Ex-altar boy refuses to testify at Vatican Guam abuse trial
A former altar boy who has accused Guam's longtime archbishop of sexually abusing him has refused to testify before a Vatican court headed by American Cardinal Raymond Burke on the grounds that he couldn't have his lawyer present
Vatican abuse probe of Guam archbishop heads to mainland US
Vatican officials prosecuting Guam's archbishop for alleged sex abuse have shifted their investigation from the Pacific island of Guam to Hawaii and now to the mainland U.S. to interview potential witnesses
Cardinal aims to wrap up Guam abuse probe before summer
American Cardinal Raymond Burke says he's aiming to wrap up the sex abuse investigation involving Guam's suspended archbishop by the summer
Cardinal sent to Guam to investigate sex abuse claims
The Vatican has sent a cardinal to the Pacific island of Guam to investigate an important case alleging sexual abuse
South Korea Calls North Korean Missile Test 'Severe Threat'
ABC News' Bob Woodruff reports from Beijing with the latest news about North Korea's missile test.
North Korea Launches Ballistic Missile Test
North Korea fired off a ballistic missile into the East Sea from Banghyeon North Pyongan Province early Sunday, according to South Korean officials. South Korea's military is analyzing exactly what type of missile it was but there's a strong possibility that it was a midrange Musudan type,
Supporters of President Trump Celebrate Inauguration
ABC News' Deborah Roberts talks with supporters celebrating in Washington, D.C., after Donald Trump was sworn in.
'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.