US Officials Ask How ISIS Got So Many Toyota Trucks
Scores of Toyota pickups seen in terror videos to dismay of Iraqi officials.
Forest Service Doubles Fleet of Large Firefighting Planes
ABC News investigated danger in failure to replace lost and aging aircraft.
IKEA Removes Window Blinds Hazardous To Kids
Home ware giant latest to phase out widely-used product over safety concerns.
Soldiers, Families at Risk in Military Housing, At Home and Abroad
“Door locks and latches that could potentially trap children in closets..."
Lawmakers Renew Push for Black Lung Benefit Reform
Black lung benefits program was focus of 2013 ABC News investigation.
Ex-House Speaker Hastert Lawyers Talking Possible Plea Deal
Prosecutors, defense lawyers discussing plea in ex-US House Speaker Hastert's hush-money case
FBI Arrests Chinese Millionaire Once Tied to Clinton $$ Scandal
Ng Lap Seng charged with lying about cash brought into U.S.
Guardrail Maker Walks Out On First Day Of New Crash Test
Company spokesperson says state safety officials have an agenda.
Former Top UN Official Accused in Chinese Bribery Investigation
Six people arrested, linked to Chinese businessman bearing millions in cash.
Jury Selection for Coal King Trial Begins Today
Senator said Don Blankenship has “blood on his hands” for deaths of miners.
Johns Hopkins Quietly Drops Black Lung Program
ABC News investigated suspect black lung readings benefiting big coal.
Investigation Impact: Miners Get Another Shot at Black Lung Benefits
After ABC News report aired, the U.S. Labor Department threw out a doctor's findings.
Americans Lose Billions in Chinese Investment Frauds
Chinese companies kicked off NASDAQ, NYSE after fraud allegations.
High Fashion, Deadly Factories
Tommy Hilfiger agrees to safer factories after ABCNews investigation.
Sexual Misconduct in U.S. Swimming
Part 1: Swim coaches have been banned over sexual misconduct with young girls.