ABC World News Tonight with David Muir is the News division’s flagship broadcast. With unparalleled reporting, World News empowers viewers each day by providing the latest information and analysis of major news events from around the country and the world. Anchored by David Muir, the broadcast draws upon an award-winning team of correspondents, producers and off-air reporters.
Video Shows FL Police Officer Allegedly Shooting Driver of SUV; Celebrating Wounded Warriors on Top of the World.
CDC Warns of New Superbug Resistant to Antibiotics; Construction Crew Uncovers Shipwreck from 1800s in Boston.
US Spending Billions to Maintain Outdated Computers and Software; Meet the 1st First-Grader at the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
Airline Bomb Threats Cause Havoc at Airports; Houston Police Turns to Citizens to Help Find Murderer Who Stabbed 11-Year-Old
Mother Accused of Child Abuse for Letting Her 11-Year-Old Drive a Golf Cart; Cosby to Face-Off Against Accuser for the First Time in Court
Accused Kalamazoo Shooter Escorted Out of Court; Kids Battling Cancer Graduate From Kindergarten.
Morley Safer, Award-Winning Journalist, Dead at 84; US Army Salutes Teen Who Fought Stage 4 Cancer.
Robin Wright Demands Equal Pay for “House of Cards”; American Soldiers and Veterans Scaling the World’s Tallest Peak.
Racial Divide Plays Out in Mississippi Schools; A Year-Long Look at Gang Violence in El Salvador
Outrage Grows Over Long Lines at the Airport; Movie Buffs Still Feeling the Need for Speed 30 Years Later
Donald Trump Accused of Pretending to Be His Own Spokesman; Con Artist Feigns Blindness, Collects Social Security For Years
Health Officials Warn the 2016 Rio Olympics Will Be a Health Disaster; Joan Rivers’ Daughter Lands ‘Substantial’ Malpractice Settlement
South Carolina Ex-Cop Charged in Walter Scott’s Shooting Death; Deadly Bomb Spree Blows Through Baghdad’s Most Violent Day of the Year
NBA Unanimously Elects Stephen Curry as MVP of the League; Joe Biden 'Confident' Hillary Clinton Will Be Elected President
23 Million People in Storm-Threat Zone; Escaped New Jersey Prisoner Back Behind Bars
Rare Look Inside of North Korea; “Little Miss Flint” Tells David Muir Hugging President Obama Was “Amazing.”
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan Not Ready to Endorse Trump; Indiana High School Students Make Viral Video to Raise Money for Prenatal Care.
Fire Ravages City of Fort McMurray, Alberta; First of Its Kind Program Teaches Kids to Ride a Bike.
Bernie Sanders Wins Indiana, Delegate Math Still Favors Hillary Clinton; Thousands Audition for Broadway Hit “Hamilton.”
New York City Church Burns Down Hours After Easter Celebration; Starbucks Faces Legal Trouble for Allegedly Underfilling Drinks