(BALTIMORE) -- The family of 18-year-old Donnell Rochester, who was fatally shot by Baltimore police on Feb. 19, is calling for accountability and answers in a case that has sparked outrage. Rochester was shot and killed while being pursued in his car over an outstanding... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Amid outrage over images the White House said President Joe Biden found "horrible," the U.S. Border Patrol has temporarily stopped using agents on horseback against Haitian migrants in Del Rio, Texas, Homeland Security officials said Thursday. Shortly afterward, White House press secretary Jen... Read More.
Anthony Hopkins' heartbreaking performance as a man battling dementia in The Father turned out to be the winning formula at the 2021 Academy Awards: He won Best Actor for his standout performance. However, his victory did not come without some controversy. The late Chadwick Boseman, who starred in Ma... Read More.
By BENJAMIN SIEGEL, MATTHEW MOSK, MIKE LEVINE and LUKE BARR, ABC News (WASHINGTON) -- Lawmakers from both parties Thursday said outrage over the massive security breach at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday has only grown, and they pledged to determine why the U.S.... Read More.
By BILL HUTCHINSON, ABC News(WAUKEGAN, Ill.) -- The mayor of Waukegan, Illinois, made an emotional plea for residents to stay calm after police opened fire on a car occupied by an unarmed young Black couple, killing one and wounding the... Read More.
BY: IBTESSEM GEUNFOUD and DRAGANA JOVANOVIC(PRAGUE) -- At a "Farewell COVID" party in June, thousands of Prague residents dined outdoors at a 500-meter long table across the Charles Bridge to celebrate the end of the lockdown measures.The Czech... Read More.
BY: WILL STEAKIN AND BRIANA STEWART, ABC NEWS (ATLANTA) — Georgia Sen. David Perdue is drawing outrage after appearing to mock Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris' name while warming up the crowd ahead of a rally for President Donald Trump speech on... Read More.
BY: JACK ARHNOLZ, ABC NEWS (WASHINGTON) -- It is a "complete outrage" that the intelligence community will cease in-person election security briefings to Congress, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., said on ABC's "This Week.""I think the House is going... Read More.