Strait Talk With Matt and LZ Special Edition Live From Detroit
ABC News Political Analysts Matt Dowd and LZ Granderson hold a special edition of straight talk with the students at the University of Detroit Mercy.
Somali -American Lawmaker Says DC Cabbie Called Her 'ISIS'
Ilhan Omar, who will be sworn in next month as the nation's first Somali-American lawmaker, says she was harassed and called "ISIS" during a cab ride in Washington, D.C
Somalia Recaptures Town From IS-Linked Fighters; 34 Dead
Somali forces recapture town from Islamic State-linked fighters; 34 killed, official says
Somalia Delays Presidential Election for the Third Time
Somalia's government has delayed presidential polls for the third time amid allegations of bribery, fraud and intimidation of voters
US Official Identifies Suspect in Ohio State Attack That Injured 9 as a Man of Somali Descent
US official identifies suspect in Ohio State attack that injured 9 as a man of Somali descent
Residents in Somali Town Resist Al-Shabab Taxes, 10 Dead
A resident says clashes between the Islamic extremist group al-Shabab and villagers in a central Somali town have left 10 people dead and dozens wounded
Thousands of Refugees Rescued off the Coast of Libya
Thousands of refugees trying to reach Europe were rescued off the coast of Libya on Monday morning after their overcrowded wooden boats sent people falling into the Mediterranean Sea.
Was Judge in Stanford Sexual Assault Case Biased?
"The View" co-hosts address the concerns that the judge's lenient ruling was due to personal bias.
Somalia Raid May Have Killed Al-Shabaab Mastermind of Deadly Attack in Kenya, Pentagon Says
The al-Shabaab mastermind of the deadly attack on Garissa University College in Kenya that killed 148 people last year may have been killed in a raid Tuesday conducted by the Somali Army that was supported by U.S. military advisers, U.S. military officials said today. An assessment is still