Man's Fight With a Spider Ends With Police at His Door
Neighbors said they heard a man screaming, "I'm going to kill you, die, die."
Nairobi Schoolchildren Dance for Pope Francis
Catholic school kids filled Kasarani Stadium in Nairobi to see Pope Francis.
Russia Threatens Economic Sanctions Against Turkey
It could cost both countries hundreds of millions of dollars.
Two Men Arrested in Berlin for Alleged Terror Plot Released
Police evacuated nearby buildings while looking for explosives.
Debris from US Rocket Discovered Off British Coast
Officials think they've found debris of a spacecraft that exploded in June.
Terror Suspect's Family Insists He Didn't Help Paris Attackers
Family of Mohamed Abrini insisted he was innocent.
Russia Ready to Join France in Fight Against Terror, Putin Says
The French president has held a host of major meetings this week.
Brussels Terror Alert Level Lowered Ahead of Schedule
Comes hours after a suspicious powder led to a mosque's evacuation.
In Uganda, Pope Honors Christian Martyrs, Meets Youth
In Uganda, pope honors Christian martyrs, inspires missionaries and reaches out to youth
Timeline of Attacks in Bangladesh Claimed by Militants
Timeline of deadly attacks in Bangladesh claimed by Muslim militants
Look at Key Radical Islamist Groups in Bangladesh
Look at key radical Islamist groups in Bangladesh, where extremist violence is rising
Mexico Issues Pollution Alert for Mexico's Bacalar Lagoon
Mexico environmental agency issues 'urgent' pollution alert for Bacalar fresh-water lagoon
Australian Christmas Tree Sets Record With 518,838 Lights
Australian Christmas tree sets world record with 518,838 lights, beating Japanese record
Hundreds Protest Jailing of 2 Journalists in Turkey
Hundreds protest jailing of 2 prominent Turkish journalists over Syria arms-smuggling reports
Paraguay Official Fired for Kicking Indigenous Woman
Paraguay president fires head of Indian affairs office for kicking indigenous woman
Dominican Republic Union Leader Held in Murder Investigation
Dominican Republic judge orders transportation union leader held in murder investigation
Magnitude 6.2 Quake Strikes Chile, but No Damage
Magnitude-6.2 quake strikes northern Chile, but officials say no damage, injuries reported
Family of Terror Suspect Insists He Didn't Help Paris Attackers
The family of wanted Belgian terror suspect Mohamed Abrini insisted he was innocent of helping the Paris attackers in an...
Pope Francis Greeted by Conga Lines, Hip Shaking in Nairobi
Thousands of excited Catholic school kids filled Kasarani Stadium in Kenya's capital city.
Debris from US Rocket Discovered Off British Coast
A large chunk of an American space rocket, likely from the ill-fated SpaceX Falcon 9, has been found off the coast of...
Pope Francis Holds Open Air Mass in Nairobi
The pope mentioned the threat of terrorism in his remarks.
Aboard Pope Francis' First Flight to Africa
Amid safety concerns, Pope Francis traveled to Kenya for the first leg of his African tour.
Belgium Warns of Attack With 'Heavy Weapons' and 'Suicide Bombs'
Belgium's foreign minister tells ABC News that the country's primary concern right now is to find about 10 individuals whom...
Deck the Windows Along New York's Fifth Avenue
ABC News' Charli James shows us some of New York's most iconic holiday windows.
Surprise Snowstorm Turns Beijing Into Winter Wonderland
A rare, early snowstorm blanketed the Chinese capital this weekend.
Neighbor's Message to Alleged Paris Attacker: Go See Your Mom!
Salah Abdeslam's long time neighbor pleads for him to come home.
Streets of Brussels Are Quiet Amid Terror Concerns
Schools and the city's subway system are closed as the Belgian capital enters its third day of lockdown.
GMA 11/27/15: Technology Could Slow the Rush of Black Friday Shoppers
White House Lawn Locked Down Over Fence Jumper; Donald Trump Accused of Mocking Reporter with Disability
Nightline 11/26/15: How This Pastor Wants to Make Going to Church Cool
Meet Canadian Tween Pop Music Star Shawn Mendes; Inside a Peru Hotel Suspended on the Edge of a Cliff
WN 11/26/15: Tens of Millions in Path of Massive Holiday Storm
Black Friday Shoppers Get Their Spot in Line Early; Chicago Protests Continue on Thanksgiving Day
This Week 11/15/15: Donald Trump on 2016 Presidential Race
Guests: Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Martin O'Malley, and David Alexrod
20/20 11/20/15: Meet The Trumps
Donald Trump, The Presidential Candidate; Donald Trump's Wife Melania on Their Marriage, His Campaign; How Donald Trump Is...
Bangladesh's Hijras Seek Greater Acceptance
Shahria Sharmin photographs hijras, people who adopt a feminine gender identity.