(WASHINGTON) -- In February, former newspaper executive Kenneth Kurson pleaded guilty to cyberstalking his ex-wife. Months later, rapper Kodak Black was arrested on felony drug charges in Florida before pleading not guilty. And in October, jurors found political operative Jesse Benton guilty of illegally... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- As temperatures continue to increase worldwide, so do profound impacts on our health, including our mental health, according to a major report by almost 100 experts, including the World Health Organization, recently published by the Lancet Countdown. This seventh annual report builds... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- On a given morning, a conservative might grab an espresso from Black Rifle Coffee, which describes itself as "anti-hipster"; open up the soon-to-launch dating app, "Right Stuff," founded by former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany's sister; and buy a cryptocurrency... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- As the 2022 midterm elections approach, some GOP super PACs are spending millions of dollars to oppose primary candidates endorsed by Donald Trump -- suggesting a deepening rift within the Republican Party. In several high-profile primaries, GOP donors -- some dissatisfied with the... Read More.
By JULIA JACOBO, ABC News(LOS ANGELES) -- Juvenile great white shark populations have been increasingly moving up the California coast as climate change warms ocean waters, according to a new study.The marine predators typically remain in warmer waters... Read More.
By DR. NICHOLAS NISSEN, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- With the U.S. on the cusp of an authorized COVID-19 vaccine, public health experts warn that even a highly effective vaccine won't help if people aren't willing to take it."The challenge is... Read More.
By MATTHEW MOSK, OLIVIA RUBIN and ALEX HOSENBALL, ABC News (WASHINGTON) -- The recent scene in Clark County, Nevada, has become increasingly common in courthouses around the country as President Donald Trump continues to push thinly supported allegations of election misconduct and fraud.
By KATHERINE FAULDERS, OLIVIA RUBIN, SOO RIN KIM and LAURA ROMERO, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Vice President Mike Pence warned on Monday that young people across the country are increasingly testing positive for coronavirus, a trend that's been worrying experts as... Read More.