(LAS VEGAS) -- With coronavirus infections on the rise again in the U.S., hospitals across the country are trying to meet the needs of thousands of patients who are testing positive for COVID-19, and are in need of medical care. One state that has seen... Read More.
(SAN DIEGO) -- San Diego high school student Nick Herrmann was told by some doctors he might never play basketball again. On June 14, the 16-year-old cancer survivor stepped onto the court for the Torrey Pines High School basketball team and hit a 3-pointer at... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, defended the right of West Point students to discuss race after some Republican congressmen complained that one class at the academy was recognizing critical race theory. During a congressional budget hearing before... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The House Democrat playing a key role in negotiations over policing reform in Congress, said Thursday she feels "tremendous positive momentum" that a bill will be passed in the wake of the Chauvin verdicts earlier this week. "I will tell you we've been... Read More.
By Kiara Alfonseca, ABC News(ALLEN, Texas) -- The arrest and shocking death of Marvin Scott III in police custody have put a spotlight again on the racial disparities for marijuana arrests.Scott, a 26-year-old Black man, was arrested on... Read More.
By ADIA ROBINSON, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- After reaching a "trigger point" with the White House over Asian American and Pacific Islander representation in the Cabinet, Illinois Democratic Senator Tammy Duckworth is "very pleased" with the response to her concerns, she... Read More.
By HALEY YAMADA and MATT SEYLER, ABC News (WEST POINT, N.Y.) -- Seventy-three cadets at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point were accused of cheating during a remote-learning exam held online in May, making it the worst such scandal in nearly 45... Read More.
By MORGAN WINSOR, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed more than 1.3 million people worldwide.Over 57.4 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the disease caused by the... Read More.
BY: LUKE BARR, ABC NEWS (WASHINGTON) — After a gunman walked into a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, last summer, and killed nearly two dozen — mostly Hispanic — people, investigators discovered a screed allegedly written by the suspect, in which he discussed... Read More.
By ALLISON PECORIN and TRISH TURNER, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Talks between the administration and Democratic leadership on a path forward for a COVID-19 relief bill collapsed Friday, with both parties leaving negotiations citing no measured progress toward an agreement and... Read More.
By Bill Hutchinson, ABC News (ST. LOUIS) -- St. Louis police confirmed on Monday that they are investigating a confrontation caught on cellphone video of some white neighbors of Mayor Lyda Krewson pointing guns at protesters marching by their mansion on the way... Read More.