What Is the United Nations General Assembly?
Amidst a weekend filled with terror that rocked major cities in New York and New Jersey, the world’s most powerful leaders have assembled to tackle the globe’s most pressing issues, including national security, climate change, nuclear proliferation and the refugee crisis. The gathering -- the
ABC's David Muir Reports on Syrian Refugees Assimilating in America and the Vetting Process in Jordan
"Flashpoint: Refugees in America" is Muir's Third Report on the Refugee Crisis
Fiji ends medal hopes for USA sevens, Nate Ebner
RIO DE JANEIRO -- The USA's medal hopes in the men's sevens are over after it was knocked out of the competition by Fiji at the pool stage. After losing to Argentina and then beating Brazil on Day 1, the U.S. team knew if it beat, drew or lost to Fiji by three or fewer points then it would be in
ICYMI: Serena exits, while Ebner makes Olympic debut
RIO DE JANEIRO -- There were a few ups and downs Tuesday at the Rio Olympics -- golds for Michael Phelps and Katie Ledecky and the U.S. women's gymnastics team , and a surprising draw for the U.S. women's soccer squad. But here's is a recap of some of the other events you might have missed: Another
W2W4: Women's team final, swimming showdowns, USWNT
The action continues Tuesday at the Rio Olympics. Here are some of the highlights: Women's team final (live at 3 p.m. ET on NBCOlympics.com, coverage on NBC, 8 p.m. ET): It has been a foregone conclusion for a while now that this was the U.S. women's gold medal to lose. After the team's showing
Hawaiian Singer-Songwriter Justin Young Talks Diverse Musical Influences
Justin Young has come a long way from singing in the closet because he didn’t want his neighbors to hear. The Oahu-born singer/songwriter had previously harbored boyhood dreams of playing for the NFL, but he soon turned his focus to music, calling it a “slightly more realistic goal.” It stuck.
The 10 must-watch items to add to your Olympic viewing list
RIO DE JANIERIO -- There will be more than 11,000 athletes from over 200 countries and territories competing in the Olympics that begin Friday. That means endless great stories and Olympians to follow, but here are our 10 top athletes and events to watch. Usain Bolt The fastest man in the world has
No Super Rugby for Hayne - ARU chief
Australian Rugby Union boss Bill Pulver has officially closed the door on any chance of Jarryd Hayne playing in Super Rugby next year. The Waratahs announced earlier this week they would not be offering Hayne a contract and Pulver revealed the code-hopper and his management had made clear to the
'10% Happier': Richie Davidson
Neuroscientist and founder of the Center for Healthy Minds talks with ABC News' Dan Harris about his research and relationship with the Dalai Lama.
Former Lions RB Jahvid Best now first former NFL player in summer Olympics
Former Detroit Lions running back Jahvid Best is set to become the first former NFL player to participate in the summer Olympic Games after being approved to represent St. Lucia in track and field next month in Rio. Best will run in the 100 meters for St. Lucia, a Caribbean island with an