Democratic Republic Of The Congo News
Evan McMullin Says GOP Leaders are 'Putting Party Over Principle'
Independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin joins "'This Week" for an exclusive interview 16 days out from Election Day.
Congo Security Forces Killed 48 Protesters, UN Report Says
Congo security forces killed 48 in anti-government protests last month, UN report says
ICC Convicts Former Congo VP of Interfering With Witnesses
The International Criminal Court has convicted a former Congolese vice president and four members of his legal team of interfering with witnesses
International Criminal Court Convicts Former Congo Vice President of Corruptly Influencing Witnesses
International Criminal Court convicts former Congo vice president of corruptly influencing witnesses
Deal Calls for Delay of Congo Vote Until Early 2018
An opposition leader in Congo says government and other negotiators have signed an agreement calling for the next presidential vote to be held in April 2018 _ more than a year after President Joseph Kabila's mandate expires
Congo Constitutional Court Allows Election Delay
The constitutional court in Congo has ruled that the electoral commission can postpone elections scheduled for Nov. 27 to be sure that voter registration lists are updated
EU Steps up Pressure on Congo to End Unrest, Organize Polls
The European Union stepped up pressure on the Democratic Republic of Congo on Monday to end violence in the country, saying it is ready to impose sanctions to end the unrest in the east of the vast nation and to push for elections next year
A Look Inside the Museum of Natural History's Dinosaur Hall
ABC News' Freda Kahen-Kashi takes us inside the Museum of Natural History's Dinosaur Hall.
New Technology Could See Packages Delivered Inside Your Home
Garageio and August Home both say they are working on new technology that would allow packages to be left inside a home when the homeowner is away.