What does North Korea's third failed missile launch this month mean for the US
Retired Col. and ABC News' Steve Ganyard reports on the latest news.
Meet the 'brave' Syrian women who came to the US to change their country's fate
A delegation of Syrian women visited Washington, D.C., on April 26 to lobby support for civil society in their home country.
US attorney general speaks out on Michael Flynn investigation
Jeff Sessions discusses whether the Justice Department is investigating Trump's former national security adviser and if he would recuse himself from any potential investigation into Flynn.
New deadly superbug threat in the US
More than a dozen patients have died since the bug was first discovered; the bug is especially dangerous for newborns and the elderly.
2 US service members killed in Afghanistan amid ISIS fight
Two U.S. military service members were killed Wednesday night in an anti-ISIS operation in Achin District of Nangarhar province in eastern Afghanistan, according to Pentagon spokesman Capt.
US Senate receives a rare classified briefing on North Korea and its nuclear threat
Now to the intensifying showdown with North Korea tonight and a rare meeting late today, all 100 senators invited to the white house. Traveling by bus for a briefing on North Korea with president trump's national security team. And with tensions rising American and south Korean troops taking part
A look at an American factory making suits for 3 decades
The New Bedford factory employs over 800 workers that sew more than 1,000 suits every day.
Korean-American photojournalist describes living through LA riots: 'It was horrific'
Hyungwon Kang was working as a photographer in Los Angeles in 1992 when the riots broke out, and he documented the fires and destruction on the city's streets.
US installs missile defenses in South Korea
The U.S. military moved key parts of a controversial anti-missile defense system into operational position in Seongju, South Korea.
Donald Trump appears to back away from his campaign promise to build a US -Mexico border wall
Mexico insists they won't pay; the president tries to cut a deal with Congress to avert a government shutdown.