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Injured veteran who climbed Mount Kilimanjaro and Vinson shares story of facing 'dark hole'
Marine Cpl. Kionte Storey and his unit were on patrol in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, when he stepped on an improvised explosive device in 2010. He lost his right leg below the knee and suffered damage to his left leg. He told ABC News' David Muir on Tuesday that he experienced some dark days as
NYC terror suspect called a friend just before attack, official says
The man accused of ramming a truck into people on a New York City bike path placed a call immediately before he carried out the attack on Tuesday afternoon, a law enforcement official told ABC News. The call was placed to Mukhammadzoir Kadirov, who is described by sources as a friend of suspected
Charges filed against NYC terror suspect
The man accused of plowing into people on a lower Manhattan bike path Tuesday allegedly was inspired by ISIS videos he watched on his cellphone, according to the criminal complaint against him. "He did this in the name of ISIS, and along with the other items recovered at the scene was some notes
Amid dialogue of service and sacrifice, a memory of how one general remembered his fallen
The death of four American soldiers in Niger this month has prompted an important national dialogue about service and sacrifice. I have seen that sacrifice up close for many years covering conflict around the world. For me, one of the best and most vivid examples of the respect that these heroes
After Raqqa's liberation, 'a tough fight still lies ahead' against ISIS
The liberation of Raqqa on Friday marked a historic end to the physical caliphate declared by ISIS in June of 2014. Syrian Democratic Forces, who fought for months to reclaim the city, celebrated in Naim Square this week -- driving trucks and waving flags in the same place where ISIS had once
New video of mosque bombing could yield clues on suspect, members hope
The leaders of a suburban Minneapolis mosque that was bombed three months ago have released new footage in hopes of generating more leads for investigators in the unsolved case. The blast rang out at the Dar Al-Farooq Islamic Center in Bloomington on Aug. 5 as more than a dozen people were
Marine who lost both legs is running 31 marathons in 31 days to raise money for wounded veterans
Rob Jones, a Marine who lost his legs in 2010 to an explosion while overseas in Afghanistan, is traveling the country to run 31 marathons in 31 days while raising money for wounded veteran charities. Jones' month of marathons started across the pond in London on Oct. 11. He has since made his way
Mosul's children return to school after ISIS defeat: 'We are not giving up on learning'
Three years ago when Rauiya Saed was in the third grade, ISIS militants took over her neighborhood in West Mosul and closed the school. But at home, the Iraqi girl kept on reading and writing. In her diary, she wrote about life under ISIS -- about other children who were starving while living under
UK terror threat lowered after second man arrested in London Underground attack
Britain's terrorist threat level has been lowered from "critical" to "severe" after police arrested a second man in connection with Friday's terror attack on a London Underground subway car and authorities there cited progress in the investigation. Home Secretary Amber Rudd said Sunday that the
London commuters speak out about bucket-bomb explosion
ABC News' Mike Kay talks to residents in London on the evening commute following the terrorist incident earlier Friday.