By ROSA SANCHEZ and SAM SWEENEY, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- American Airlines will send WARN/furlough notices to roughly 13,000 employees as federal aid is set to expire next month, the company announced Wednesday.This includes 1,850 pilots, 4,245 flight attendants, 1,420... Read More.
By GUY DAVIES, ABC News(LONDON) -- Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny used his first interview since recovering from a suspected poisoning by a Novichok nerve agent to say he believes Russian President Vladimir Putin is responsible for the attack that... Read More.
By AVERI HARPER and BEATRICE PETERSON, ABC News(WILMINGTON, Del.) -- Former Vice President Joe Biden offered a scathing criticism of President Donald Trump in a speech from Wilmington, Delaware, on Friday.The appearance was slated to be about the... Read More.
By KIARA BRANTLEY-JONES, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- In a series of tweets Saturday morning, President Donald Trump targeted news outlets for correctly reporting that the Republican National Convention and his speech accepting the nomination were beat in TV ratings by the... Read More.
By IVAN PEREIRA, ABC News(MILWAUKEE) -- Kristin Urquiza may not have been one of the big names to speak at the Democrats' virtual convention Monday night -- but she had a big message for voters.Urquiza made headlines in... Read More.
(MONTANA) -- In a personal and political Instagram post, Sharon Stone explained her younger sister Kelly and brother-in-law Bruce are "fighting for their lives" in the hospital, suffering from COVID-19. And the actress is blunt about assigning blame. "My sister Kelly, who already has lupus, now has COVID-19.... Read More.
By ADIA ROBINSON and ADAM KELSEY, ABC News (WASHINGTON) -- After both Democratic and Republican negotiators expressed optimism Saturday about progress on a coronavirus relief package compromise, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tempered expectations Sunday, explaining that her party and the Trump administration still... Read More.
By AVERI HARPER, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- In an interview with the hosts of ABC’s The View, Susan Rice, former national security adviser to Barack Obama, blamed President Donald Trump for the surging number of deaths related to COVID-19.
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.