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American cancer survivor becomes the first person to swim the English Channel four times nonstop

Sarah Thomas was diagnosed with breast cancer less than two years ago. She underwent treatments, and as soon as her health allowed, she was back in the water. Today she completed 133 miles of swimming in 54 hours and 13 minutes.

Global Climate Strike: Which companies are closing their doors?

"We know that reaching zero emissions by 2030 won’t be easy. But this is not the time to shy away from the challenge," Amazon Employees for Climate Justice said in a statement.

FBI raids home of MyPayRollHR CEO

Business owners say the payroll company suddenly vanished, taking millions of dollars from the paychecks of American workers along with it.

Climate in Crisis: Journey to Virginia’s disappearing island

Our weeklong series “Climate in Crisis” continues tonight with an alarming report from Al Roker, on the growing impacts from warming waters on the East Coast, from Florida up through New England.

Renowned journalist Cokie Roberts dies at 75

The veteran ABC News journalist died Tuesday due to complications from breast cancer, her family and the network said.