President Donald Trump admitted he's taking a "tougher" approach on immigration but denied the recent Department of Homeland Security firings are part of a leadership purge.
If Attorney General William Barr was seeking to dispel the mystery about what isn't known about Robert Mueller’s final report, he didn't accomplish it on Tuesday.
Parts of South Dakota could see over a foot of snow.
The vote was passed by a vote of 119 to 1.
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Jennifer Harughty was injured at a game last July.
The outcome appears to affirm Israel's continued tilt to the right.
The actor has played background law enforcement characters in shows such as "The Good Wife" and "Curb Your Enthusiasm."
Democrats and Republicans are voicing their concerns about President Trump's Department of Homeland Security shake-up and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen's resignation.
Magic Johnson has abruptly quit as the Los Angeles Lakers' president of basketball operations
The Dalai Lama has been hospitalized with a chest infection and is feeling better
The women, both 19, were on vacation when they were killed in June 1973.
Nearly half the patients died within 90 days, but most were already suffering from other medical conditions.
He says Purdue Pharma's actions tripled its opioid prescriptions in the state.
Another massive winter storm brings the prospect of renewed flooding.
The man was covered in bees by the time deputies arrived, according to the Yuma County Sheriff's Office.
President Donald Trump said he is not looking to resume a zero tolerance child separation policy at the border,
Prosecutors filed more charges in the 'Varsity Blues' college entrance scam.
The Cavaliers rallied in overtime beating Texas Tech for the 2019 NCAA championship.
When he was arrested, Uber driver Jackie Gordon Willson, 38, was wearing the same clothes he was wearing in surveillance video the day before as he burglarized the home.
North Texas company claims millions of dollars in losses.
Attorney General Bill Barr on Tuesday seemed to express skepticism that the Trump administration's latest position can withstand legal scrutiny in the Supreme Court.
What started as an international telemarketing scam targeting Medicare recipients led to charges against 30 defendants and nearly $1 billion of lost taxpayer money.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday a declared a public health emergency in a heavily Orthodox Jewish section of Brooklyn amid a growing measles outbreak.
The White House responds to court defeat on immigration by saying Trump "will do whatever it takes" to keep Americans safe
The acting Pentagon chief is sharpening his argument for creating a Space Force, amid skepticism among some in Congress that it's worth the cost
The U.S. has a longstanding policy to not pay ransoms, which some families argue endangers Americans kidnapped or detained abroad.
Eric Desplinter, 33, and Gabrielle Wallace, 31, haven't been seen since April 6.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation report validated Moscow's repeated denials of collusion with U.S. between President Donald Trump's campaign
Andrew Lippi, 59, was accused of stealing about $300 worth of household goods.
At least eight arrests have been made in connection with the kidnapping of an American tourist and her safari guide in Uganda's most popular national park.
The San Diego Zoo is preparing its goodbyes to two giant pandas in a three-week farewell event before they head back to China in late April.
The U.S. says the tariffs are to offset what it says are unfair EU subsidies.
Baseball-sized hail and damaging winds are in the forecast.
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Dr. David Dao spoke to ABC News in his first public interview since the 2017 incident.
Attorney General William Barr is set to focus on Justice Department funding and priorities during Hill testimony, but the Mueller report looms.
Although the White House believes that Democrats will never get their hands on copies of President Donald Trump’s tax returns, the deadline to respond is Wednesday.
The U.S. has labeled Iran's Revolutionary Guard a terrorist organization.
Robert Driscoll, whose client was subpoenaed as part of House Oversight's security clearance probe, accused Democrats of engaging in "opposition research."
Robert Driscoll, attorney former White House personnel security director Carl Kline, sat down for a wide-ranging interview for the latest episode of “The Investigation."
Craig Brewer was shot while handing out $20 bills and paying for strangers' meals.
Six states are reporting gas prices higher than $3 including California and Nevada.
Honda's luxury brand Acura is recalling more than 360,000 SUVs worldwide because water can get into the tail lights and make them go dark
President Donald Trump came far closer to closing the border than previously understood, ABC News has learned from two sources familiar with the matter.
At least 35 parents have been indicted on federal charges in the college admissions scandal.
Three American service members and one contractor were killed by an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan on Monday, according to a US military spokesperson.
TV actress Allison Mack has pleaded guilty to charges she manipulated women into becoming sex slaves for the group's spiritual leader of a cult-like upstate New York group
It’s unclear as of now what prompted Randolph Alles' firing, but the news comes less than 24 hours after President Donald Trump forced out DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.
U.S. measles cases are continuing to jump, and most of the reported illnesses are in children
U.S. Secret Service Director Randolph 'Tex' Alles is expected to leave Trump administration
A formal announcement is expected later Monday.
Serebrennikov had been under house arrest since 2017.
Suzanne Muscara, 37, allegedly sent the letter to Collins in October.
Yujing Zhang is set to appear in a federal court in Florida Monday afternoon for a detention hearing.
President Donald Trump has designated Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps a "foreign terrorist organization."
This is at least the second time vandals have defaced the monument.
The unexpected matchup for the NCAA men's basketball championship will come down to a showdown between a 1 seed and a 3 seed.
Boeing's CEO last week admitted that a system played a role in 2 recent crashes.
Tom and Linda Cook said a pole landed in the center of their roof when more poles started to fall, and first responders worked desperately to navigate live wires to rescue them.
The world's largest airline said it's canceling about 90 flights per day.
Yujing Zhang is accused of gaining admission to the club with false claims.
Raniya Wright died from injuries after a getting into a fight with a classmate.
This slow-moving system just produced nearly 200 damaging storm reports.
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Turkey is moving forward with the controversial purchase of Russia’s most sophisticated and advanced air defense system.
Gavin Newsom arrived in El Salvador to learn about the poverty and violence.
House Democrats have asked the IRS to release President Trump's tax returns.
Researchers say overall U.S. airlines are getting fewer complaints.
Caught at the airport, the suspect had purchased a ticket to Amsterdam.