Headlines
What It Takes to Set Up a New Embassy In Cuba
Not as much as you would think.
The Last Time an American President Visited Cuba
The year was 1928 and the president traveled there by boat.
Watch Putin Mistake Stroke Survivor for Drunken Journalist
Double-stroke victim jokes along with Russian president.
Amazing Video Shows Massive 'Dustnado'
Dirt lifted into tornado-like column in Australia field.
Who are the Three Cuban Agents Released in Alan Gross Deal?
The men had been held in the U.S. for 16 years.
Pope Francis Celebrates His 78th Birthday With Tango, Cake and Chicken
The 800 kilograms of chicken meat will be given to the poor.
Images Show Horror, Devastation Inside School Taliban Attacked
Bullets marked walls, chairs were overturned, and blood stained the floor.
Australia Looks for Lessons Following Sydney Siege
Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced a joint review after deadly attack.
Sydney Siege Hostage Recounts His Escape
Man says he "never felt such relief" as when he saw police.
Spanish Police Probe Car Attack on Ruling Party HQ
Spanish police cordon off area close to ruling party HQ after car rammed office front
Victory for Plaintiff in China Gay Conversion Case
Victory for plaintiff against electroshock therapy clinic in China's first gay conversion case
Sri Lankan Opposition Pledges War Crime Inquiry
Sri Lankan opposition presidential candidate vows domestic inquiry into alleged war crimes
German Consumer Confidence on the Rise
German consumer confidence rises with expectations of increasing economic strength
HK Court: Property Tycoon Guilty of Corruption
Hong Kong court finds property billionaire, former top official guilty of corruption
8 Children Killed, Mother Stabbed, in Australia
8 children found dead and mother wounded in a home in northern Australia
Farmers, Unionists Protest EU-US Free Trade Talks
Farmers, trade unionists protest EU-US free trade talks
Essebsi Narrow Favorite to Win Tunisian Presidency
Tunisia faces stark choice in presidential vote: old-regime vet versus Arab Spring champion
Pakistan: 67 Militants Killed After School Massacre
Pakistani military strikes targets in northwest following school massacre, 67 militants dead
Filipino Family Wants US Marine in Local Jail During Trial
Filipino family wants US Marine held in local jail during murder trial
Videos
North Korea Backed Cyberattack; US-Cuba Resume Diplomatic Relations; Boston Bomber in Court
North Korea behind Sony cyber attack; The U.S. and Cuba to resume normal diplomatic relations; Boston bomber Dzhokar Tsarnaev...
How One Visit to Cuba Changed This Cuban-American's Views on the Trade Embargo
Carmen Cusido wants the Cuban trade embargo lifted and hopes that it leads to democracy in Cuba one day.
Fidel Castro: US Embargo: 'Doesn't Make Sense'
Castro says in 2002 that U.S. wouldn't be hurt if they decided to lift an embargo on his country.
Fidel Castro on America's 'Absolute Lies'
In 2002, the Cuban president responds to accusations by the U.S. that his country is a terrorist state.
Most Dangerous City in the World: San Pedro Sula
Fusion Special Correspondent Dan Lieberman looks into the Central American border crisis, where children are fleeing the...
Vladimir Putin Blames West for Russian Currency Crisis
During a three hour press conference, the Russian president says Ruble's fall was caused by external factors.
Vladimir Putin Faults the West in Annual Press Conference
The Russian president claims the West is trying to "defang" the Russian bear.
Putin Discusses Russian Economy
ABC's Kirit Radia on Russian president's annual address.
Day in Pictures: 12/17/14
Images from across the globe: Obama Announces Historic Policy Changes with Cuba, Schoolgirls Pray For Taliban Attack Victims...
David Muir exclusive with President Obama
David Muir sits down with President Obama to discuss major change in relations between U.S. and Cuba.
WN 12/18: Hollywood Reacts to Sony's Decision to Cancel "The Interview" Release
Young 'Slenderman' Stabbing Suspects Declared Competent to Stand Trial; 'Seventh Heaven' Star Stephen Collins' Confesses to...
GMA 12/18: Decision to Pull the Film 'The Interview' Will Cost Sony Millions
Obama on Pope's Role in Easing of US-Cuba Relations; Ray McDonald Cut From NFL Team After Sexual Assault Allegations
Nightline 12/17: What Lifting US Ban on Cuba Means to a New Generation
Texas Mother Released After Serving Time for Salt Poisoning Murder; Rockin' With the Rockettes
This Week 12/14: The Release of the CIA Torture Report
Guests: Michael Hayden, David Koch, Newt Gingrich, Laura Ingraham, Keith Ellison, Michael Smerconish
2020 12/13: Undercover and Hired to Kill
Man's Murder-for-Hire Plot to Kill Wife Backfires; NJ Mom Shops for Hit Man to Kill Love Rival
Slideshows
A Look Back at Cuba's Golden Age of Tourism
Advertising materials promoted Cuba's nightclub scene and beautiful beaches.