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Woman Accused of Death Threat Against Sandy Hook Parent Pleads Not Guilty
A Florida woman accused of threatening a parent of one of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting pleaded not guilty in federal court today. “You gonna die, death is coming to you real soon,” Lucy Richards wrote, according to the indictment. “Death is coming to you real soon and
Takeaways From The New York Times Interview With the 'Pizzagate' Gunman
Three days after Edgar Maddison Welch allegedly opened fire in a Washington, D.C., pizza restaurant, he spoke to The New York Times about the conspiracy known as “Pizzagate” and his intentions this past weekend. On Sunday, Welch told the Times, he drove 350 miles from his home in North Carolina to
The Note: Ruckus Over Rigging
NOTABLES --TRUMP’S WEEKEND IN REVIEW: In a series of tweets, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump doubled, tripled and quadrupled down on his contention that the Nov. 8 election is somehow “rigged.” He offered no specific evidence to back these assertions. @realDonaldTrump: The election is
Southern Poverty Law Center Says Pepe the Frog Meme Was 'Hijacked' by Racists
Pepe the Frog, a ubiquitous internet meme, has been "hijacked by the racist right," according to the Southern Poverty Law Center -- backing up the Anti-Defamation League 's decision to add Pepe to its list of hate symbols. Mark Potok, a spokesman for the SPLC, told ABC News in a phone interview
Donald Trump Jr.’s Skittles Tweet Highlights His Key Campaign Role
Using Skittles to make a point about “our Syrian refugee problem” didn’t go over too well with Mars Inc., but the candy maker’s rebuke of Donald Trump Jr.’s controversial tweet is hardly a first. The eldest Trump son posted a photo of a bowl of Skittles and a caption that reads: "If I had a bowl of
Explaining Jade Helm 15
ABC's David Wright takes a look at the planned military exercise and the conspiracy theories surrounding it.
Jade Helm 15: The Facts About the Training Exercise Causing Jitters in Texas
The Pentagon had to go public this week with an unusual admission that, no, it was not in fact secretly planning to take over the state of Texas. It was the result of a building controversy inside the Lone Star State leading up to a series of planned military training exercises dubbed "Jade Helm
How the Boston Explosions Response Was Shaped by 9-11
We still don't know who caused the explosions that killed three people and wounded dozens more at the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday afternoon. It might have been a lone wolf or an organized group of people. And perhaps more importantly, we don't know why. But we are a nation familiar
"Nightline" Ranks No. 1 in Total Viewers for Second Straight Week
“Nightline” Improves ABC’s Year-to-Year Performance at 12:35 am in Total Viewers (+18%) and Adults 25-54 (+3%); Only Show to Grow in Key Demos In week 2 in its new 12:35 a.m. time-slot, “Nightline” drew 1.695 million Total Viewers, 739,000 Adults 25-54 and 517,000 Adults 18-49...
'Nightline' Daily Line, Jan. 16: Obama Unveils Plan to Curb Gun Violence
2:20 p.m. ET: DEVELOPING: Two U.S. officials tell ABC News that Americans are among the hostages held following the attack on a BP joint venture natural gas field in Algeria. One of those, a senior intelligence official, says that currently it appears three U.S. citizens...