By ABC News

Jul 1, 2014 11:19am

Hong Kong’s Pro-Democracy Push Rallies Thousands Against Beijing

ABC News’ Xiao Kaojing reports: HONG KONG – Tens of thousands of people gathered in Central Hong Kong today to join a pro-democracy march – expected to be the largest such protest in the country’s history – calling for open voting in the 2017 chief… Read More »

By ABC News

Jun 26, 2014 11:00am

Oscar Pistorius’ Psych Tests Over, Trial to Resume

By LIEZL THOM PRETORIA, South Africa  – Oscar Pistorius has completed his court ordered psychiatric evaluation, allowing the murder trial for the paralympic sprinter who gained fame as the Blade Runner to resume. Pistorius will be back in court on Monday, but it’s not clear… Read More »

Jun 16, 2014 9:45am

FIFA World Cup 2014: What to Watch for This Week

The World Cup is in full swing. Below is a guide on what to see, the major storylines, who to root for and what to expect this week from Brazil:   U.S. SOCCER NEEDS A NEW HERO   Bill Clinton was in the White House… Read More »

Jun 15, 2014 10:49am

2014 World Cup: Did a Drone Spy on France’s Practice?

The manager of the French soccer team claims that a drone flew over his team’s practice at the World Cup this weekend and has asked FIFA to investigate. Dider Deschamps, the team manager, told a news conference that FIFA would look into the incident, according… Read More »

Jun 13, 2014 6:42pm

Russia Has Sent Tanks Into Ukraine, US Claims

MOSCOW–The US State Department today accused Russia of quietly sending tanks and other heavy weaponry to separatist fighters in east Ukraine. “We are highly concerned by new Russian efforts to support the separatists,” deputy spokeswoman Marie Harf told reporters. “In the last three days a… Read More »

By Rachel Katz

Jun 6, 2014 9:39am

It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane!…. It’s a Rhino

A South African photographer captured unbelievable photos of a rhino suspended more than 2,000 feet in the air in an operation called a “rhino lift” in which a helicopter relocated rhinos on South African animal reserves. Freelance outdoor and wildlife photographer Em Gatland, 31, of… Read More »

Jun 5, 2014 6:18pm

World War I Love Letters Reach Soldier’s Granddaughter 95 Years Later

Talk about a long lost love story for the ages. Letters penned from a World War I soldier in France to his wife back home in Phoenix, Arizona, are finally making their way home to their rightful owner, once again, 95 years later. “To now… Read More »

By ABC News

Jun 5, 2014 3:50pm

Real-Life ‘Toy Story’: ‘Infinity and Beyond’ Looking for Lost Woody Doll’s Owner

A woman in England is going to infinity and beyond to reunite a Woody doll, the infamous cowboy character in “Toy Story,” with his real-life Andy. Bev McNeill, a good Samaritan driver, saw Woody all muddy on the side of a highway not only once… Read More »

Jun 4, 2014 5:27pm

Researchers Want Odd Ocean Recording Included in Malaysian Flight Search

Australian marine researchers shared a recording recently of a deep sea microphone that reveals an unusual underwater sound on the day Malaysia Airlines flight 370 disappeared though they acknowledged a link is far-fetched. “I think it’s something that they [the Joint Agency Coordination Center in… Read More »

May 29, 2014 2:27pm

Interpol Trying to Make It Difficult for Boko Haram to Sell Abducted Girls

The head of Interpol told ABC News that he has no information to confirm or dispute the assertion earlier this week that top officials in Nigeria know the location of the 200 school girls kidnapped by Boko Haram. “Interpol doesn’t know where these 200 girls… Read More »