A growing number of companies are announcing plans to sever ties with the National Rifle Association following the shooting massacre Feb. 14 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in South Florida that killed 17 students and staff, sparking renewed calls for gun control. One of the first companies
ABC News contributor Steve Gomez helps us take a closer look at the possible mindset of the New York City terror suspect.
LOVELOCK, Nev. -- O.J. Simpson was granted parole Thursday after more than eight years in prison for a Las Vegas hotel heist, successfully making his case in a nationally televised hearing that reflected America's enduring fascination with the former football star. With the ruling, the 70-year-old
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
As of today, for the first time, federal law prevents rental car companies from renting out vehicles that are subject to safety recall until they have been fixed – the result of a years-long campaign by the mother of two young women killed in a rental car that she says never should have been on the
For sun worshippers, and for seekers of nature, beauty and relaxation, the U.S. Virgin Islands are a utopia. Summer is the ideal travel time for the value-conscious, too -– that’s when free nights, credits and savings abound. But no matter when you go, this is a tropical playground that’s easy to
Pretty much anyone can go to a store to try on clothes or drive to an auto dealer to test drive a car — trying things out is a routine part of making purchases. It's just not that enjoyable. Sometimes, trying things out is a hassle or isn't enough to help you make a confident buying decision, but
If you’re saving for a summer vacation, you need to know about a strategy that could help you and your getaway dollars go further: online rebates for travel. Several rebate sites have travel categories, such as eBates.com, ExtraBux.com and FatWallet.com. Here’s how it works: You go to the rebate
When Lydia Hoeppner found a camera full of vacation photos in the lost-and-found at the rental car company where she works in Hawaii, she knew she had to get it back to the owners. The bright orange camera was found by another Hertz employee who was cleaning out a rental car, she said. Hoeppner
I'm Michelle Franzen a New York as the financial markets close on Wall Street for Thursday. December 18 this is story stock. Car rental operators surging today on Wall Street. At its largest shareholder billionaire investor Carl Icahn who raised his stake in the company. Hertz has had a rough go of