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Northern Iraq: Watch Kurds on One Side, ISIS on the Other

Northern Iraq: Watch Kurds on One Side, ISIS on the Other

ABC News goes right to the front line in the fight where ISIS and Kurdish forces are dug in just yards from each other.

US Doctor Who Contracted Ebola Leaves Hospital With Hugs

US Doctor Who Contracted Ebola Leaves Hospital With Hugs

Both Dr. Kent Brantly and missionary Nancy Writebol were discharged from Emory hospital after surviving the deadly virus.

A Different Look at Slain Ferguson Teen Michael Brown

A Different Look at Slain Ferguson Teen Michael Brown

Video from Michael Brown's high school graduation days before his controversial death.

This Iraq Monastery, Once a Safe Haven for Christians, Has Been Abandoned

This Iraq Monastery, Once a Safe Haven for Christians, Has Been Abandoned

Once a safe haven for Iraqi Christians, ABC News’ Terry Moran visits the now empty St. Hormizd’s Monastery.

More Violence in Ferguson, MO After National Guard Called In

More Violence in Ferguson, MO After National Guard Called In

Police crackdown on protestors continues as tensions still high 10 days after unarmed teen Michael Brown’s shooting death.

These Bikers Aim to Help Keep the Peace in Ferguson

These Bikers Aim to Help Keep the Peace in Ferguson

A chapter of Outcast MC has joined with another motorcycle club to show support and keep the peace.

US Forces Land on Iraq's Mt. Sinjar; Justin Bieber Takes Plea Deal

US Forces Land on Iraq's Mt. Sinjar; Justin Bieber Takes Plea Deal

As U.S. forces land in Iraq to assess Yazidi crisis, a train derails in the Swiss Alps, and the pope heads to South Korea.

Why Police Say They Won't Release ID of Officer in Teen's Shooting

Why Police Say They Won't Release ID of Officer in Teen's Shooting

ABC News' Steve Osunsami talks to Chief Tom Jackson about the protests sparked by the shooting death of an unarmed teen in Missouri.

Stranded in Iraq: If We Had Stayed on the Mountain, 'We Would Have Died'

Stranded in Iraq: If We Had Stayed on the Mountain, 'We Would Have Died'

ABC News' Muhammad Lila speaks with one of the lucky Yazidis who got off Mt. Sinjar alive.

Michael Brown's Parents: 'Stop the Violence'

Michael Brown's Parents: 'Stop the Violence'

ABC News' Steve Osunsami talks to Lesley McSpadden and Michael Brown Sr. about their son's shooting death and the protests it has spurred.

Who Is Tony Stewart Off the Race Track?

Who Is Tony Stewart Off the Race Track?

ESPN's Mike Massaro discusses the man now under scrutiny after an accident left a fellow racer dead.

The Aftermath of Looting in a Small Town After a Cop Shot an Unarmed Teen

The Aftermath of Looting in a Small Town After a Cop Shot an Unarmed Teen

At least 30 were arrested after crowds vandalized and looted sometime after a vigil for the teen shot and killed by a police officer.

Hurricane Iselle Downgraded to Tropical Storm

Hurricane Iselle Downgraded to Tropical Storm

Tropical Storm Iselle brought heavy rains, strong winds, downed trees and power outages.

Liberian Man Worries His Family Has Ebola

Liberian Man Worries His Family Has Ebola

Ezekiel Kumeh says his family won't leave their home to get medical care.

MH17 Bodies Arrive in Netherlands; FAA Extends Travel Ban to Israel

MH17 Bodies Arrive in Netherlands; FAA Extends Travel Ban to Israel

As the Dutch observe a day of mourning, a Taiwan plane crash kills 47, and Bob Dole returns to Capitol Hill to push Disabilities Treaty.