Business leaders react to Trump's Paris accord decision
High profile business leaders are reacting to President Trump's decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate accord, including executives from three of Silicon Valley's biggest and most influential tech firms as well as other blue-chip U.S. businesses in finance, energy and
A Charging Laptop Bursts Into Flames, the Moment Caught on a Home Camera
��� ��� Next tonight to a potential danger in your home. We have reported before on batteries catching fire. Now a laptop bursting into flames. ABC's kayna Whitworth with the warning. Reporter: Tonight, a frightening moment caught on this California home camera. Two tanl teenagers sitting near a
Laptop Explosion Caught on Security Camera
Lithium-ion batteries are the suspected cause of fires and recalls for laptops and other devices.
SAG Awards Heat Up the Race to the Oscars
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and Dan Silver sit down with FiveThirtyEight's Walt Hickey and Reel Talk Online's Candice Frederick for an awards season preview.
Top 10 Political Moments of 2016
ABC News' Ryan Struyk and Katherine Faulders take us through the top ten moments of 2016.
Tell Tale Signs of Counterfeit Goods
ABC News' Geneva Sands goes behind the scenes at the Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center to learn about the different types of counterfeit goods being found around the country and the world.
The Note: What You Need To Know About Trump’s Tillerson Pick
NOTABLES --TRUMP ANNOUNCES EXXONMOBIL CEO AS SECRETARY OF STATE PICK: Donald Trump has selected ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson as his pick for secretary of state, the transition team announced Tuesday morning in a press release, ABC’s BENJAMIN SIEGEL notes. "Rex knows how to manage a global
Donald Trump Meets With Former 2016 Rival Carly Fiorina
President-elect Donald Trump is holding meetings today at his eponymous New York City tower, and has met with one of his former GOP rivals for the White House: Carly Fiorina. Fiorina, a former CEO of Hewlett-Packard , said it was "an honor to meet" Trump, adding that they had a "really productive
Navy Says Personal Data of Over 134,000 Sailors Was Hacked
Personal data belonging to 134,386 current and former sailors in the U.S. Navy has been compromised, the Navy said on Wednesday. It wasn’t immediately clear when the hack took place, but the Navy is pointing the finger at a compromised laptop belonging to a contractor as the source of the data
Hillary Clinton Hoping to Maintain Momentum After Last 2 Debates
Democratic nominee plans to hit Donald Trump on allegations of sexual misconduct and his claims that the election is rigged.