(WASHINGTON) -- A new House bill introduced Monday would require colleges to publicly report campus accidents that result in the serious injury or death of students. Some of the accidents that would have to be disclosed include transportation incidents (on foot, bikes, scooters, skateboards,... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- A favorite picnic staple is being recalled, right on the heels of Fourth of July celebrations. "Out of an abundance of caution, Hy-Vee, Inc. is voluntarily withdrawing all varieties and all sizes of its Hy-Vee Potato Salad and Mealtime Potato Salad due to... Read More.
(TUCSON, Ariz.) -- One Drug Enforcement Administration agent was killed and two other officers were injured in a shooting on an Amtrak train that was stopped in Tucson, Arizona, authorities said. Agents boarded the train Monday morning to perform a routine check for illegal guns,... Read More.
(VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla.) -- After a 14-year-old girl and a 12-year-old boy apparently ran away from a Florida group home and allegedly opened fire on deputies, that home -- and the juvenile justice system -- are now under the spotlight. The children ran away Tuesday... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Lawmakers and scientists must come together to make sure policies aimed at mitigating climate change do not increase global policy, according to a new study. While the impacts of climate change are widely considered to disproportionately affect people living below the poverty... Read More.
BY: ADAM KELSEY, ABC NEWS (WASHINGTON) -- A pair of senators who may find themselves at the center of the presidential transition process offered their outlook Sunday on the coming weeks, with both a peaceful transfer of power and progress on pandemic relief... Read More.
By PATRICK REEVELL, ABC NEWS(MOSCOW) -- The Kremlin appears to have obtained an overwhelming vote in favor of Russia constitutional changes that will allow Russian President Vladimir Putin to remain in power until 2036, according to early results in a... Read More.