Gospel singer Tye Tribbett on faith, 'trap gospel' and a surprising dream collaboration
The Grammy Award-winning singer talked about his inspirations and work with his Orlando church, and named his dream collaboration that might surprise you.
What food should be America's national treasure?
Some French politicians are pushing for baguettes to be designated as a national treasure.
Twin suicide bombers kill at least 27 people in Baghdad , Iraq
The bombs exploded in Tayran Square and wounded at least 90 people, according to the Interior Ministry.
Over 400 killed, thousands injured in earthquake near Iran-Iraq border
In Iran, authorities said at least 407 people were killed and 6,700 were injured, The Associated Press reported.
More than 300 dead after powerful quake
ABC's Molly Hunter has the latest on the massive quake that shook the Iran-Iraq border.
'The Long Road Home' with the soldiers and families of Black Sunday
From Baghdad to Fort Hood, ABC News' Martha Raddatz has followed the soldiers from Black Sunday, the day 18 soldiers and their Iraqi interpreter were ambushed.
'Powerhouse Politics': The story behind 'The Long Road Home'
ABC News' Martha Raddatz discusses her book on a 2004 ambush that pinned down a platoon of U.S. soldiers in Iraq.
'The Long Road Home' tells story of war, survival, and sacrifice
A new National Geographic miniseries, inspired by Martha Raddatz's book, "The Long Road Home," retells deadly attack in Iraq and soldiers' heroic battle for survival.
Behind the real-life events that inspired 'The Long Road Home'
Michael Kelly, Eric Bourquin, and Gina Denomy discuss the real-life events that inspired the new miniseries, "The Long Road Home," based on Martha Raddatz's best-selling book.
Luke Evans on 'Professor Marston': 'When I read the script, I couldn't believe it was true'
Evans appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about his role in the film "Professor Marston and the Wonder Women."