Inside Canada's Parliament as Gunshots Ring Out
Shots fired outside the building near war memorial but also in the building.
Canada PM Calls Parliament Shooting a 'Terrorist' Act
Suspect dead, soldier killed in Ottawa shootings.
Ren??e Zellweger Explains Her New Look
She opens up about where she is in life and how it's affected her appearance.
Meet the Hero Who Killed Gunman in Canada Shooting
He is former cop who lives in Ottawa.
Devil Worshiper Hell-Bent on Controversy
Inside this self-proclaimed leader of satanic church's "Black Mass."
Artisanal Brands Brew America's Third Coffee Revolution
Stumptown, Grady's and others bring an ultra-gourmet touch to the bean scene.
Feds Demand New Crash Tests for Guardrail After $175M Verdict
Sen. disturbed by "effectiveness of device," but also by feds’ handling of case.
Michael Bolton Finds New Fans Starring as Pitchman Michael Bolton
Singing icon has reached new audiences poking fun at himself in ads
'I Know I Didn't Shoot a Gun,' Husband Testifies in Murder Trial
Conrad Truman is accused of shooting his wife after watching "Dexter."
Fiancee Risks Return If Couple Doesn't Wed in 90 Days
The stakes are high for couples on the TLC show "90 Day Fiance."
Natural Remedy May Dramatically Change Sexual Enhancement Market
Tongkat ali is an herb popular in Malaysia for its sexual enhancement.
Kesha 'Had a Lot of Trepidation' About Suing Dr. Luke
The singer's lawyer details how she's coping in light of her abuse lawsuit.
Rescuing Children From Colombia's Sex Trafficking Trade
Inside the dangerous undercover mission to save young girls from prostitution.
Tricked-Out College Campuses
Some colleges use water parks and dorm suites with a view to attract students.
How 'Walking Dead' Cast Transforms into Terrifying Zombies
The make-up some characters wear can take hours to apply.
Is 'Walking Dead' Heartthrob Daryl Dixon Gay?
One of the show's executive producers floats his own theory for the character.
Family of Texas Ebola Patient Upset Over 'Unfair' Treatment
Thomas Eric Duncan is the first person to die in the U.S. from the Ebola virus.
How Ebola Victim's Remains Will Be Handled
The hospital will follow CDC guidelines for handling Ebola-infected bodies.
Texas Ebola Patient Thomas Eric Duncan Has Died
Duncan was the first person to receive experimental drug brincidofovir.
What to Know About the Claims Against Stephen Collins
All the details of the "7th Heaven" star's recent drama.
Bristol Palin Describes Moments That Led to Drunken Brawl
She told police, "No one is going to touch my sister."
Inside Singapore Airlines' Private Suites
Singapore Airlines offers private suites with full beds on their flights.
Rock Climber Overcomes Loss to Conquer Death-Defying Rock Wall
Sasha DiGuilian, 21, took on the 1,000-vertical cliff “Viaje de los Locos.”
Satanic Oklahoma Preacher Hell-Bent on Controversy
Thousands of Christian protestors tried to stop this devil worshiper and his followers' offensive "black mass."
Artisanal Coffee Brands Brew New Ultra-Gourmet Revolution
Stumptown, Grady's Cold Brew and other smaller brands could be the future of America's coffee consumption.
Sarah Palin, Daughter Bristol In Newly Revealed Party Tape
Bristol Palin and her mother are heard talking to police after what witnesses say was a drunken brawl.
Verdict Is In: Guardrail Company Defrauded Government
Month after ABC News Investigation, jury says company should've told gov't about design change.
Michael Bolton, Pitchman
Iconic singer launches second career starring in commercials where he plays a passionate version of himself.
Monica Lewinsky: 'I Was Patient Zero' of Online Shaming
Lewinsky spoke publicly about life after her affair with then-President Bill Clinton and vowed to "give purpose to my past."
Making 'Birdman' Film Was a Challenge for All-Star Cast
Michael Keaton says the movie is "100 percent original" and better than most of the movies he's seen.
Did TV Show 'Dexter' Have Role in Utah Woman's Death?
Conrad Truman is on trial for murder, accused of shooting his wife Heidy Truman after a night of drinking and watching...
The Art of Going Blonde
Celebrity colorist Rita Hazan has colored mega stars like Beyonce, Katy Perry and Jessica Simpson.
The Quest for What May Be Nature's Most Potent Aphrodisiac
Chris Kilham believes the herb tongkat ali could blow the sexual enhancement market wide open.
Couple Has 90 Days to Wed or Fiancee May Be Sent Home
The TLC reality show "90 Day Fiance" follows couples brought together in the United States with a K-1 visa.
The Secret to How Singer Charli XCX Writes Hit Songs
The 22-year-old "Boom Clap" singer says she has no interest in being like other major female pop stars.
Details of Kesha's Alleged Abuse by Producer Emerge
Dr. Luke denies the claims of abuse and has filed his own lawsuit for alleged defamation and breach of contract.
Bikers Dash Across Mexico City in Illegal Alleycat Races
There are few rules and no set race course in the dangerous bike races invented by bike messengers.
How Tory Burch Built Her Multi-Billion Dollar Empire
Designing beautiful items that are also reasonably priced is an important challenge to the fashion designer.
The Underground World of Colombia's Child Sex Trafficking Trade
Part 1: Former CIA agent Tim Ballard and team set up a sting operation with authorities in Cartagena.
Undercover for Alleged Underage Prostitution Raid at Colombia Villa
Part 2: Tim Ballard's team sets the trap for alleged child sex traffickers who think they a bringing girls to a party.
Luxury University: Colleges Offer Water Parks, Upscale Dorms
Some schools justify the high cost of building stunning amenities to attract and retain students.
On the Job with Stars of 'Deadliest Catch'
ABC's Ginger Zee takes on an extreme Alaskan adventure with the stars of Discovery's hit show.
'Entrepreneur Whisperer' Secrets to a Successful Start-Up
Linda Rottenberg helps three Brooklyn bake shop owners take their small business to the next level.
Watch These 'Superheroes' Speed Date at New York Comic Con
Best friends Tina Fuu and Alexis Wilson came to New York Comic Con looking for superheroes of their own.
Alleged Underage Prostitution in Philippines
Part 1: "Nightline" goes undercover to investigate Americans accused of selling young women for sex.
Authorities Raid Philippines Bar Suspected of Underage Prostitution
Part 2: Authorities arrest a Texas business man suspected of running a sex ring out of his bar.
War for Paradise: Inside Rio's Violent Drug Gangs
Part 1: "Nightline's" Dan Harris goes deep into gang-ruled shanty towns, where drugs are rampant.
Coming Face-to-Face With a Drug Lord in Rio
Part 2: Police say drug gangs need to be taken down, but the Don says police are part of the problem