Stacy London Talks Body Confidence on 'The View'
London joined the co-hosts to discuss ways to promote confidence and body positivity.
Clashes, Oil Blockades Over France's Economic Future
French authorities struggled against nationwide strikes and a groundswell of public anger at a high-stakes government attempt to change the way France views work
The Latest: EDF Staff Join French Labor Protests
France's public electricity provider EDF says that nearly 15 percent of its national workforce has taken part in a strike to demand that the government scrap a labor bill
'After The View': May 26, 2016
The co-hosts continue their conversation on body shaming and ask if Donald Trump has anything substantive to say.
France's Growing Labor Standoff: What Could Happen Next?
France's Socialist President Francois Hollande is engaged in the biggest test of his presidency, facing months of protests and strikes against a labor law that are threatening nationwide fuel shortages
Democracy Helps Fulfill Long-Dead Myanmar Teen's Last Wish
The parents of a schoolgirl shot dead in the crackdown on Myanmar's failed 1988 pro-democracy uprising finally laid her soul to rest this week
Ex-MLB Hurler Winds up for Gov Race, but Could Be Wild Pitch
Former Major League Baseball pitcher Bill "Spaceman" Lee says he has lots of ideas of what to do if he's elected governor of Vermont. Lee has filed his candidacy with Vermont's tiny Liberty Union party, where Bernie Sanders started his political career
Venezuela Breaks up Drug Ring, Seized 3.4 Tons of Cocaine
Authorities in Venezuela said they dismantled a drug-trafficking ring with links to a Mexican cartel after seizing more than 3.4 metric tons of cocaine
In Two-Front War, Clinton Targets Trump's Housing Crash Gain
Hillary Clinton and her Democratic allies are diving deeper into Donald Trump's record on Tuesday, launching a new round of attacks designed to paint the billionaire businessman as profiting off the housing crisis that hurt millions of Americans