled into the D.C. area Thursday afternoon, causing trees to fall and knocking out power to thousands. ABC7 viewers snapped a few photos of the wicked weather and sent them our way. If you have photos to share, send them to email@example.com.
Dark clouds, heavy rains and high winds rolled through much of the D.C. area Monday, June 10th. Here are some photos sent in by ABC7 viewers before, during and after the storms.
On Saturday, tens of thousands of residents across the DC region poured into the streets of Washington to watch and march in the Capital Pride parade. The 38th annual event celebrates diversity and promotes acceptance of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community in our nation's capital.