(PARIS) -- Protesters took to the streets of Paris for a third weekend of violence and looting despite French President Emmanuel Macron backing down on the fuel tax hike that sparked the movement in the first place.
Seemingly hoping to rec... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Almost two months after NASA astronaut Nick Hague and his Russian counterpart Alexei Ovchinin survived a failed launch from Kazakhstan to the International Space Station, Hague told ABC News' David Kerley Friday he is ready to try again... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- NASA's InSight lander, which landed on Mars just over one week ago, has transmitted back to Earth audio of the Martian winds, the first time humans have heard these "sounds."
On December 1, sensors on the lander "captured a h... Read More
(ROME) -- The Vatican unveiled its novel Nativity scene for Christmas in St. Peter’s Square Friday afternoon -- sculpted completely out of sand for the first time.
The traditional scene depicting Joseph, Mary and the infant Jesus sur... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- The Marines have identified the F/A-18 fighter pilot killed in a mishap with a Marine Corps KC-30 refueling tanker off the coast of Japan, as the search continues for five Marines still missing.
Captain Jahmar F. Resilard, ... Read More
(WASHINGTON) -- The Trump administration is moving ahead with plans for a second summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un despite growing frustration among U.S. officials about the lack of progress on getting North Ko... Read More
(MANILA, Philippines) -- An American priest has been arrested after being accused of sexually abusing multiple young boys while he was doing missionary work in the Philippines.
Now, U.S. authorities are calling for the public's help in det... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- A U.S. citizen who had been held in Syria by the regime of Bashar al Assad for nearly three years was killed in its custody, according to a human rights group and the State Department.
Layla Shwekani, who was born and spent h... Read More
(KATOWICE, Poland) -- The U.N.’s 24th Climate Change Conference met this week in Katowice, Poland, with around 20,000 people from 190 countries aiming to negotiate ways to slow down climate change.
Participants may hold different vi... Read More
US military observation plane flies over Ukraine in direct response to Russia's actions in Kerch Strait
(WASHINGTON) -- A U.S. military observation plane flew over Ukraine Thursday in direct response to Russia's "unprovoked attack" on Ukrainian Navy ships and sailors near the Kerch Strait last month, which the Defense Department described in a statemen... Read More