Human Rights Videos
#MeToo, Black Lives Matter and Women's March leaders discuss their movements' success
#MeToo founder Tarana Burke, Women's March co-chair Tamika D. Mallory and Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors talk with Sunny Hostin about how their movements have impacted millions.
February 12, 2018: Sherri Shephard joins as guest co-host for a day of Hot Topics
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Feb. 10, 1993: Arthur Ashe's funeral service
The tennis player's life was remembered by family, friends and celebrities in his hometown of Richmond, Virginia.
Feb. 7, 1993: Arthur Ashe dies at 49
America is mourning the passing of Arthur rash the pioneering black tennis player who campaigned off the court for human rights and for aids research. In place of our usual sports reporter ABC's Dick ship in New York has a look at what Arthur Ashe accomplished that. Thank you Forrest to say that
ANALYSIS: President Trump's first SOTU address
In a lengthy address, the president discussed several topics but can he get congress and the American people behind his rhetoric?
Donkey milk, an unexpected ingredient in the K-beauty craze
"Nightline" co-anchor Juju Chang reports from a donkey farm in South Korea that supplies milk for a Korean beauty brand.
Mattis unveils new National Defense strategy
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis released the National Defense Strategy today that focuses on China and Russia as the biggest challenges to the U.S.
Anti-abortion activist explains why she hopes to change the way America views abortion
Christina Bennett explains why she believes women are disempowered by having the right to choose.
British member of Parliament falls asleep during House of Commons debate
On Tuesday, Sir Desmond Swayne, a British lawmaker, was caught red-handed for all the world to see.
Firestorm over Trump's denial of comments
Lawmakers who heard firsthand the president's reported derogatory comments about Haiti and Africa weighed in on the backlash and Trump's denial of the alleged remarks.