South Korean TV celebrity admits to secretly filming, sharing sex videos

(SEOUL, South Korea) -- A singer and television celebrity in South Korea has admitted to secretly filming and sharing sex videos on the group chat of a social networking app, and has announced his retirement from show business. Jung Joon-young apolog... Read More

George and Amal Clooney attend charity dinner at Buckingham Palace

(LONDON) --  George and Amal Clooney attended a dinner hosted by the Prince of Wales at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday night.

The dinner, celebrating Prince Charles'... Read More

In Venezuela, hospitals struggling to keep patients alive amid daily blackouts

(CARACAS, Venezuela) -- In Venezuela, the country's most needy are trying to stay alive in hospitals despite little to no power.

The emergency room chief at a private hospital in Caracas took ABC News through a dark maze to show the desper... Read More

In reversal, US withdrawing all embassy personnel from Venezuela amid days of blackouts, protests

(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. is withdrawing its remaining diplomatic personnel from the embassy in Venezuela, citing the "deteriorating situation" given days of blackouts, increased water shortages and the threat of further protests.

The decision ... Read More

Slovenian woman accused of insurance fraud after sawing off her hand

(NEW YORK) -- A terrible accident or a terribly imperfect crime?

Police and prosecutors in Slovenia are trying to determine the truth after a 21-year-old woman cut off her hand with a circular saw in January this year.

Her family says t... Read More

Brexit chaos: Theresa May's government loses crucial vote once again on flagship Brexit deal

(LONDON) -- British Prime Minister Theresa May has suffered a huge setback after her Brexit deal was voted down by lawmakers for the second time in three months, even as the deadline for leaving the European Union approaches in less than three weeks.... Read More

U.S. Army captain, brothers, a law student, international aid workers among the 157 killed in an Ethiopian Airlines crash

(NEW YORK) --  Making the world a "better place" was how heartbroken family members remembers loved once who were among the 157 people aboard the Ethiopian Airlines flight that crashed just minutes after takeoff on Sunday morning.

No one ... Read More

China, Ethiopia, Indonesia, European Union ground Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft after crash

(LONDON) -- A growing list of airline carriers and aviation regulators around the world are grounding fleets of the Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft in the wake of a crash of the same model that killed all 157 people on board.

A new Boeing 737 Max 8 ... Read More

K-pop superstar investigated as part of prostitution probe

(SEOUL, South Korea) -- A member of a K-pop boy band is being investigated by South Korean authorities involving prostitution at a nightclub in Seoul, according to reports.

BIGBANG member Seungri, whose birth name is Lee Seung-hyun, alleg... Read More

Duchess Kate visits children's center in London

(LONDON) -- Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, traded her traditional dress look for a chic blouse and trouser for a hands-on visit Tuesday with kids.

Kate, 37, wore a purple tie neck blouse and black wide-leg trousers for her visit to the H... Read More

Malaysian court drops charges against suspect in murder of Kim Jong Un's half brother

(SEOUL, South Korea) -- Prosecutors in Malaysia have dropped charges against a suspect in the killing of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s half brother, Kim Jong Nam.

Kim Jong Nam was murdered two years ago at Kuala Lumpur Internati... Read More

It's all about the hats as Duchesses Kate and Meghan step out to celebrate Commonwealth Day

(LONDON) --  Duchesses Kate and Meghan proved it is all about the hats as they stepped out with their husbands and other members of the royal family to celebrate Commonwealth Day.

Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, color-blocked in a red... Read More

8 Americans among 157 people killed in Ethiopian Airlines crash: Officials

(ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia) -- An Ethiopian Airlines with 157 people on board, including eight Americans, crashed Sunday just minutes after taking off from Ethiopia's capital, according to the airline and reports.

Everyone on board was presume... Read More

Roads near UK's Parliament reopened after vehicle deemed 'non-suspicious': Met Police

(LONDON) -- London’s Metropolitan Police have reopened roads near the United Kingdom's Houses of Parliament after an investigation concluded that a vehicle thought to be suspicious earlier on Saturday morning was not suspicious after all, accor... Read More