By HAYLEY FITZPATRICK, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- The #MeToo movement is releasing a new campaign aimed at giving back to survivors on the third anniversary of the now-famous hashtag going viral.The "Act Too" initiative is
By LIBBY CATHEY, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- What exactly did President Donald Trump mean when he said Monday, after spending three nights in the hospital dealing with a severe case of COVID-19: "I knew there's danger to it -- but I... Read More.
By ELIZABETH THOMAS, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump on Saturday morning, just hours after the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, tweeted Senate Republicans have an "obligation, without delay" to act on his nominee to the Supreme Court, presumably... Read More.
By JORDYN PHELPS and BEN GITTLESON, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- While President Trump has repeatedly mused that the U.S. should slow down testing for the coronavirus as the surging case count has earned the United States the unenviable distinction as having... Read More.
By JACK ARNHOLZ and ASHLEY BROWN, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- To honor the life and legacy of civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis, Rep. Karen Bass, D-Calif., said on ABC's This Week Sunday that the Voting Rights Advancement Act should be... Read More.
BY: SOPHIA TATUM, ABC NEWS (PARIS) — A fire broke out at the cathedral Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul in the western French city of Nantes on Saturday morning and was contained by firefighters in a couple of hours. Over 100 firefighters and 45 trucks were mobilized to... Read More.
By IVAN PEREIRA, ABC NEWS(SAN FRANCISCO) -- It soon may be even more costly in San Francisco for so-called Karens to dial 911 and make baseless accusations against persons of color.San Francisco Supervisor Shamann Walton on Tuesday introduced... Read More.
By ADAM KELSEY, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- As COVID-19 cases continue to surge across the Southern United States, the governor of one of the states which has paused its reopening efforts said Sunday that testing for the virus needs to increase... Read More.
By DEENA ZARU, ABC News (WASHINGTON) -- Amid voting chaos in various primary elections around the country, the Mothers of the Movement, along with group of Black female celebrities, voiced their concerns about voting access in a letter to Congress.