How a Refugee Family Fleeing Syria Was Smuggled to Greece
At least 350,000 refugees have illegally entered Europe so far this year.
Iconic War Poppies Get New Display
"Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red" honors soldiers killed during WWI.
Pope Acknowledges 'Moral Ordeal' in Abortion Decision
He declared today that women who'd had procedure could be absolved of sin.
Satellite Images Show ISIS Destruction of Ancient Temple
Satellite images show ISIS has destroyed another Palmyran temple.
Fake Syrian Passports a Way Out of Africa, Mideast Into Europe
Syrian citizens are legally entitled to refugee status in any European country.
Watch: Chicago Teen Sings for Pope Francis
The high school senior shared her struggles with bullying before performing.
Missing GW Student Last Seen Swimming in South Africa
Nicholas Upton is originally from Connecticut.
Pope Francis Holds Virtual Audience in ABC News Event
Americans in Chicago, Texas and California participated.
Seoul Prosecutors Seek 15-Year Term for US Envoy Attacker
South Korean prosecutors seek 15-year prison term for man accused of slashing US ambassador
Tamil Leader Becomes Opposition Leader in Parliament
Ethnic Tamil lawmaker becomes opposition leader in Sri Lanka for first time in decades
US Muslims Hope New Billboards Reclaim Islam's Message
US Muslims hope new billboards reclaim Islam's message of peace, justice amid violent attacks
Guatemala President Ordered Detained in Corruption Probe
Guatemala president ordered detained, to appear before judge in widening corruption probe
Pacific Bluefin Tuna Group Puts off New Moves to Save Fish
Meeting in Japan on Pacific bluefin tuna ends without fresh moves to protect depleted species
Q&A: What to Look for With Guatemala's Embattled President
Guatemala's embattled president, and the corruption case against him: Here's what to look for
Big Cities Scramble to Be Prepared for an Oil Train Disaster
Across US, big cities scramble to get ahead of threat from trains carrying volatile crude oil
Bangkok Security Looks More Serious in Deadly Bombing's Wake
Guards checking bags, cameras that work: Bangkok security looks more serious in bombing's wake
French Farmers Stage 1,000-Strong Tractor Protest in Paris
Angry French farmers stage 1,000-strong tractor protest in Paris over falling food prices
China Pledges to Cut 300,000 Troops From Its Massive Army
China pledges to cut 300,000 troops from 2.3 million-member army amid technology advances
Martin Dempsey: China Developing Capabilities to Expand Reach In Arctic
ABC News' Martha Raddatz speaks with the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Pope Francis to Allow Absolution for Abortion During Holy Year
The pontiff declared that all priests may hear confession for the "sin of abortion" during the upcoming Year of Mercy,...
Satellite Images Show ISIS Destruction of Ancient Temple
Satellite images provided by the United Nations show the apparent destruction of the 2,000 year-old Temple of Bel by ISIS...
Texas Church Participates in Virtual Papal Audience
Hear from immigrants at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church on what it was like to be addressed by Pope Francis.
Homeless Shelters in Los Angeles Take Part in Virtual Audience With Pope Francis
Hear about a single mom's experience getting to tell her story directly to the pope
Chicago High School Takes Part in Virtual Audience With Pope
Hear from the Christo Rey Jesuit High School student who was asked by Pope Francis to sing a song.
Pope Holds a Virtual Audience With Americans Ahead of Visit to the US
The pontiff holds a special event with ABC News involving Americans in Chicago, Texas and California.
Vladimir Putin Exercise Video Emerges
The Russian president's workout is previewed in this rare look at his routine.
A History of Popes in the U.S.
Pope Francis will be the fourth pope to ever visit the United States. The first pope came to America in 1965.
Pope Francis In A Minute
Pope Francis will visit the U.S. in September. The 266th pope is known for being humble, questioning the church and being an...
WN 09/02/15: Manhunt Intensifies Outside of Chicago for 3 Cop Killers
Joe Biden drops hints about his next move; teacher donates kidney to her 1st grade student.
Nightline 09/01/15: Pope Francis Allows Priests to Forgive Women Who Had Abortions
This Refugee Family Was Smuggled from Syria to Greece; Inside the Ranch Where Glamping Can Cost at Least $10,000 a Week
GMA 09/01/15: Pope Francis Tackles Potentially Sensitive Issues at Virtual Meeting
State Department Adds 7,000 More Pages to Hillary Clinton Email Dump; Miss America 2016 Contestants Reveal Pageant Secrets
This Week 08/30/15: Hillary Clinton Email Scandal Impacting Poll Results?
Guests: Bernie Sanders, Bobby Jindal, Amy Klobuchar, Newt Gingrich, LZ Granderson, Julie Pace, Cokie Roberts
20/20 08/28/15: 'Tragedy on TV'
Lone Survivor's Harrowing Tale of Virginia On-Air Shooting; Years Before Shooting, Vester Flanagan's Big TV Break Turned...
Chaos in Budapest Train Station Amid Migrant Crisis
Hungarian authorities have closed rail traffic from the Keleti train station.
This Week in Pictures: Top Photos from Around the Globe
The latest news photos from around the globe.