Family survives lightning strike while camping
Christopher Lovera and his two children were watching a lightning storm from under a tree in Sequoia National Park when they were struck by lightning and sent airborne.
The National Weather Service's Bill South discusses the Hurricane Irma's threat to the Florida Keys.
Film critic Peter Travers looks at upcoming films and reveals his list of the best.
ABC News' Gio Benitez reports from Key West as Florida braces for Hurricane Irma.
White House officials tell ABC News the president is leaning toward phasing out DACA.
Neighbors are helping neighbors through the devastation of a monster storm.
Plus, Temple student charged with murder; Duke and Duchess of Cambridge expecting third child.
"People Now" host Jeremy Parsons discusses the trouble at the box office, including what is expected to be the lowest four-day Labor Day weekend total for movies since 1998.
One-quarter of oil refineries in the United States are closed or running at limited capacity, lifting gas prices as Americans prepare for the holiday weekend.
The largest refinery in the U.S. shuts down as drivers get ready for Labor Day weekend.