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Man to backyard bears: 'I need you guys to go'
A man in British Columbia in Canada was incredibly polite when addressing a family of bears on his property.
In Chechnya, these men say they fear for their lives because they're gay
Two men, who agreed to speak with "Nightline" in secret, say they were targeted for being gay and had to go into hiding.
Former prisoners in North Korea recall the conditions they were held in: Part 3
American Kenneth Bae spent 735 days in captivity in North Korea and was the longest held American prisoner ever.
President Trump announces changes to Obama's Cuba policy
And good afternoon the president president crop and the vice president of traveling along with him are in. Miami Florida at this moment they flew there earlier today were the president. That's going to be announcing. The new US policy toward Cuba including some. Major changes in the travel policy
Trump set to unveil new Cuba policy
The president is expected to unveil a new restrictive policy on Cuba, rolling back many Obama-era changes.
Chelsea Manning explains why she leaked secret military documents
In an exclusive ABC News interview, Manning talks about why she risked her career to disclose the information and her fight for transgender rights while in military prison.
US State Department accuses the Syrian government of new war crimes
The regime is suspected of carrying out mass executions and burning the bodies to hide the evidence.
President Trump to order review of Clean Power Plan
President trump heads to the EPA today to sign an executive order aimed at unraveling president Obama's sweeping plan to curb global warming. The order will initiate a review of the clean power plan which restricts greenhouse gas emissions. At coal fired power plants the White House argues that
How President Trump's new travel ban is different from the previous ban
ABC News' Amna Nawaz, Rick Klein and Pierre Thomas discuss Trump's new executive order.
Trump's Travel Ban Triggers Global Outrage
The Heritage Foundation's Peter Brookes and Amnesty International's Naureen Shah provide insight into the executive order.