Headlines
Deadly Heatwave Melting Roads
The death toll from 113-degree heatwave in India surpasses 1,100.
Explosion Narrowly Avoided After Fire Engulfs Ship Carrying Fertilizer
The freighter was en route from the U.K. to Germany.
See Man's Body Covered With 1.1 Million Bees
He was stung over 2,000 times ... and survived, and set a world record.
Volcano Erupts in Galapagos -- but Wildlife Has Bigger Problems
Man-made threats pose far greater danger, experts say.
Galapagos Island Volcano Erupts, Threatening Fragile Ecosystem
Wolf volcano hasn't erupted in 33 years.
Fighter Jets Scramble Following at Least 6 Threats to Planes
Several planes had to be escorted to remote areas at JFK Airport.
Deadly Tornado Leaves Cars at 90-Degree Angle
A tornado hit the town of Ciudad Acuna, 2 miles from Laughlin Air Force base.
Gloria Steinem, Female Peace Activists Cross Korea Border
The group had wanted to walk through the DMZ.
For Now, No US Embassy Opening in Havana
Meetings, however, have been "very productive."
Shocking Ads Ignite Debate About Abortion Ban in Chile
Shocking ads in Chile stoke debate about easing one of the world's toughest abortion bans
Philippine Economic Growth Slows to 5.2 Percent in 1Q
Sluggish government spending slows Philippine economic growth to 5.2 percent in 1Q
Ex-Chinese Legislator on Trial for Organizing Prostitution
Former Chinese legislator, 46 others, on trial for organizing prostitution in southern China
Colombian Rebel Peace Negotiator Among Dead in Military Raid
Colombian rebels say peace negotiator among guerrillas killed in attack by military
Poor Construction, Safety Checks Blamed for Fatal China Fire
Poor construction, lax safety checks blamed for China rest home fire that killed 38
Mexico Drops Charges Against 4 Men, Finds They Were Tortured
Mexico judge drops charges against 4 men in 2008 grenade attack, finds they were tortured
Anti-Mining Protesters Square off With Troops in South Peru
Protesters square off with police over big Mexican-owned mining project in southern Peru
Burundi Urges Citizens to Donate Money to Pay for Elections
Amid outside threats to cut aid, Burundi's government urges citizens to donate for elections
US Senator in Cuba Says Normal Relations 'Weeks Away'
US senator on visit to Cuba says normal relations 'weeks away' but embargo lift will take time
Greece Says Deal Close, Schaeuble Quashes Optimism
Markets rally as Greece says deal with lenders close, but Schaeuble checks optimism
Videos
FIFA Officials Charged With Corruption
Six top-ranking FIFA officials arrested in Zurich, Switzerland, at their 5-star hotel, as the U.S indicts 14 individuals on...
See Man's Body Covered With 1.1 Million Bees
Wearing only his underpants, Gao Bingguo set a new Guinness World Record after he covered himself with almost 1.1 million...
: Houston Flooding: 3 Dead, More Rain Expected; Body found in New York Kayak Murder Case; Iraq Launches Operation Against ISIS
Houston floods: 3 dead and flash flood warnings in effect; Body found in New York kayak murder case; Iraq launches operation...
Day in Pictures: 5/26/2015
Images from across the globe: Motorists Stranded By Deadly Texas Flash Floods, Burundi Political Tensions Rise, Japan's...
International Hotspot: Fighting ISIS in Iraq
Iraqi soldiers launch offensive and Shia militia trains volunteers to fight militants.
Women March for Peace by Crossing Korean Border
ABC News’ Joohee Cho met with the marchers that included Gloria Steinem, Medea Benjamin, and two Nobel Peace laureates.
State Dept. Releases Clinton Emails; Texas Underwater; 8-Week-Old Baby Hippo Goes for a Swim
State Department releases 296 Hillary Clinton emails; Texas underwater: flooding forcing residents out of their homes;...
DC Mansion Murder Suspect At Large; ISIS Threatens Priceless Artifacts; Elephant Takes "Elphie" Selfie with Student
DC mansion murder suspect thought to be in New York City area; ISIS threatens priceless artifacts after they seize new city;...
WN 05/27/15: Anthrax Mistake: Pentagon Accidentally Sent Live Anthrax to 9 States
Nineteen dead and 14 missing as another severe storm system is about to move in; Tracy Morgan settles with Walmart.
GMA 05/27/15: FIFA Officials Arrested in Corruption Investigation
LeBron James Leads Cleveland Cavaliers Into NBA Finals; Melissa McCarthy on Body Shaming: 'People Don't Stop at Size 12'
Nightline 5/26/15: Massive Texas Flooding Leads to Widespread Death and Destruction
Breastfeeding Model Defends Controversial Elle Australia Cover; Famous Last Texts From the Ex
This Week 05/24/15: Hillary Clinton Benghazi Emails Get Released
Guests: John Kasich, Mac Thornberry, Donna Brazile, S.E. Cupp, Rep. Keith Ellison, Bill Kristol
20/20 05/22/15: Who's Freeloading?
Worker's Compensation Fraudsters Caught Faking Injuries; Woman Discovers House Was Stolen in Real Estate Rip-Off; Police Nab...
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