By MINA KAJI, GIO BENITEZ and SAM SWEENEY, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- As air travel hits record numbers since the pandemic began, U.S. airlines are testing and implementing new technologies aimed at reducing contact -- both with surfaces and with people.
By KATIE KINDELAN, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- Less than a decade ago, Jasmine Marie was a stressed-out 20-something working in finance in New York City who was told by doctors that her physical ailments were the result of stress."It was... Read More.
By KATIE KINDELAN, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- A pro-Trump mob storming the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday played out live on TV, on phones, on tablets and on social media, readily available for kids to see.The unsettling protests, during... Read More.
By LUCIEN BRUGGEMAN, ABC News (WASHINGTON) -- The refusal of a little-known government agency to acknowledge Joe Biden's election victory is stalling the president-elect's ability to prepare for taking office, and opening what experts called "dangerous gaps" in the nation's security heading into... Read More.
By LARA PRILUCK, ABC News (SOUTH BEND, Ind.) -- When the coronavirus outbreak shuttered the city of South Bend's public schools in the spring, Dez-Jane Hall began connecting her second grade son to his virtual learning program, using links she had teachers send... Read More.