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Denuclearization successes around the world
A look at denuclearization successes around the world and the challenges posed by North Korea
'Not realistic' to think someone can 'charm' Kim to give up nuclear weapons: Senator
George Stephanopoulos discusses North Korea with Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., chair of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, on "This Week."
Today in History
Today in History Today is Monday, April 16, the 106th day of 2018. There are 259 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On April 16, 1963, Martin Luther King Jr. wrote his "Letter from Birmingham Jail" in which the civil rights activist responded to a group of local clergymen who had
Libya officials say strongman Hifter in France for treatment
Libyan officials say strongman Khalifa Hifter transferred to France for treatment at hospital over 'medical issue'
US strike kills high-ranking al-Qaeda member as campaign in Libya broadens beyond ISIS
An American military strike in Libya over the weekend that killed a high-ranking al-Qaeda member marked a notable expansion in the U.S. campaign there. While previous airstrikes inside Libya have targeted ISIS, the latest strike was the first to go after the al-Qaeda affiliate called al-Qaeda in
Sarkozy questioned by police over ties to Gadhafi
Nicolas Sarkozy is being questioned today by French investigators looking into allegations that Libya helped finance the former French president's victorious 2007 campaign, a judicial source who spoke on condition of anonymity told ABC News. An inquiry began in 2013 into whether Moammar Gadhafi's
Whit Johnson Official Biography
Whit Johnson is an award-winning journalist who joins ABC News from KNBC where he was a co-anchor on the weekday morning show, “Today in LA,” and general assignment reporter. Whit and the morning team won the coveted Golden Mike award last year for “Best Daytime News Broadcast.” Johnson has
'This Week' Transcript 1-14-18: Rep. John Lewis, Sen. David Perdue and Sen. Jeff Flake
STEPHANOPOULOS: And with that,let's bring in Congressman John Lewis of Georgia, a leader in the civil rights movement, who marched side by side with Martin Luther King in Selma and Washington more than 50 years ago. Congressman Lewis, thank you for joining us this morning. Let me just start off by
Hawaiian congresswoman calls false missile alarm 'an epic failure of leadership'
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii is interviewed on "This Week" following the human error that led to a false alarm missile message.
North Korea crisis becoming unsolvable, experts warn, as Trump heads to Asia
All it would take is a miscalculation — an error in interpretation by a single soldier, for example — to plummet the United States, North Korea and the region into war, some analysts warned. Imagine a North Korean surface-to-air missile operator who sees a U.S. B-1B bomber flying closer and closer