2012 Bridal Expo
Gloria Steinem, Female Peace Activists Cross Korea Border
The group had wanted to walk through the DMZ.
For Now, No US Embassy Opening in Havana
Meetings, however, have been "very productive."
US Won't 'Begin to Consider' Returning to Tripoli Until 2016
Libya embassy evacuated last summer, staff drove in armored convoy to Tunisia.
A Look at Ireland's Historic Gay Marriage Vote
Could become the first country to legalize it through a referendum.
TV Show Takes Family Back in Time to Live Under Nazi Control
Even the rare old currency of the Nazi puppet state will be used.
Photos: Refugees Flee Burundi's Violence and Political Unrest
Protests turned deadly amid elections in the small African nation.
How Elian Gonzalez's Uncle Feels About Tense 2000 Standoff
After his rescue in 2000, Elian was placed in the care of his Miami relatives, who fought to keep him in the U.S. against the will of his father Juan Miguel back in Cuba.
See Dog Pulled From Raging Flood Waters, Given Mouth-to-Mouth
Dog fell into water filled with mud, stones and other debris.
The ISIS Assault on History: Fears for Palmyra
ISIS has officially taken over the city of Palmyra, stoking fears that militants will destroy the priceless artifacts left in the ancient city.
Elian Gonzalez on His Relationship With Fidel Castro
In an ABC News exclusive interview, Elian said his relationship with the former Cuban president is one of friendship.
Gays Wake up to Changed Ireland, Let 'New Normal' Sink In
Ireland's 'new normal': Gays make wedding plans in changing world of acceptance and joy
Ex-Pakistani PM: Son's Kidnappers Want Militants Released
Ex-Pakistani PM says the his son's kidnappers demand release of jailed al-Qaida militants
Poles Vote in Cliffhanger Presidential Election Runoff
Poles choose between conservative incumbent, right-wing challenger in presidential election
Syrian Helicopter Crashes; Activists Say Downed by Militants
Syrian army says helicopter crash due to technical failure; activists say downed by militants
Nigerian Cell Phone Provider Needs Fuel to Prevent Shut-Down
Nigeria's leading cell phone provider urgently needs diesel to prevent countrywide shut-down
Dutch Prime Minister Thanks American Liberators
Dutch prime minister thanks Americans who gave their lives liberating the Netherlands
Official: Syrian Army Preparing for Counterattack on IS
Official: Syrian army preparing for a counterattack against IS in the Palmyra area
Local Elections in Spain Test Upstart Parties' Voter Appeal
Local elections in Spain test upstart parties' voter appeal, ability to threaten heavyweights
Iraqi Lawmaker Slams US Criticism of Iraqi Military
Iraqi lawmaker slams US Defense Secretary's charge that Iraq troops lacked 'will to fight'
Thousands Attend Funeral of Killed Burundi Opposition Figure
Thousands attend funeral of Burundi opposition figure who was killed Saturday night
Watch: Women March for Peace by Crossing Korean Border
ABC News??? Joohee Cho met with the marchers that included Gloria Steinem, Medea Benjamin, and two Nobel Peace laureates.
Watch: State Dept. Releases Clinton Emails; Texas Underwater; 8-Week-Old Baby Hippo Goes for a Swim
State Department releases 296 Hillary Clinton emails; Texas underwater: flooding forcing residents out of their homes; 8-week-old baby hippo goes for a swim at the San Diego Zoo.
Watch: DC Mansion Murder Suspect At Large; ISIS Threatens Priceless Artifacts; Elephant Takes "Elphie" Selfie with Student
DC mansion murder suspect thought to be in New York City area; ISIS threatens priceless artifacts after they seize new city; Elephant takes "Elphie" selfie with student pal.
Watch: California Coastline Cleanup, Migrants Arrive In Italy, Tunisian President Meets With Obama
News photographs taken around the world on 5.21.15
Watch: ISIS Captures Ancient Syrian Town of Palmyra
Officials concerned militants could destroy priceless ruins.