Trump and Macron cap meeting with lengthy handshake
The greeting lasted over 5.2 seconds.
Inside Syria's multiple fighting factions
In the tense days after U.S. airstrikes on the regime of Syrian President Bashar al Assad, Russia’s ally, the U.S. and Russia have traded accusations about siding with terrorists. "Russia has really aligned itself with the Assad regime, the Iranians and Hezbollah ," Secretary of State Rex Tillerson
April 9, 1992: The boys of 'Newsies' reflect on making the musical film
Extracts from movie screens are lighting up with something. You don't see much of these days a lavish to widescreen music gulf. Moody's is an all singing all dancing version of the New York City newspaper boys strike of eighteen nanny nine it's from Disney. And it goes exactly like this. Okay.
US-led airstrike on Mosul may have killed Iraqi civilians
The U.S. military admitted a March 17 airstrike corresponds to a site where 200 civilians allegedly died but the military is still investigating the strike.
Why the health care vote is crucial for the GOP
ABC News' MaryAlice Parks, Rick Klein and Ali Rogin explain why the vote on health care is a pivotal moment for the GOP.
Charles Manson and the followers who killed for him
Charles Manson incited the August 1969 murderous rampage that left seven people dead, including actress Sharon Tate.
Marine commandant urges women in explicit photo scandal to step forward
The Marine Corps commandant, Gen. Robert Neller, made an impassioned request to women who may have been victims of the military's nude photo sharing scandal to step forward, vowed that those responsible would be held accountable and lashed out at male Marines who have engaged in cyberbullying. “I
James Mattis Says He Has the 'Highest Confidence' in US Intelligence Agencies
James Mattis, the retired Marine general who is President-elect Donald Trump's nominee to be the next defense secretary, told the Senate Armed Services Committee that Russia continues to be “an adversary in key areas” and the country must honor what he called the "imperfect" arms control agreement
Everything You Need to Know About Gen. James Mattis
President-elect Donald Trump announced Thursday night that he will "appoint" retired Marine Gen. James "Mad Dog" Mattis to be his secretary of defense. "We are going to appoint 'Mad Dog' Mattis as our Secretary of Defense," Trump said at a rally in Cincinnati, Ohio. "But we're not announcing it
What to Know About ISIS Leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
U.S.-backed Iraqi and Kurdish forces press forward in their efforts to release Mosul, the second largest city in Iraq , from its two-year long occupation by ISIS. At the same time, U.S. officials have indicated that a second front against the terror group’s administrative capital in Syria -- Raqqa