Manila Says Will Not Help US on Patrols in South China Sea
Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana says it is highly unlikely the Philippines will allow the U.S. military to use the country as a springboard for its freedom of navigation patrols in the disputed South China Sea to avoid antagonizing China
USS Arizona Survivor Heads to Pearl Harbor 75 Years Later
USS Arizona survivor Lauren Bruner plans to return to the site of where Japanese bombs sank his battleship in Pearl Harbor 75 years ago
Korean Air Passenger in Beer Fight Gets 2-Year Prison Term
A Guam judge has ordered more than two years prison time for a Korean Air passenger who pleaded guilty with a flight attendant who refused to give him more beer
Military : Airman Who Went Swimming off Guam Presumed Dead
Officials at Andersen Air Force Base say an airman who went missing days ago during a nighttime swim off a Guam beach is presumed dead
'Cuba' Exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History
ABC News' Charli James visits the exhibition on biodiversity, history and culture of the island of Cuba.
Observe Live Animals at the American Museum of Natural History exhibit,'Cuba'
ABC News' Charli James visits the exhibition on biodiversity of the island of Cuba.
San Diego Zoo Hits the Road to Raise Awareness for Animal Conservation
ABC News' Amna Nawaz meets the animals of the San Diego Zoo to learn more about conservation for species native to North America.
In Show of Force Against North Korea, US Air Force Bombers Conduct Joint Flights With South Korea, Japan
Two U.S. Air Force B-1 bombers flew over South Korean airspace today to reinforce the U.S. commitment to its regional ally after North Korea's latest nuclear test. The supersonic B-1 bombers took off from Andersen Air Force Base in Guam before conducting low-level flights in the vicinity of Osan
Missing Boaters Rescued From South Pacific Island After Carving 'SOS' in the Sand
Two people stranded on an uninhabited Pacific island were rescued on Friday after writing "SOS" in the sand, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. After a seven-day search for the missing boaters by an international maritime team, a U.S. Navy aircraft crew spotted them on a beach near an "SOS" sign
Feds Fund New Registry for Babies Suffering From Zika-Related Microcephaly
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has announced new funds to create a registry aimed at helping babies born with microcephaly , the birth defect stemming from mothers contracting the Zika virus . The $16 million, funded from the previously re-appropriated Ebola funds, is to help