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President Trump announced the attack, in cooperation with France and the U.K., on multiple targets in Syria.
Fifty years after the Baptist minister and activist's assassination, ABC News' Byron Pitts spoke to people about his legacy.
It's Wednesday, April 4, 2018. Here are some of the stories we're talking about on ABC News' new daily podcast, " Start Here ." 1. Pressing Pruitt EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt was already controversial in environmental circles. But right now, it's Pruitt's activities outside his office that
In his remarks, the president said there is a lot to be unhappy about and vowed to "never sign another bill like this again" but cast his final decision in terms of homeland security.
Everybody this is Byron Pitts and co anchor of ABC news Nightline. And today we're having a conversation with Brian Houston he is the senior global paster of hill song church. Best selling author who has this new newest book out it came out on Tuesday of this week. There is more. Welcome thank you
"There's obviously a thirst for something that this movie provides," Boseman told ABC News "Nightline" co-anchor Byron Pitts.
Ryan Coogler, director of the new film "Black Panther," opens up about the new superhero movie in an interview with ABC News.
Aziza Young blames "America" for her 16-year-old son fearing he won't make it to adulthood.
Winston Harris remembers watching the video of Philando Castile after he was shot by Officer Jeronimo Yanez of Minnesota’s St. Anthony Police Department back in 2016. “You know those seven shots … the video hit me so hard and so deep,” Harris, 19, told ABC News’ “Nightline.” “As each shot rang out