By QUINN OWEN, ABC News(DONNA, Texas) -- The Biden administration for the first time on Tuesday allowed news media inside a Customs and Border Protection facility facing unprecedented overcrowding due to the recent surge of migrant children and families.
By MATT SEYLER, ABC News (WASHINGTON) -- Three major security failures allowed an intruder to drive on to Joint Base Andrews without authorization, meander for hours, access the flight line and eventually walk aboard a military aircraft that is part of the same... Read More.
By JON HAWORTH, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- Southwest Airlines has made the decision to no longer allow emotional support animals on their flights following a decision by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) last month to revise the Air Carrier Access Act... Read More.
By MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News(SANTA CLARA, Calif.) -- The San Francisco 49ers will not be allowed to practice or play in their stadium for three weeks under new county health restrictions that prohibit contact sports.Stanford University's athletics, including... Read More.
By MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News(CHICAGO) -- Staff working while COVID-19 positive, ineffective hand sanitizer and poor PPE practices were some of the concerns raised during the investigation of an outbreak at an Illinois veterans home that has killed 27 residents.
By BENJAMIN SIEGEL, ANNE FLAHERTY and MOLLY NAGLE, ABC News (WASHINGTON) -- General Services Administration Administrator Emily Murphy on Tuesday gave President-elect Joe Biden's team approval to begin the formal transition process, 16 days after he clinched the presidency.The green light... Read More.
By JENNI GOLDSTEIN, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- Convicted felons in Florida who completed their sentences are voting for the first time under Florida's Amendment 4, and experts say the change could potentially swing the presidential election.Under the... Read More.
By ZOE MAGEE, ABC News(LONDON) -- Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, scored an at least temporary victory Wednesday in her lawsuit against a U.K.-based tabloid. A British judge ruled that Meghan can, for now, keep the names of... Read More.
By WILLIAM MANSELL, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed more than 520,000 people worldwide.Over 10.8 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the new... Read More.