Javier Bardem on the making of 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales'
Bardem appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" and talks about his daily physical transformation into the villain Captain Salazar.
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What happens when a man on a flight says he can't sit next to a woman
Renee Rabinowitz was all set up in her business-class seat for the El Al flight 28 that would take more than 10 hours to get her from Newark to Tel Aviv when she was asked to move. According to the group representing Rabinowitz, prior to departure, a flight attendant offered her another seat at the
Sri Lanka police blamed for not stopping attacks on Muslims
Opposition lawmakers and rights activists are blaming the Sri Lankan government for failing to stop a series of attacks on business places and mosques of ethnic minority Muslims over the past five weeks
Thai PM condemns hospital bombing as security boosted
A human rights watchdog condemned the bombing of a Thai hospital that wounded more than 20 people on the third anniversary of a military coup, saying the blast was an inexcusable crime
2 army rangers killed in troubled southern Thailand
Police say attackers in southern Thailand fatally shot two army rangers at close range, the latest killings in a region that has been plagued by a long-running Muslim separatist insurgency
3 years after coup, Thailand sees sporadic, unnerving unrest
Three years after military leaders overthrew a democratically elected government in Thailand, the country is sputtering economically, watched closely for its crackdown on political freedom and still the site of sporadic but unnerving unrest
Bodies of Cambodian soldiers killed in Africa return home
Tears have been shed and the sounds of cries heard from the families of four Cambodian soldiers who were killed by a Christian rebel group in the Central African Republic earlier this month as the bodies arrived home
China conducts demolitions at Tibetan Buddhist study site
Chinese authorities in southwestern Sichuan province have evicted followers and razed scores of homes at one of the world's largest centers of Tibetan Buddhist learning in a months-long operation that has drawn protests from Tibetans in exile
Danielle LaPorte on her new book 'White Hot Truth'
ABC News' Amna Nawaz interviews Danielle LaPorte about her new book, "White Hot Truth."