Haitians Trek to Sacred Waterfalls in Voodoo Festival
Some carrying candles or calabash bowls with various offerings, tens of thousands of Haitians have made a pilgrimage to bathe in sacred waterfalls
Turkish Coup Leaders Say They're Imposing Martial Law
This is an ABC news special. Now report. To you did you. Good afternoon I'm David Huard ABC news headquarters here in new York and we are coming on the air with breaking news an apparent military coup. Now unfolding in Turkey. Turkish state television has been seized by the military martial law
Support Sought for Kids Left Behind by UN Troops in Haiti
A group of Haitian women are pursuing paternity claims against U.N. peacekeepers who served in a force that's been in Haiti since a 2004 rebellion plunged the country into violent chaos
Children Don't Migrate, They Flee
ABC News' Serena Marshall talks to the photographers behind the new exhibit at the Russell Senate Office Building which depicts the harrowing journey of thousands of unaccompanied children fleeing violence in Central America to come to the U.S.
'GMA' 40th Anniversary: 40 Years of Historic 'GMA' Moments
David Hartman, Diane Sawyer, Charlie Gibson and Joan Lunden reflect on the biggest moments of "GMA."
'GMA' 40th Anniversary: Robin Roberts' Favorite 'GMA' Moment'
Roberts is reunited with the Poulter family, whom she first met on "GMA" after the earthquake that devastated Haiti in 2010.
One Year Countdown To Election Day 2016
ABC News' Political Director, Rick Klein talks what's next as the race for the white house heats up.
'Clock Boy' Ahmed Mohamed Visits the White House
The Texas teen who was arrested for bringing a homemade clock to school met with the president during Astronomy Night.
Desperate Search for Cargo Ship That Left Jacksonville Headed for the Bahamas
Coast Guard is battling 20-foot waves and winds as strong as 130 mph in an effort to find a rescue ship that went missing Thursday morning.