(WASHINGTON) -- With less than two weeks until midterm Election Day, President Joe Biden is doubling down on the message that a Republican-run Congress would be worse for the U.S. economy. "If I had asked you -- and we were just walking down the streets... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Venus Williams and Serena Williams, a pair who first walked onto the national stage of professional tennis in the 1990s, have most likely walked off the court together for the last time. The legendary sister act likely came to a close on... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Texas Gov. Greg Abbott defended sending buses of migrants from the Texas-Mexico border to Democrat-led cities amid a feud with New York City Mayor Eric Adams, who accused Abbott of using migrants as “political pawns” amid a crisis on the southern... Read More.
(HONG KONG) -- As much the rest of the world learns to live with COVID-19, the highly infectious omicron variant has finally broken through Hong Kong’s once-lauded defenses. The city was a poster child for COVID control, after going long stretches of last year without... Read More.
(TALLAHASSEE, Fla.) -- A new bill in Florida would ban public schools and private businesses from making people feel “discomfort” when being taught about racial discrimination in U.S. history. It passed the state Senate Committee on Education on Jan. 18 with six yeas and three... Read More.
On Friday, Lady A's eighth studio album, What a Song Can Do, arrives, completing the cycle started by June's seven-song Chapter One. Recorded "around the same time" as the EP, the seven new tracks were chosen from "up to sixty songs" Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood wrote... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- FBI Director Christopher Wray told a U.S. Senate panel Tuesday morning that the bureau has been forced to surge resources toward its domestic terrorism investigations in the past 18 months -- increasing personnel by 260% to help handle a caseload that has... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Federal Trade Commission is not backing down in its antitrust legal battle against Facebook. The agency filed an amended complaint against the social media giant on Thursday -- voting 3-2 along party lines to proceed -- after a federal judge in June... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) — President President Joe Biden is doubling down on efforts to get more Americans vaccinated despite missing his self-imposed Fourth of July deadline of having 70% of American adults vaccinated with at least one dose and 160 million people fully vaccinated. The president was... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- In an effort to boost youth vaccination rates, some New York City schools began offering shots to students 12 and older on Friday. The pilot program started with pop-up vaccine clinics at four schools in the Bronx, and will be followed by... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- As hurricane season and summer wildfires loom large, President Joe Biden announced on Monday his administration is doubling the amount of money the government spends helping communities to mitigate natural disasters before they hit, along with developing a new climate data effort... Read More.
By MICHELLE STODDART and LAUREN KING, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- This is Day 35 of the administration of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.Here is how the hearing is unfolding. All times Eastern: Feb 23, 8:37 pmHouse... Read More.