At Least 86 Killed in Bombings in Turkey's Capital
The blasts went off as demonstrators gathered for a peace rally.
War Crimes Charge Against US Unlikely After Kunduz Bombing
At least 22 people died as a result of the bombing.
Pentagon to End Training of Syrian Rebels in Large Groups
Program overhauled to focus on equipping and enabling existing rebel groups.
Surprise Winner of Nobel Peace Prize
Quartet was cited for helping to build pluralistic democracy in the country.
Traffic Jam Traps Thousands of Cars on 50-Lane Highway
These photos are every commuter's worst nightmare.
24 Doctors Without Borders Staffers Missing After Deadly Airstrike
There were at least 22 people killed but there are 33 others missing.
See What's Left of Ancient Arch Destroyed by ISIS
Video shows the main part of the 2,000-year-old Syrian landmark.
'Failure in Nuclear Security': The Moldova Wake-Up Call
Smugglers reportedly wanted to sell radiological material to ISIS.
For Tunisia, Nobel Is Good News in Troubled, Violent Year
For Tunisia, Nobel Peace Prize is ray of good news in troubled, violent year
9 Irish Gypsies, Including Infant, Die in Mobile Home Fire
9 Irish Gypsies, including infant, die in mobile home fire at council-run site near Dublin
Fierce Battles in Central Syria Amid Russian Airstrikes
Heavy fighting in central Syria between army, rebels as Russia launches airstrikes
Pre-Election Violence in Guinea Kills 3, Injures 50
Pre-election violence in Guinea kills at least 3, injures 50 as UN calls for calm
Turkey Imposes News Blackout on 'Gruesome' Blast Images
Turkey imposes news blackout banning use of 'gruesome' images following deadly blasts
Palestinians Stab Israelis in 2 Jerusalem Attacks
Palestinians stab Israelis in 2 Jerusalem attacks before being shot dead by police
The Latest: North Korea Shows off Missiles, Drones in Parade
The Latest: North Korea shows off missiles, drones in military parade marking anniversary
Kim Declares N. Korea Ready to Stand up to Any US Threat
N. Korea parades missiles at anniversary celebration as Kim Jong Un says set for any US threat
Danish Zoo Plans to Publicly Dissect Lion
Danish zoo's plan to publicly dissect a lion attracts protests, but mostly well received
Thousands Demonstrate in Germany Against EU-US Trade Deal
Thousands demonstrate in Berlin against EU-US TTIP trade deal, fear giving away local power
Watch: Inside a North Korean Subway
ABC News' Bob Woodruff gets a rare tour of North Korean public transit.
Watch: Surge of Attacks in Jerusalem Prompts Warnings to Be on 'Maximum Alert'
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu advised citizens to be on "maximum alert" following nearly a week of violent shootings and...
Watch: Group Calls for Independent Probe Into Deadly Hospital Attack
At least 22 people died in the air strike, including a dozen doctors and seven adult patients and three children, according...
Watch: Snowden Says He Offered to Go to Prison to Return to US
Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden says he hasn't received a formal plea deal for returning to the...
Watch: Afghan Forces Requested US Airstrike That Hit Kunduz Hospital
Gen. John Campbell said the airstrike that hit a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Kunduz followed a request by Afghan...
Full Episode: 20/20 10/09/15: '#Unfriended'
Tennessee Woman Claims She's Victim of Online Threats to Her Life; Young Couple Found Murdered With Baby Alive, Covered in...
Full Episode: Nightline 10/09/15: Woman Says She Was 13 When Sexually Assaulted by Acting Coach
Why a Social Media Feud Led to a Young Couple's Murder; New Jersey Town Raises Over $15K For Bear Who Walks Upright
Full Episode: WN 10/09/15: 2 More Deadly School Shootings
President Obama goes to Oregon to console families; Bill Cosby to be deposed .
Full Episode: GMA 10/09/15: Deadly Shooting Reported on Northern Arizona University's Flagstaff Campus
Republicans Reeling After Kevin McCarthy Drops Out; What to Do When Your Car Accelerator Sticks
Full Episode: This Week 10/04/15: Donald Trump Interview Addresses a Range of Issues
Guests: Donald Trump, Chris Christie, Greta Van Susteren, Matt Bai, Tom Cole, Keith Ellison
Photos: Refugees Fleeing Conflict: In Their Own Words
Refugees talk about their experiences on route to find new homes.
Photos: See Haunting Images in Fukushima Exclusion Zone
The photographer went into the radioactive area caused by the nuclear disaster.