Democratic Republic Of The Congo News
John Ridley discusses his Los Angeles riots documentary 'Let It Fall'
Director John Ridley talks "Let It Fall" doc, "Guerrilla" backlash and creating your own narrative.
Congo government: UN experts' murders filmed on cell phone
UN investigators' murders were filmed on cell phone, Congo's government says
Another 17 mass graves found in central Congo , UN says
Another 17 mass graves found in central Congo while soldiers reportedly kill 114, UN says
Congo returns militia leader's body; new chief named
Congo's government says it has returned the body of a militia leader, whose death in August sparked months of fighting with the military that has left more than 400 people dead in the country's Kasai Central province
Conservation through photographing decline
Finally tonight our person of the week. And December 7 world leaders will gather in Copenhagen for a summit. To tackle the consequences of climate change some of the most compelling evidence they'll consider comes from one man and his camera. Bob Woodruff went to the island of Sumatra to meet the
American UN Official Michael Sharpe abducted while traveling through the Republic of Congo
To the index of other news and the American U.N. Official abducted overseas. Michael sharp was part of the group kidnapped while traveling for work in the democratic republic of Congo. Reportedly grabbed by a militia group, they are working to get them released. Back home T fiery crash in Seattle.
Tour of Newseum Exhibit 'Refugee' With Janai Norman
ABC News' Janai Norman interviews Patty Rhule, the director of exhibit development at the Newseum in D.C.
Remembering Boxing Legend Muhammad Ali: Part 3
Muhammad Ali, who died on June 3, 2016, was born Cassius Clay in the city of Louisville, Kentucky.
Michelle Dockery on 'Good Behavior,' Life After 'Downton Abbey'
Dockery appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about her new role in the TNT prime-time drama "Good Behavior"