A man just convicted of murder in the stabbing death of his girlfriend waited until jurors left the courtroom before turning and punching one of his defense lawyers in the side of the head
President Donald Trump says he is considering sending "Illegal Immigrants" to Democratic strongholds _ just hours after White House and Homeland Security officials said the idea had been rejected.
Kim announced Saturday he would be open to meeting with President Trump again.
An inspector general report reveals allegations of harassment.
Islamic State group claims responsibility for suicide bombing at an open-air market in the southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta a day earlier that killed 20 people
Cook ground beef thoroughly before eating, the agency says.
The veteran political operative was indicted in January.
There is a chance for violent storms from Texas to Mississippi on Saturday.
The student is reportedly on life support.
Longtime Trump confidant Roger Stone wants a federal judge to compel the Justice Department to turn over a full copy of special counsel Robert Mueller's report on the Russia investigation as part of discovery in his criminal case.
Federal prosecutors sent letters to students who are over 18.
Pentagon awaits new request from Department of Homeland Security for more support along the Southwest border.
A University of Missouri-Kansas City student is facing charges after he allegedly sprayed a substance toward conservative political commentator Michael Knowles during a speech
A federal appeals court has put a judge's order on hold shortly before it would have stopped the Trump administration from forcing asylum seekers to wait in Mexico
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un says he's open to a third summit with President Donald Trump if the United States could offer mutually acceptable terms for an agreement by the end of the year
Officials say ground beef is likely cause of food poisoning outbreak in 6 states
Pentagon's transgender policy for military service to take effect, nearly two years after Trump tweeted about the ban.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a recall of all models of the Fisher-Price Rock N' Play sleepers after infants died.
It's the latest in a string of problems.
A man was arrested on Friday possibly trying to set himself on fire near the White House.
Mexican authorities say that a group of about 350 migrants broke the locks on a border gate and forced their way into southern Mexico
Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx said that she "invited" the inspector general to look into her office's handling of the case involving the "Empire" actor.
A 5-year-old girl suffered "significant injuries" after falling from the third floor of the Mall of America and may have been pushed or thrown, police said.
For decades, the young women have only been known as Jane Doe and Janet Doe.
The president of an Ohio GOP college group has apologized for a fundraising email that referred to Democratic congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez as a "domestic terrorist."
Planned Parenthood reports that in the first three months of 2019, there were 16 states where a six-week abortion ban has been either filed, moved or signed into law.
As part of the plea deal reached in the state case, Bobbitt has been accepted into a drug treatment program and could face five years probation.
The mysterious young woman is believed to be between the ages of 15 and 25.
Suicide attempts among Texas inmates in state-run prisons nearly triple in the last decade, alarming prisoner rights advocates
Mark Riddell, 36, is set to appear in federal court in Boston Friday afternoon.
Trump has not ruled out a third summit with Kim Jong-Un.
A strong earthquake struck east of Sulawesi island.
Lawmakers are pushing for legislation that would require major carriers to adopt technology that can block the calls. ABC News' Kenneth Moton reports.
The city outlined its case against the "Empire" actor in a detailed timeline.
A new outbreak of tornadoes is possible this weekend.
President Donald Trump used an occasion this week to remind people that he’s in charge: "There's only one person that's running it."
Dnigma Howard, 16, was originally charged with two felonies.
Mark Riddell is due to enter guilty pleas Friday afternoon.
The woman identified her daughter's boyfriend as the man who stabbed her.
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The school still needs to approve the referendum before it could take effect.
The program is no longer being considered, a source said.
Authorities claim the duo knowingly sold infected human body parts.
Students at Georgetown University vote on adding a tuition fee that would create a fund for the descendants of the slaves that were sold by their school.
Julian Assange has been dreading the prospect of American prison, one of his regular visitors told ABC News' The Investigation podcast today.
The Pentagon's new transgender policy for military service takes effect, nearly two years after President Trump tweeted that he wanted to ban transgender individuals.
The Justice Department doesn’t expect Julian Assange to be brought to the U.S. anytime soon to face the conspiracy charge against him, a DOJ official told ABC News.
The allegations are the latest accusations of alleged mishandling of a sexual assault by officials at Michigan State University after the Larry Nassar scandal.
An Israeli spacecraft has landed on the moon, making history as the first privately funded lunar mission
The Senate has confirmed acting Interior Secretary David Bernhardt to lead the department on a permanent basis, despite complaints by Democrats that the former oil and gas lobbyist used his federal position to benefit former industry clients
Former Obama administration White House counsel Greg Craig indicted on Thursday.
Democrats say Barr's assertion hurts his credibility on the Mueller report.
A 90-year-old Florida woman who took home $278 million from a winning Powerball ticket six years ago has sued her son and his financial advisers, claiming the money was put into poor investments while she was being charged $2 million in fees
Julian Assange's life in the Ecuador Embassy was marked by "discourteous" behavior and bad hygiene reports.
Charges unsealed Thursday against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange focus on what prosecutors called a computer hacking conspiracy dating back to 2010.
The president during the 2016 election offered effusive praise for Wikileaks' efforts to undermine Hillary Clinton's campaign.
Assange arrest stands in stark contrast to the praise showered on his shadowy hacking organization in the stretch run of the 2016 campaign by President Donald Trump.
Authorities say a 20-month-old boy survived a six-story fall from suburban Seattle apartment window after the toddler landed on the roof of a parked car that cushioned the impact of the plunge
Police are trying to reunite cremated remains with the traveler who left them behind at Alaska's largest airport
A new ancient human species, Homo luzonensis, was discovered in the Philippines.
A wanted Pennsylvania woman who taunted a sheriff's department online by asking if they "do pick up or delivery" has gotten a response: They do both, and she's in custody
Craig Brewer was gunned down after paying for customers' meals
The children of a one-time minority owner of the Minnesota Vikings and his wife have asked for privacy while they grieve their parents' deaths
The "Glamour Shot Bandit" has targeted six banks within three weeks.
Federal prosecutors in California plan to level fresh charges against Michael Avenatti on Thursday.
A look at key events in Julian Assange's stay at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London
The Sudanese president was ousted after ruling for 30 years, the military said.
The military will take charge of the country for the next two years.
More than 1,000 flights have been canceled or delayed at airports across the country because of the late winter weather.
Assange was arrested Thursday morning after his asylum status was withdrawn.