Global Efforts Against Ivory Traffickers Still Falling Short
Poaching syndicates shipped large amounts of African elephant ivory last year despite global calls to dismantle the trafficking networks that often collude with corrupt officials, conservationists say at an international wildlife conference
Britney Spears, De La Soul, Carly Rae Jepsen and More Music Reviews
This week we listen to Britney Spears’ latest, hip-hop legends De La Soul release their first album in 11 years, Carly Rae Jepsen releases eight songs that didn’t make it onto her “Emotion” album in honor of that album’s first anniversary, Ingrid Michaelson releases a brand new album, members of
'Deli-gates' From Jim's Steaks in Philadelphia
ABC News' Jon Karl talks with delegates at a favorite spot for Philly cheesesteaks.
Two of the Year's Best Albums Were Just Released
This week, sample-heavy Australian crew The Avalanches release their long-awaited sophomore album, sixteen years after their debut. Additionally, rapper ScHoolboy Q drops a new album, Kathleen Hanna’s latest band The Julie Ruin make a return, Aphex Twin delivers a new EP, Moloko’s Roisin Murphy has
Andy Warhol Masterpiece Stolen From Missouri Museum
The famed "Campbell Soup" prints have been reportedly taken while on display at the Springfield Art Museum.
What the 'Serial' Podcast Revealed About Ex-Taliban Captive Bowe Bergdahl
We've reached the final and 11th episode of the second season of the most popular podcast in America, "Serial." This season intricately explored the high-profile case of U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl. He left his outpost in Afghanistan and was held captive by the Taliban for five years until his
Man Wanted for Allegedly Producing Fake CIA and FBI Badges
Federal authorities are trying to track down a man who allegedly manufactured and sold fake U.S. law enforcement badges from the CIA, FBI and Homeland Security Investigations (HSI). Those badges were used to attempt to enter restricted U.S. facilities and impersonate federal agents, according to
The Brussels Community Comes Together Three Days After Attacks
ABC News' Molly Hunter spends the day with the citizens visiting the vigil in Bourse Square.
John Kerry Talks Brussels Attacks
The U.S. secretary of state said he would still bring his family on vacation in Europe.