President Trump's decision to cancel a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un underscores the delicacy of South Korea's intermediary status as well as credibility questions President Moon Jae-in now faces
ABC News' chief legal analyst Dan Abrams discusses the types of evidence New York prosecutors could produce against Weinstein.
The disgraced producer turned himself into police today.
The disgraced movie mogul turned himself in to New York police early Friday to face charges in connection with allegations of sexual abuse
At least 15 were injured in the explosion, authorities said.
The nominee for a refugee job at State is drawing criticism for past remarks.
The National Hurricane Center has said a big Gulf Coast storm is likely.
Students and faculty from a New Jersey High School had to disembark after their boat hit another boat.
Promises of Kim Jong Un's family have been broken over the decades many times, and this is nothing new, Cory Gardner says
A former NAACP leader in Washington state whose life unraveled after she was outed as a white woman pretending to be black has been charged with welfare fraud