ABC's World News Tonight anchor Diane Sawyer spotlights the misunderstood symptoms of women's heart attacks and how young women can be overlooked, featuring segments of the satiric video made by actress and director Elizabeth Banks.
Amid prolonged, painfully high unemployment, ABC News Anchor Diane Sawyer for the past year tirelessly advocated a simple solution: buy American-made products.
I do not begrudge Gabby Giffords or Bob Woodruff their access to first class healthcare. I just wish that we as a nation could figure out a way to share healthcare a little better.
The women of Vital Voices show that you cannot let obstacles big or small keep you down. The women and their stories taught me that you cannot use your past or circumstance to hide behind.
There's been lots of commentary about Chris Wallace's interview with Jon Stewart. In a sane world, we wouldn't need to have this conversation. That FOX is a relentless propaganda machine ought to be too banal to even have to note.
The main thing I draw from the Anthony Weiner incident is that the greater shame is in our puerile culture and how the media feeds the frenzy. On its own face their actions are ludicrous and the well-paid media honchos should be equally ashamed.
Thanks to a tip from Bill Bielby, I found myself listening to Diane Sawyer on ABC say, "There is a new chapter tonight in this very serious battle of the sexes..."
Students of journalism should be taught how to use iPads effectively to convey messages, record content and surreptitiously post to the Internet.
Those who would censor obnoxious commentary, are blinded by good intentions. Speech restrictions are no less oppressive when imposed to promote civility. It's just one form of bullying used to combat another.
This week, ABC News launches an exciting new initiative to bring the stories behind the problems like AIDS, malnutrition, poor water and sanitation, and tuberculosis to a wide audience.
ASUS is a Taiwanese company that hit it big in the United States. It had been mostly known for computer parts, and in 2007 decided to build computers...
Rather than focus on the substance of the leaked diplomatic cables, American journalists tend to either frame the story as being about the "over-classification" of documents or the personal motivations and private life of Julian Assange.
In the aftermath of Tuesday's election, the media has made it appear that all is lost -- the Tea Party is in control, because this narrative keeps us glued to our seats either with delight or fury. Now, the facts.
Diane Sawyer and ABC World News are headed to China and are asking "What Issues Do You Want to Know More About?"
There's still time to stop the madness and give the leaders we elected the proper time frame to accomplish what needs to be done.