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K-Tel Creator Philip Kives Has Died at Age 87
Philip Kives, the tireless TV pitchman whose commercials implored viewers to "wait, there's more!" while selling everything from vegetable slicers to hit music compilations on vinyl, has died at age 87.
04/28/2016 09:25:12pm
Venezuela Congress Votes to Censure Food Czar Amid Shortages
Venezuela's opposition-controlled congress has voted to censure the country's food minister amid widespread shortages
04/28/2016 08:09:25pm
Brother Takes Colombian Politician's Place as Rebel Hostage
When leftist rebels earlier this month freed a former governor held captive more than two years, Colombia's president welcomed the release as a possible sign the National Liberation Army had sworn off kidnapping as peace talks with the group got under way
04/28/2016 07:56:11pm
Iran Calls on UN to Help With US Court Asset Award
Iran asked the United Nations on Thursday to intervene with the U.S. government over a Supreme Court ruling that allows nearly $2 billion in frozen Iranian assets to be paid to victims of terrorist attacks
04/28/2016 07:55:56pm
UN Says 9,333 Killed Since Ukraine Conflict Began
UN says nearly 10,000 people have been killed and more than 20,000 injured since the Ukraine conflict begin in April 2014
04/28/2016 07:55:22pm
Missing Students' Parents Demand Mexican Prosecutor Be Fired
Parents of 43 college students who disappeared in 2014 are calling for the firing of the head of Mexico's criminal investigation agency for what they called missteps in the investigation
04/28/2016 07:34:33pm
US Official Visits Haiti to Assess Progress Toward Elections
The U.S. State Department's special coordinator for Haiti has traveled to the Caribbean country that recently postponed a presidential runoff for a third time
04/28/2016 07:26:57pm
UN: More Aid Deliveries in Syria, but People Still Starving
UN humanitarian chief warned Thursday that despite increased aid deliveries in Syria, people are still starving without medical care and said the world should be 'ashamed'
04/28/2016 07:18:10pm
China Passes Law Tightening Controls on Foreign Nonprofits
China has passed a law tightening controls over foreign non-governmental organizations by subjecting them to close police supervision, a move critics say is an attempt by authorities to clamp down on perceived threats to the Communist Party's control
04/28/2016 07:12:58pm
Mexican General Gets 52 Years for Torturing, Killing Man
A Mexican judge has sentenced an army general to 52½ years in prison for ordering that a suspect be tortured, then having his body burned
04/28/2016 06:58:09pm
Watch: White House 'Appalled' by Airstrike at Aleppo Hospital
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest called the tactics "abhorrent" and "immoral."
04/28/2016 03:36:50pm
Watch: Hospital Airstrike Kills Dozens in Aleppo, Humanitarian Group Says
Three children and the city's last pediatrician are among the dead.
04/28/2016 12:55:48pm
Watch: Russia Launches First Rocket From New Spaceport to Vladimir Putin's Relief
The Soyuz rocket took off early this morning local time from the new launch site in the Amur region, close to the Chinese border, carrying three observation satellites, Russian state television said.
04/28/2016 09:51:04am
Watch: Hillsborough Victims Commemorated After Truth Finally Acknowledged
Criminal charges could be filed in England against authorities for the country's worst sports-related disaster.
04/27/2016 02:38:44pm
Watch: UK's Royal Air Force Drops Largest Bombs Yet on ISIS
The strikes, which occurred April 21, targeted a large complex of tunnels and bunkers in the terraced hillsides above the Euphrates in western Iraq, according to a press release from the Ministry of Defense.
04/27/2016 11:17:13am
Watch: ARCHIVAL VIDEO: Inside Chernobyl 5 Years Later
April 22, 1991: A look inside Chernobyl five years after the devastating disaster.
04/26/2016 01:35:11pm
Watch: State Department 'Outraged' by Murder of US Embassy Worker in Bangladesh
State Dept. spokesperson condemns "brutal murder" of US Embassy worker in Bangladesh
04/25/2016 04:09:12pm
Watch: US Embassy Worker Hacked to Death in Bangladesh
The U.S. State Department said it was outraged by the murder of Xulhaz Mannan, an activist for the LGBT community.
04/25/2016 03:09:04pm
Watch: Irish Teen Creates High-Tech Sleeping Bag for the Homeless
Dublin charity runs workshops where the homeless learn the value of work by making sleeping bags. ABC News meets with the 16-year-old founder behind the project.
04/25/2016 02:53:47pm
Watch: A Royal Handshake: Queen Elizabeth II and the American Presidents
The Queen of England meets American presidents through the years.
04/22/2016 11:15:30am
Full Episode: Nightline 04/27/16: Women Held Captive by Boko Haram Share Their Stories of Survival
Women Held Captive by Boko Haram Share Their Stories of Survival; How School Girl Escaped Being Kidnapped By Boko Haram
04/28/2016 06:24:49am
Full Episode: WN 04/27/16: Ted Cruz Picks Carly Fiorina as Running Mate
A Fall From Grace for the Former Speaker of the House; 200 Girls Kidnapped 2 Years Ago by Boko Haram Are Still Missing
04/27/2016 11:35:09pm
Full Episode: GMA 04/27/16: Donald Trump Sweeps 5 Primary Contests
Superstars of the UFC Head to Times Square; How Michael Shannon and Kevin Spacey Became 'Elvis & Nixon'
04/27/2016 01:16:18pm
Full Episode: This Week 04/24/16: A More Presidential Trump?
Guests: Reince Priebus, Bernie Sanders, Terry McAuliffe, Ana Navarro, Bill Kristol, Jennifer Granholm, Katrina vanden Heuvel, Jon Karl.
04/24/2016 03:08:08pm
Full Episode: 20/20 04/22/16: Prince: The Legend, The Mystery.
Inside Prince's Final Days Before His Death; Prince's Private Life and the Women He Romanced; Prince and the Making of 'Purple Rain' the Movie and Album
04/25/2016 10:57:58pm