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Ringing in Spring in Central Park with the 'First Mow'
Spring has officially sprung and WABC meteorologist Bill Evans has the honor of kicking off the season with the “first mow” in Central Park. To celebrate the spring opening of the Sheep’s Meadow and other lawns in the New York City greenspace, Bill put down the clippers on his riding mower for the
Listen to Elton John Get Prank Called by Radio Host Posing as Putin
Russian comedy duo "Vovan and Lexus" called Sir Elton John, an outspoken LGBT-rights advocate, and posed as the Russian president and his press secretary.
Terror Suspect Shot and Killed in Boston
The suspect, using what officers called a "military-style knife," had been under surveillance by the Joint Terrorism Task Force.
The Eerie Quiet in Court as Boston Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Sentenced to Die
An eerie quiet settled over the federal courthouse in Boston today as victims and relatives of those killed in the Boston Marathon bombing heard a jury ordered Dzhkohar Tsarnaev to be put to death . Liz Norden, who wanted Tsarnaev to get the death penalty for detonating the bomb that left two of
Inside ‘The Bunker’ Security Command for Boston Marathon
Windowless, Cold War-Era Underground Facility Will Be Security Hub for Monday’s Marathon
'This Week': Boston Marathon Security
Rep. Michael McCaul, R-Texas, and former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly on security for Monday's marathon.
Boston Marathon 2014 Security at an Extraordinary Level
Back at home, they're expecting 36,000 runners and possibly a million spectators tomorrow for the 108th running after last year's bombing there will be an extraordinary level of security. Brian Ross will bring us a look inside the high-tech command center. What's new this year in terms of security?
'This Week' Transcript: Boston Marathon Security
Below is the rush transcript of "This Week" on April 20, 2014. It may contain errors. ANNOUNCER: Now on ABC This Week. Breaking news, a U.S. drone strike kills almost a dozen suspected al Qaeda operatives. We have brand new details about why the U.S. felt it had to act right now. High alert: as
Boston hoax suspect due in court
BOSTON -- The mother of the man arrested near the Boston Marathon finish line carrying a backpack containing a rice cooker on the anniversary of the 2013 bombings says her son has a mental disorder. Joie Edson told The Associated Press her son Kevin "Kayvon" Edson has bipolar disorder. The
Travel at a Standstill Because of a Fast Moving Winter Storm
Commuters trying to get home in a slick mess and Super Bowl fans stranded in New Jersey.