Democratic Republic Of The Congo News
Obama Urges Britain to Stay in the EU
President Obama explains why Britain is better off staying in the European Union.
Boston Family Finally United With Adopted Children From Congo After a 3-Year Process
It was a joyful scene on Wednesday when Mark and Mary Maclean were finally able to hug their son John and their daughter Julienne. The couple officially adopted the two children from the Democratic Republic of the Congo a little over a year earlier, but John and Julienne became caught in the Congo
Family Reunited With Adopted Children After 3 Years
After nearly three years of heartbreaking limbo, Mark and Mary Maclean were finally able to bring their two children home after adopting them from the Democratic Republic of the Congo in 2013.
The Reverend Shawn Amos on The Inspiration Behind His Music
The Reverend Shawn Amos tells us the inspiration behind one of his most popular albums and performs his song, "Boogie."
'GMA 40 for 40': Counting Down to 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'
Chris Connelly talks the tremendous buzz that's building for the film's premiere.
Antonio Banderas the Straight Talk on Why He Took Those Gay Roles
Banderas appears on "Popcorn with Peter Travers" to talk about his new film "The 33" and looks back on the life-changing moments in his career.
Hillary Clinton Faces New Controversy
And Hillary Clinton facing a new firestorm over her husband's e-mails. Asking for the green light to give speeches tied to some of the most brutal regimes in the world for big bucks. Jon Karl is on the story tonight. Reporter: With its vast army, nuclear weapons, and the world's most notorious
Email Shows Bill Clinton Sought State Department OK for Paid Speeches
Email obtained by ABC News shows Clinton sought approval for speaking invitations related to North Korea and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Bill Clinton Sought State Department OK For Paid Speeches Related to North Korea, Congo , New E-mails Show
ABC News has obtained State Department e-mails that shed light on Bill Clinton ’s lucrative speaking engagements and show he and the Clinton Foundation tried to get approval for invitations related to two of the most repressive countries in the world -- North Korea and the Democratic Republic of