B-2 Bombers Strike ISIS Camps in Libya
U.S. officials confirm that two U.S. Air Force stealth B-2 bombers struck multiple ISIS camps in Libya 28 miles south of the city of Sirte Wednesday night. One official called the airstrikes "a huge success," with more than 80 ISIS fighters killed. One official told ABC News the airstrikes targeted
Nikki Haley: 'United Nations Could Benefit From a Fresh Set of Eyes'
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley, President-elect Donald Trump's choice to be the next U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, outlined a forceful policy for countering Russian aggression, becoming the latest Trump Cabinet pick to take a more confrontational approach to Russia than he has personally
Bond Denied for Accused Fort Lauderdale Airport Shooter
The Iraq War veteran accused of killing five people at an airport in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, earlier this month was denied bond at a hearing in federal court. Esteban Santiago, 26, is the suspected gunman behind the Jan. 6 shooting at a baggage claim at the Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International
Suspect Confesses in Istanbul Terror Attack: Police
The alleged gunman has been identified as Abdulkadir Masharipov, a citizen of Uzbekistan who received training in Afghanistan, according to Turkish officials.
6 Times Donald Trump Made False or Unsubstantiated Claims
Last week, after a dossier of unsubstantiated claims about Donald Trump was published online, the president-elect went on the offensive, calling the allegations -- conveyed to him and President Obama in intelligence briefings -- "fake news" and "nonsense." The memos, authored by a former British
Donald Trump's Incoming Administration's Ties to Russia Continue to Face Scrutiny
ABC News' Alex Marquardt and George Stephanopoulos report the latest political news leading into the inauguration.
Military's Shift Away From Oil Clashes With Trump's Promises
The military has led an unprecedented push to ease the Department of Defense's reliance on fossil fuels under the Obama administration, investing millions over the past decade into everything from hybrid electric ships to wind turbines
Trump's Pentagon Pick Cruises Toward Likely Confirmation
Retired Gen. James Mattis cruises toward likely confirmation as Donald Trump's defense secretary, overwhelmingly prevailing in a Senate vote granting him an exemption to run the Pentagon as a recently retired officer
Key Moments from Rex Tillerson's Confirmation Hearing for Secretary of State
Donald Trump 's pick for secretary of state, Rex Tillerson , was grilled on a variety of topics, including nuclear weapons, human rights and climate change during his Senate confirmation hearings today. He also shared his views on a number of critical regions around the world, telling the Senate
Obama's Farewell Address: 'It Has Been the Honor of My Life to Serve You'
The president gave his final speech on hope and change from his adopted hometown of Chicago where he first became involved in public service.