James Foley Among Young, Close-Knit Freelance War Reporters
Hungry reporters cover the most dangerous conflicts in the world.
Costa Rica to Investigate US Anti-Cuba Program
Costa Rica to investigate US program that recruited anti-government activists to work in Cuba
Argentina Grandmothers ID 115th 'Dirty War' Child
Rights group says 115th stolen child from Argentina's 'dirty war' has been identified
Storms Dump Heavy Rain Across Northern Caribbean
Storm expected to strengthen as it dumps heavy rain on islands in northern Caribbean
Rights Group Asks Mexico Probe Into Army Slayings
Rights group says Mexico's government should investigate army slayings of 22 in June incident
Colombia's Military Meets Face-to-Face With Rebels
Colombia's military meets face-to-face with rebel leaders at peace negotiations in Havana
Rights Group Asks Mexico Probe Into Army Slayings
Rights group says Mexico's government should investigate army slayings of 22 in June incident
C. African Republic Prime Minister Names Cabinet
Prime minister of Central African Republic names cabinet with representatives of armed groups
Morocco Arrests Suspected Islamic State Members
Morocco police announce arrest of 2 suspected members of Islamic State group amid terror alert
Draghi: ECB Can't Do It All, Governments Must Act
European Central Bank head: Governments must encourage hiring, reduce jobless rate
Mexico Creates Special Force for Economic Crime
Mexico creates special federal force of 5,000 gendarmes to combat widespread economic crime
Sole Survivor of ISIS Militant Attack Recounts Horror From Hospital Bed
Man discusses what happened to his family and fellow villagers the day ISIS took control of his village.
Riots Break Out in West Point, Liberia, Over Ebola Holding Center
Violence struck one of the African capital's poorest areas after anger over a recently installed Ebola center.
Chemical Attack Survivor Haunted by Memories a Year Later
On the anniversary of chemical attacks in Syria, one survivor tells ABC News he cannot get the horrific images from that day...
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.
Day in Pictures: 8/22/14
Images from across the globe: Hamas Supporters Rally In Gaza, MH17 Bodies Return To Malaysia, Indiana Underwater, German Zoo...
Michael and Katie Foley: 'Pope Described Jim's Acts as Martyrdom That Will Not Be Lost'
The hunt continues for the murderer of American journalist James Foley.
ISIS Emerges as Top Terrorist Threat to U.S.
A bloody year in Syria and Iraq could make new friends of old enemies.
The Fast-Melting Arctic Ice Cap Could Have a Big Impact on Weather Patterns
NASA: "Over one million square miles of ice has melted since 1970."
British ISIS Militants Nicknamed 'The Beatles' Held Foley and other Journalists
U.S. launches more airstrikes against ISIS in Northern Iraq despite death threat to 2nd American journalist held captive.
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.
Nightline 8/21: With American Ebola Patients' Recovery Comes New Hope
Jessica Alba: 'Sin City' Character 'Opposite of Who I Am'; This Emotional Ice Bucket Challenge Video Gives Real ALS...
WN 8/21: Pete Rose Wants a Second Chance
Record $16.6 billion banking settlement; 'Shades of Grey' trailer sparks a real estate rally.
Neighbors From Hell
A look at when things go wrong at home and with your neighbors
20/20 08/15: "My Strange Affliction"
20/20 looks at the more peculiar afflictions that people are forced to endure.