(NEW YORK) -- The sky was clear and blue. The gray towers stood, both guarding and welcoming, at the gateway to the nation. Out of nowhere came the impact, the blaze, the smoke -- and then the towers were gone. When the dust and... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Three weeks ago, a 1-year old baby playing at his family pool in Baton Rouge, Louisiana was shot and killed along with his two older brothers. “It was a targeted incident and the baby just happened to be one of the victims... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- As the daily pace of vaccinations in the United States appears to flatten, health departments are increasingly faced with a tough choice. How do you convince residents to get the vaccine? For Dr. Jean Stachon, a county health officer and family medicine... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Police departments across the U.S. are bracing for potential protests after the Derek Chauvin verdict. Thousands of National Guard soldiers have been deployed throughout Minneapolis, where George Floyd was killed and Chauvin, now a former Minneapolis police officer, waits to learn his... Read More.
By CONOR FINNEGAN, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Just over two decades ago, President Bill Clinton had to use a recess appointment to install the first openly gay U.S. ambassador over Republican senators' opposition. Now, on Tuesday, the State Department's new openly... Read More.
By IVAN PEREIRA, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- With the novel coronavirus surging in states across the country, state leaders are scrambling to develop plans to contain the outbreak as many critics say the Trump administration remains largely disengaged.But former health... Read More.