Gaza Security Official Says Hamas Has Killed 11 Suspected Informers for Israel
Gaza security official says Hamas has killed 11 suspected informers for Israel
Quake Hits Northern Greece; No Damage, Injuries
Quake hits northern Greek region; no damage or injuries reported
Ex-Top Prosecutor in South Korea Admits Lewd Acts
Disgraced former top prosecutor in South Korea admits lewd acts in public
Coal Gas Boom in China Holds Climate Change Risks
Coal gas boom in China threatens to spew greenhouse gases as world tries to curb emissions
After Big Win, India's New Leader Faces Backlash
After landslide win, India's new leader faces backlash as voters see few changes
Most Asia Stocks Inch Higher Ahead of Yellen Talk
Asia stocks mostly higher after Wall St record close; markets await Fed chief Yellen's speech
In Rare Move, Chinese Man Acquitted of Murder
In rare move, Chinese court acquits and releases man convicted of double murder in 2006
Deported Mexicans Find New Life at Call Centers
Deported Mexicans get new life in booming call centers that cater to American consumers
MH17 Remains Return Home as Govt Battles Fallout
Remains of MH17 victims return to mourning Malaysia as govt faces fallout of 2 plane tragedies
Mexico Increases Number of Missing to 22,322
Revising its calculation upward, Mexico government now says 22,322 reported missing since 2006
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.
Day in Pictures: 8/20/14
Images from across the globe: Fatal Landslide in Hiroshima, 'Appalled' by James Foley Beheading, Ebola Claims Fifth Nigerian...
Jihadist in James Foley Execution Video Has British Accent
ISIS video shows beheading of American Journalist captured in Syria.
When Icleand's Volcano Raged in 2010
The Eyjafjallajokull volcano began to erupt in April 2010, leading to more than 100,000 flights being canceled.
Pope's Relatives Killed in Argentina Car Crash
Three relatives of Pope Francis died after the small car they were in slammed into a truck.
US Airstrikes Help Secure Strategic Mosul Dam From ISIS Militants
ABC News' Terry Moran takes us to the frontlines in the fight against militants.
What We Found at Iraq's Most Dangerous Dam
ABC News' Terry Moran heads to the aging structure that was retaken from ISIS.
Iraqi Forces Recapture Strategic Mosul Dam With Help From U.S. Airstrikes
More than half of the 68 U.S. Airstrikes in Iraq targeted ISIS fighters near the dam.
Pope Francis Receives Warm Welcome in South Korea
The pontiff visits South Korea, whose population of Catholics is growing.
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.