(NEW YORK) -- As Bill Cosby awoke Thursday to his first full day of freedom in nearly three years, women who accused him of sexual assault and victim advocates we're left reeling from the fallout of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's decision to vacate his... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Although national coronavirus metrics have been declining rapidly, infections in areas with low vaccination rates persist -- a particularly worrisome trend, experts say, as new, and more transmissible variants emerge. Health experts have been emphatic in their message that the best way... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- From the friendly skies to the unruly ones -- the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is continuing its crackdown on disruptive passengers as the agency continues to see more incidents than years prior. On Monday, the FAA proposed its largest fine to a... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy said on Tuesday a growing number of Republicans in the conference are taking issue with Rep. Liz Cheney and he signaled that her days as GOP Conference chair -- the third-ranking Republican in the House -- could... Read More.
By STEPHANIE EBBS, ABC News(ATLANTA) -- A top public health official on Friday she was "deeply concerned" about the trajectory of COVID-19 cases, again urging Americans to continue to take precautions like wearing masks, even as states lift restrictions meant... Read More.
By PATRICK REEVELL, ABC News(MOSCOW) -- Lawyers for the Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny said they are concerned about his health in prison and have accused authorities of blocking access to him.Navalny, known as President Vladimir Putin’s fiercest... Read More.
By ELLA TORRES, ABC News(LONDON) -- London's Metropolitan Police has faced widespread criticism over its handling of a vigil this weekend to honor Sarah Everard, a woman allegedly murdered by one of the Met's own officers, and other women who... Read More.
By MINA KAJI, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- For nearly a year, the job duties of aviation employees on the front lines including contact with travelers, crossing state lines and working in close proximity, have become more perilous amid a global... Read More.
By SOO RIN KIM and LUCIEN BRUGGEMAN, ABC News (WASHINGTON) -- A number of senior officials joining the Biden administration have been working in consulting firms with opaque client lists, which ethics experts warn may undercut President Joe Biden's efforts to ensure Americans... Read More.
BY: ADAM KELSEY, ABC NEWS (WASHINGTON) -- The chief science adviser to the Trump administration's coronavirus vaccine development program expressed worry Sunday over continued public skepticism about immunization safety, blaming politics, in part, for some Americans' reluctance to receive a shot."I'm... Read More.
BY: ADIA ROBINSON, ABC NEWS (WASHINGTON) -- Assistant Secretary for Health Adm. Brett Giroir confirmed reports that President Donald Trump had not attended a coronavirus task meeting in five months, but said Sunday that he wasn't concerned."The vice president briefs the... Read More.