Friday Rewind: The Facebook killer manhunt comes to a close
Take a look at this week's top news headlines, including the Facebook killer and Bill O'Reilly's termination from Fox News.
Hell on Earth: The fall of Syria and rise of ISIS
Sebastian Junger and Nick Quested take us inside the Syrian refugee crisis.
The Joint Task Force Service Members Arrive at the Inauguration Parade
ABC News' Charli James talks with members of the Joint Task Force, made up of soldiers from different branches of the military.
Classical City: Expanding the Arts in Urban Schools
Carnegie Hall's Ensemble Connect brings music to Celia Cruz High School in New York.
Google Chrome Named Top Internet Browser
Google Chrome has become the top browser in the world, beating out rival Internet Explorer, according to new data. Net Market Share, an analytics firm, said Google's browser had 41.71 percent of the market share in April compared to Microsoft Internet Explorer's 41.33 percent. In third place was
Samuel L. Jackson Talks 'The Hateful Eight,' His Incredible Career and Quentin Tarantino
"The Hateful Eight" star appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about his newest film role.
'After the View': Nov. 20, 2015
Hot topics include One Direction band member's "weird fan" comments, Donald Trump on equal pay and more!
Mike Huckabee: Supreme Court Case Was About 'Marriage Redefinition'
Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee on his opposition to the Court's same-sex marriage ruling.
'This Week' Transcript: Former Gov. Mike Huckabee, Sen. Bernie Sanders
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT STEPHANOPOULOS: Let's turn now to Mike Huckabee , former governor of Arkansas, now running for president on the Republican side. Governor, you just heard Jim Obergefell. What's your response? GOV. MIKE HUCKABEE (R), PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: You know, I'm deeply moved by his
Samsung and 4 Things You Need to Know From the Mobile World Congress
The Mobile World Congress begins today, but that didn't stop some of the biggest technology companies in the world from showing off their new devices in Barcelona over the weekend. With 1,900 exhibitors, most of the big-name companies are wrapping up their press events, clearing the way for the