Vietnam sentences prominent blogger to 10 years in prison
A Vietnamese court has sentenced a prominent Vietnamese blogger to 10 years in prison after finding her guilty of producing anti-state propaganda
Ride-hailing services transform Vietnam's transport culture
Vietnam's taxi and pedicab drivers are seeing their business dry up as customers increasingly opt for ride hailing services like Uber and Grab-Taxi
Vietnamese dissident recounts forced deportation to France
A Vietnamese dissident who says he was arrested at his home in southern Ho Chi Minh City and forcibly exiled to France said Sunday he is determined to continue his activity as a pro-democracy blogger
Anthony Anderson talks family, career and 'Black-ish'
ABC News' Michael Rothman sits down with "Black-ish" star Anthony Anderson.
Rights group condemns attacks on Vietnamese activists
A human rights group has condemned attacks on Vietnamese bloggers and activists by unknown assailants and urged the government to investigate impartially and bring those responsible to justice
Richard Nixon's relationship with the press, his secret tapes: Part 1
Nixon ordered the creation of the "plumbers" because he was convinced that the Pentagon Papers leak was just the beginning.
'The best leaders figure out where the country wants to go'
Amna Nawaz and ABC News' Chief Political Analyst Matt Dowd talk about the power of political campaigns in America and the good and bad changes they can bring.
Missing Marine laid to rest nearly 50 years after plane shot down in Vietnam War
Vietnam Veteran Lt. Billy Ryan was memorialized with full honors at Arlington National Cemetery after a nearly 50 year journey.
Feb. 4, 1982: JFK secretary on secret recordings inside the Oval Office
A White House secretary provides details on the Oval Office recordings during Kennedy's administration.
Take a tour of the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum
ABC News' Ashley Riegle visits the birthplace of former President Nixon in Yorba Linda, California.