N. Korea Hails Attack as 'Righteous Punishment' Against US
Mark Lippert was in stable condition after undergoing surgery.
Knife-wielding Man Attacks US Ambassador in South Korea
Photos show Ambassador Mark Lippert with blood on his hand and holding his face.
Why Prince William Visited Elephant Sanctuary Minutes From Circus
The British royal visited the sanctuary on a historic trip to China.
17 Dead After Explosion at Ukraine Coal Mine
A rescue operation is underway.
Why You Might Want to Think Twice Before 'Spocking' Your Money
"Spocked" bills won't live long and prosper, Bank of Canada warns.
Microsoft Co-Founder's Submarine Finds Sunken WWII Ship
The team found a battleship that was shot down in 1944.
Turkish Airlines Jet Skids Off Runway, Passengers Safe
The plane landed in dense fog in Nepal's capital.
'Bibi Thing' Draws Shrugs From Netanyahu Watchers at Home
Curious Israelis take note of their prime minister's trip to D.C.
Thousands Gather for Boris Nemtsov's Funeral
Mourners lined up to honor slain Russian opposition leader
Missing Persons Committee Apologizes for Remains Mix-Up
Missing persons committee apologizes to family for giving them wrong bone fragments
Egypt's El-Sissi Replaces Interior Minister in Reshuffle
Egypt's el-Sissi replaces minister in charge of nation's police in Cabinet reshuffle
South Africa to Investigate Spy Allegations
South Africa says it will investigate allegations of espionage against ombudsman and others
Ukraine Blockade of Rebel Territory Fosters Resentment
Ukraine government blockade of rebel territory threatens to backfire as resentments fester
Insurgent Attacks in Iraqi Capital Kill at Least 11 People
Attacks in Baghdad kill at least 11; IS militants set oil wells outside Tikrit ablaze
Burkina Faso Allows Family to Exhume Grave of Thomas Sankara
Burkina Faso: Exhume grave of revolutionary leader Thomas Sankara, key to 27-year-old mystery
Floods Kill 42 People in Tanzania, Authorities Say
Floods kill at least 42 people in Tanzania, as authorities warn of more heavy rains
Poland: Stronger Ukraine Army Can Decrease Conflict
Poland: Stronger Ukraine army can decrease conflict, serve Europe's interests
Thai Court Sentences 'Red Shirts' to Jail for 2009 Rioting
Thai court sentences 'Red Shirts' to 4-year jail terms for violence at 2009 regional meeting
Russia Launches Military Drills in the Southwest
Russia launches military maneuvers in the southwest with more than 2,000 troops
Alleged Assailant Carried Off in Ambassador Knife Attack
Kim Ki-jong, 55, was captured screaming "I knifed Americans" moments after the incident.
US Ambassador Attacked in South Korea
Footage shows Mark Lippert moments after being attacked by a knife-wielding assailant.
US Ambassador Attacked in South Korea
Mark Lippert was listed in stable condition following the attack.
Prince William Visits Elephant Sanctuary Just Minutes From Circus
While on a historic visit to China, Prince William visited an elephant sanctuary that was just a few miles from a circus.
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Obamacare Supporters Rally Outside The Supreme Court, Boston Marathon Bombing Trial Begins, Prince William Promotes Animal...
Iran Could Be Calling the Shots in Tikrit Offensive
Revolutionary Guard Leader Seen Leading Forces in Iraqi Mission Against ISIS.
Israeli Prime Minister Addresses Congress; Justice Department Finds Racial Bias In Ferguson Police Department; Chile Volcano Erupts
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses Congress; Justice Department report finds racial bias within Ferguson...
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Faces Congress
He says Iran is playing a "deadly game of thrones," poses threat to world.
Thousands Gather for Boris Nemtsov Funeral
Mourners lined up in Moscow on Tuesday to honor the slain Russian opposition leader.
Chile Volcano Eruption Sends Lava Shooting Into Sky
The eruption from Chile's Villarrica volcano was visible from miles away.
Nightline 03/04/15: Intersex Children: A Journey Between Genders
'In an Instant': Untold Stories of Survival; 175-Pound Pit Bull Hulk's Big NYC Adventure
WN 03/04/15: US Ambassador Mark Lippert Attacked in Seoul
Healthcare battle goes to the Supreme Court; Sheryl Sandberg's mission to empower women.
GMA 03/04/15: Justice Department Expected to Find Racial Bias in Ferguson Police Department
Cate Blanchett Stars as Evil Stepmother in 'Cinderella'; Shania Twain Announces New World Tour
This Week 03/01/15: John Kerry Discusses the ISIS Threat
Guests: Peter King, Joseph Clancy, Matthew Dowd, Cokie Roberts, Laura Ingraham, LZ Granderson
20/20 02/27/15: A Nation of Women Behind Bars: A Diane Sawyer Hidden America Special
Women Behind Bars and the Families They Left Behind; The Duel Between Inmates and Officers Over Prison Contraband; What Life...
Holi Celebrations at India's Widow Ashrams
Women from several ashrams celebrate the Hindu festival of colors.