Hundreds of West African migrants return home from Libya
Hundreds of West African migrants return home from Libya amid outrage over slave auctions
Convicted Dutch arms dealer detained in South Africa
Dutch arms dealer convicted over crimes in Liberia, Guinea detained in South Africa
Serena Williams versus John McEnroe
'Real Live' hosts discuss Serena Williams, Colin Kaepernick, Beyonce and Jay-Z.
Inside Marvel: 'Secret Empire' issue 5 and 'United'
Marvel editor Charles Beacham and "Secret Empire: United" writer Jim Zub dive into the newest issues.
Denzel Washington on Why His Mom Helped Him Avoid Ending Up in Prison
Denzel Washington stopped by ABC News' "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to discuss his acting career and childhood.
Murder Suspect Linked to Family of Victim's Ex-Wife: Part 4
Wendi Adelson's brother Charlie Adelson dated Katherine Magbanua, who is the mother of Sigfredo Garcia's two kids.
World Health Organization Declares End of Ebola Virus in Guinea
The World Health Organization (WHO) declared the Republic of Guinea Ebola-free today. "Forty-two days have passed since the last person confirmed to have Ebola virus disease tested negative for the second time," WHO said in a statement. "Guinea now enters a 90-day period of heightened surveillance
New Ebola Cases in Guinea Reveal Risk of 'Flare Ups'
Two new Ebola cases reported in Guinea reveal the continued risk of "flare ups" related to the deadly virus, according to the World Health Organization . The cases were discovered after health officials investigated three mysterious deaths in a rural village. Four members of the family of the
President Vladimir Putin Claims That Russia Has Invented World's Most Effective Ebola Drug
Russian President Vladimir Putin surprised health officials across the world today when he announced that his country has invented the world’s most effective drug against Ebola . At a government meeting today, Putin told officials that Russia had registered a new medicine against the deadly illness
NYC Doctor, Who Survived Ebola, Says Experimental Vaccine Could Be 'A Way Forward'
A New York City doctor, who made headlines after he was diagnosed with Ebola , said he hoped an experimental vaccine could be “a way forward” for a region decimated by the deadly virus. Craig Spencer, an emergency room physician at New York Presbyterian Hospital, made headlines last year when he