(BRUSSELS) -- President Joe Biden on Monday called NATO’s Article 5 -- which states an attack on one member nation is an attack on all -- "a sacred obligation," and NATO was poised to update how it will respond jointly to cyberattacks. "I constantly remind... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- LGBTQ advocates are criticizing the Justice Department for a court filing in which the DOJ wrote it would "vigorously" defend a religious exemption that allows federally funded religious colleges and universities to discriminate against minorities. The DOJ also said, in relation to... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Two of R. Kelly's top lawyers no longer want to represent the disgraced R&B singer just two months before he’s scheduled to stand trial in a Brooklyn, New York, federal court on sex abuse charges. Lead defense attorney Steve Greenberg and Michael... Read More.
Laci Mosley is opening up about the racist trolling she's endured since she was introduced as the newest character to the iCarly revival. Mosley, who is playing Harper -- the roommate and best friend of Miranda Cosgrove's Carly, shared a handful of the hateful messages spamming her social media accounts. "I've been... Read More.
(GLYNN COUNTY, Ga.) -- A Georgia judge is considering whether to allow Ahmaud Arbery's criminal history and a diagnosis of mental illness to be presented at the trial of the three white men accused of tracking down the 25-year-old Black man and fatally shooting... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Former Acting U.S. Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller testified Wednesday that he was concerned in the days before the Jan. 6 insurrection that sending troops to the Capitol would fan fears of a military coup or conspiracies that advisers to the president... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Monday rejected GOP claims Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters was "inciting violence" when she said in Minnesota over the weekend that protesters need "to get more confrontational" if former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is found not guilty... Read More.
(SANTA ROSA, Calif.) -- The former Northern California home of an expert police use-of-force witness who testified last week for the defense in the Derek Chauvin murder trial was targeted over the weekend by vandals, police said. Police in Santa Rosa, California, said the vandalism... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- A U.S. defense official confirmed to ABC News Tuesday that President Joe Biden will withdraw all U.S. forces from Afghanistan by Sept. 11, the 20th anniversary of American involvement in the country's longest war. There are roughly 2,500 U.S. troops in Afghanistan now.... Read More.
(MINNEAPOLIS) -- Medical personnel from various backgrounds have testified in Derek Chauvin's trial, often painting a grave picture of George Floyd's final moments. Paramedics found Floyd had no pulse upon arriving at the scene, and a respiratory expert said even a healthy person would have... Read More.
BY: LUIS MARTINEZ AND MATT SEYLER, ABC NEWS (WASHINGTON) — Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan on Sunday as a May 1 deadline looms for the possible withdrawal of all U.S. troops from the country. The deadline was part... Read More.
By JOOHEE CHO, ABC News (SEOUL, South Korea) -- The U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin has stressed that the American alliance with South Korea has “never been more important” given “unprecedented challenges" from North Korea and China in his first trip to... Read More.