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George Floyd’s Brother Condemns Violent Protesters: “My Brother Was About Peace”

George Floyd's brother pleaded with protesters to keep their message and movement peaceful after a weekend of violence and destruction across numerous major U.S. cities.

ABC’s Amy Robach Says She Made Jeffrey Epstein Comments in “Private Moment of Frustration”

ABC News anchor Amy Robach responded to a video in which she expresses frustration that the network did not publish her 2015 interview with Virginia Giuffre, who accused the late Jeffrey Epstein and…

ABC News Apologizes for Mistakenly Airing Kentucky Gun Range Video as Syria Coverage

ABC News on Sunday took down a bombing video that appeared to be from the Syrian border but in fact was 2017 footage from a Kentucky military gun range event.

ABC News President James Goldston on Dem Debate: “It Was A Very Proud Night”

Goldston sent out a note to employees on Friday evening congratulating them on network's Democratic primary debate.

The Broadcast News Bosses Agree: Their Networks Matter

NBC News president Noah Oppenheim, ABC News president James Goldston and CBS News president Susan Zirinsky talked about the relevance of the broadcast news networks at a Financial Times conference

Melania Trump Addresses President Trump’s Alleged Infidelity: “Not a Concern of Mine”

Melania Trump addressed reports about her husband's alleged infidelity, including President Trump's alleged affair with porn star Stormy Daniels.

Melania Trump Says She’s the “Most Bullied Person in the World”

In a new clip from her interview with ABC News, first lady Melania Trump said that she believes she's the "most bullied person in the world."

ABC News’ Brian Ross Returning to Television for First Time After Suspension

Brian Ross is returning to the air for the first time since his suspension, for bungling a major story, on Friday night's episode of '20/20.'

Television Executives Disagree on Whether Covering Trump Is “Exciting”

ABC News President James Goldston said that covering the administration is "incredibly exciting," but Univision executive Isaac Lee disagreed.

Chris Christie Joining ABC News as a Contributor

The former New Jersey governor will contribute to the network's State of the Union coverage on Tuesday.

The White House Weighs In On Media Companies Firing Employees (Again)

While Kellyanne Conway said on TV that she would get rid of ABC News' Brian Ross, she told THR that "ABC News makes [its] own personnel decisions."

ABC News Chief on Trump Drama, Megyn’s NBC Start and Broadcast News in the Smartphone Era

James Goldston opens up about 'GMA's' win streak, lower ratings for morning news, phone calls received from the president, and the future of anchors Robin Roberts, Michael Strahan and George…