War on Terror News
What the 'Serial' Podcast Revealed About Ex-Taliban Captive Bowe Bergdahl
We've reached the final and 11th episode of the second season of the most popular podcast in America, "Serial." This season intricately explored the high-profile case of U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl. He left his outpost in Afghanistan and was held captive by the Taliban for five years until his
Turkey's Erdogan Chases Critics at Home and Abroad
The case against Dutch-Turkish journalist Ebru Umar is one of more than 2,000 open in Turkey on charges of insulting the president.
Judge Won't Dismiss Lawsuit on Harsh CIA Interrogation
A federal judge won't dismiss a lawsuit against two Washington state psychologists who helped design the CIA's harsh interrogation techniques
Regeni Murder Casts Shadow on French President's Egypt Visit
Hours after French President Francois Hollande landed in Egypt Sunday on a visit his hosts say will deepen "distinct and strong" ties, he and his Egyptian counterpart differed publicly over human rights
Bob Woodruff: What Happened When I Went to the Alleged ISIS Breeding Ground in China
As we drove through the streets of Yarkand, a desert oasis town in China’s far western province of Xinjiang , police and counter- terrorism forces line almost every corner. Our cameras are kept close to our chests, out of sight, because despite official laws allowing journalists to travel here
2016 Presidential Candidates React to Brussels Terror Attacks
ABC News' Tom Llamas reports on the latest news from the presidential campaign trail.
Marco Rubio Delivers Remarks Following Republican Contests in Mississippi, Michigan, Idaho and Hawaii
The Republican candidate remains in the race for president, promising a primary win next week in Florida.
Marco Rubio Talks American Dream in Miami
The presidential hopeful appeals to first- and second-generation immigrants.
Republican Presidential Debate
GOP presidential candidates meet head to head in the last debate before the New Hampshire primary.