Inside Chrissy Teigen and John Legend's vacation in Morocco
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend enjoyed camel rides, an open air market and the classic architecture of Morocco during their fun-filled family vacation with baby Luna. The Sports Illustrated model, 31, and "Love Me Now" singer, 38, shared a series of dreamy photos on Instagram from their North
Obama Women Travel to Morocco
First Lady Michelle Obama and her daughters dine with the Princess of Morocco.
Easy Meals To Make At Home: Winter Vegetable and Chickpea Soup with Moroccan Spices and Couscous
ABC News' Sara Haines joins Joel Gamoran Senior Resident Chef at Sur La Table for a delicious recipe and some helpful tips!
Trump Campaign Defends 'Intentional' Use of Morocco Border Footage in Ad
The Trump campaign is defending its use of footage of the border between Morocco and Spain in an ad that touts Trump’s hardline stance on illegal immigration into the United States. The 30-second television, ad unveiled Monday, shows footage of dozens of people fleeing across what appears to be a
'Galavant' Stars Join 'GMA' '40 for 40' Live From the Set in Morocco
ABC's "Galavant" stars Mallory Jansen and Karen David said "medieval twerking" happens in season two.
Amid Human Rights Concerns, Bill Clinton Thanks Moroccan King
In front of a cheering audience on the final day of the Clinton Global Initiative Middle East and Africa Meeting, former President Bill Clinton publicly thanked his host King Mohammed VI of Morocco . “[He] just called me and said we could all come back anytime. He was very pleased we were all
Bill Clinton Thanks King of Morocco
Wrapping up the lavish Clinton Global Initiative Conference in Marrakech, the former president thanked his host.
Clinton Foundation High Rollers Meet at Moroccan Desert Oasis
ABC News producers questioned by cops for filming entrance of opulent party.
Behind High Walls: Clinton Charity Moves Moroccan Party Out of View
With its private collection of Arabian horses and a restaurant touting biolight cuisine, the Selman palace hotel in Marrakesh presented an opulent backdrop for Wednesday evening’s reception for Clinton Foundation members and guests. Busloads of the Clinton Foundation’s members and sponsors were