Grenade Attacks Threaten Thai Newspaper, Court
Grenade attacks threaten Thai newspaper head office, court
HK Bankers Add to Calls for Democracy From Beijing
Hong Kong bankers and finance workers add voices to calls for democracy from Beijing
NKorea Denies Drones Were Sent to South
North Korea denies accusations by Seoul that it sent drone aircraft over border
Study: US Manufacturers Gaining Competitiveness
Study: US manufacturers gain as rising wages and energy costs erode China's cost advantage
Jamaican Police Increasingly Facing Murder Charges
As unprecedented probe broadens, growing number of Jamaica police officers face murder charges
APNewsBreak: Ecuador Expels US Military Group
APNewsBreak: Ecuador expels all Defense Department employees in US Embassy's military group
Protesters Occupy Remote Oilfield in Peru
Indigenous protesters occupy remote oilfield in Peru to demand cleanup
Residents of Conflictive Rio Slum Stage Protest
Residents of Rio slum wracked by conflicts with police stage demo in Copacabana neighborhood
Mexico Senate: Civilian Courts for Soldiers
Mexico's Senate approves reform to allow soldiers to be tried in civilian courts
US Threatens to Pull Aid to Haiti Over Late Vote
US government threatening to withhold $300M in aid from Haiti because of overdue elections
President Obama Calls Mt. Fuji-Shaped Ice Cream 'Delicious'
President says he was "very pleased" with dessert.
Afghan Gunman Kills American Doctors in Kabul
Three shot dead, 1 wounded, as guard opens fire on civilian health workers.
Wife of Doctor Killed in Afghanistan Holds 'No Ill Will' Toward Gunman
Jan Schuitema wants people to honor her husband's memory "by opening your hearts to the Afghan people."
Mayor of Ukraine City Says Why He's Detaining US Reporter
American Simon Ostrovsky is being held for allegedly spreading incorrect information about the situation in the country.
Mystery Material Washes Ashore in Southwest Australia
Investigators are studying the unidentified item to see if it is part of Flight 370, but admit they are not getting excited.
South Korea Ferry: Diver Describes Conditions Underwater
Gloria Riviera talks to one of the rescue scuba divers trying on the scene of the sunken ferry.
230 Girls Kidnapped in Nigeria By Islamic Militants
Extremist group Boko Haram accused of mass abduction.
Inside the Make-Shift Home Where Ferry Families Have Camped for 7 Days
An entire village has sprung up to support the search effort and victims' families in South Korea.
What Happens When You Ask a Militant if Russian Troops Are in Ukraine
Alex Marquardt seeks to identify where these highly professional fighters come from.
New Chemical Weapons Allegations against Syria
Reports: Assad government used chlorine against rebels as elections near.
GMA 4/24/14: 3 US Doctors Killed in Afghanistan
Obama Warns Russia of 'Additional Consequences'; Teacher Has Big Prom Surprise for Students
Nightline 04/23: Herbalife Investigation: American Dream for Sale?
ABC's Brian Ross gets answers from Herbalife, Ryan Lewis' Reveals Mom's HIV Struggle
World News 4/23: Pro Football Cheerleaders Lawsuit
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This Week 4/20: Faith's Influence on Politics
Guests: Donna Brazile, Bill Kristol, S.E. Cupp, Jeff Zeleny, Cokie Roberts
20/20 4/18: The Moochers
Workers Claim Thousands of Dollars in False Injury Claims; Celebrities and Their Freeloading Friends and Family
Americans Shot at Afghanistan Hospital
An Afghan security guard opened fire on a group of doctors at a Kabul hospital.