(WASHINGTON) -- In the weeks before Jan. 6, several members of a far-right militia group discussed the possibility of violence breaking out around the certification of President Joe Biden's election victory, an FBI agent testified on Thursday. Under questioning by federal prosecutors, FBI special agent... Read More.
(TOKYO) -- Thousands of protesters opposed to the state-funded funeral of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe lined the streets near parliament in Tokyo on Tuesday, as helicopters whizzed above and dignitaries from all over the world paid their respects to the slain leader. U.S.... Read More.
(TOKYO) -- Crowds gathered on Tuesday to pay respects and lay flowers near former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's private funeral at Zojoji temple in Tokyo. Abe was shot and killed in Nara on Friday while campaigning for a Liberal Democratic Party candidate. Officials identified the... Read More.
(SAN FRANCISCO) -- It seems to be summer vacation for San Francisco's coyotes, as one was spotted ditching the woods and taking to the city's streets for a downtown stroll. The coyote was captured on video in the city’s Laurel Heights neighborhood by Christian Calderon,... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Ten gun distributors sold tens of thousands of illegal, unfinished frames and receivers later fashioned into untraceable handguns and assault-style rifles in violation of a New York public nuisance law, a new lawsuit filed Wednesday alleges. The defendants include some of the nation's... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Americans advocating for gun reform are taking to the streets in communities across the U.S. Saturday to participate in protests sparked by the back-to-back mass shootings in Uvalde, Texas, and Buffalo, New York. The nationwide marches were organized by March For Our Lives, a... Read More.
(HONG KONG) -- After more than two months of harsh lockdown, China’s largest city, Shanghai, began to unlock at the stroke of midnight Wednesday. As metal fencing came down around most communities and private vehicles returned to the roads, spontaneous gatherings popped up across the... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- The streets of several major cities across the globe transformed into seas of blue and yellow Ukrainian flags on Thursday. Protesters are demanding action from their local leaders regarding the Russian invasion into Ukraine, which has already claimed dozens of lives. In... Read More.
(NOTE LANGUAGE) Ukranian-born Dancing with the Stars pro Maksim Chmerkovskiy posted on Instagram a troubling report about the country, which is now being invaded by Russian forces. Posting from the capital of Kyiv, Maks admitted, "This is definitely not the time where I would normally would be posting... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- The remnants of Hurricane Ida dumped flooding rain, spawned tornadoes across the Northeast and caused dozens of deaths in areas where the storm landed. Here are the key developments: Biden speaks on hurricane response At least 12 dead in New York City At least 8... Read More.
By CATHERINE THORBECKE, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- It was a so-called "David and Goliath" showdown that captured the attention of the world and ushered in the dawn of a new age for Wall Street.But how did GameStop, a struggling video... Read More.