In Chechnya, these men say they fear for their lives because they're gay
Two men, who agreed to speak with "Nightline" in secret, say they were targeted for being gay and had to go into hiding.
US student's death after North Korea release raises questions
At the time of Otto Warmbier's trip, Young Pioneer Tours described their excursions to North Korea online as "extremely safe."
Grammys on The Hill Preshow
ABC News' Geneva Sands chats with presenters and attendees at Grammys on The Hill.
Men hold hands, showing solidarity with gay couple allegedly attacked in Netherlands
After the alleged attack, straight men are showing their solidarity by holding hands.
Investigation into Russian subway attack continues
Russian investigators have confirmed that the subway bombing was a suicide attack.
Security implications follow Russia subway attack
Michael Leiter, a former director of the U.S. National Counterterrorism Center, speaks on "GMA" about who could be responsible for the attack and what it means for security in Europe and the United States.
Allison Williams on what moviegoers might learn from 'Get Out'
Williams appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about her new role in the box office thriller "Get Out"
Rex Tillerson 'Would Not' Call Putin a War Criminal
The nominee for secretary of state faced questions from Sen. Marco Rubio about Russia's involvement in Aleppo.
Step Right Up: Riding the Ferris Wheel at the Hocking County Fair
ABC News' MaryAlice Parks and Gary Westphalen share what they've learned about Ohio voters from high above the fairgrounds.
Celebrities Rally Around Leslie Jones
In the wake of her personal website being hacked, celebrities are expressing support for the comedian and actress.