At least 1 dead after car plows into pedestrians in Times Square
ABC News' Gio Benitez and Charli James report from the scene in Times Square.
Saudi Embassy in Vienna warns about Austria's face cover ban
The Saudi Embassy in Vienna is alerting its citizens to recent Austrian legislation banning face covers in public and is calling on them to observe the law
Austrian Greens party head resigns from all functions
The head of Austria's Greens party has resigned from all party functions and says she will also give up her seat in parliament
The Latest: Austria checking for illegal dual nationals
Austrian authorities say they are checking a list of about 100,000 citizens for evidence that some of them may be illegally holding a Turkish passport
Ryanair flight diverted to Austria , unruly passenger removed
Ryanair says a regular flight from Sofia to London was diverted to the Austrian city of Linz and a "disruptive" passenger handed over to police before the aircraft continued on to its destination
Austrian political parties approve early election motion
With Austria's government coalition frayed beyond repair, all political parties have approved a motion in parliament calling for early elections on Oct. 15
Austrian coalition strife deepens ahead of early elections
Austria's strife-ridden coalition is facing further strains, with Chancellor Christian Kern threatening to work without the junior partner in government unless that party's head becomes vice chancellor
Not diplomatic: Boar chases British ambassador in Austria
Some situations leave even the most seasoned diplomats unprepared. Take a British ambassador's encounter with a wild boar. Leigh Turner, Britain's ambassador to Austria , says he was left shaken and lightly injured after being chased recently by a hostile boar in Vienna's Lainzer Tiergarten nature
'This country was founded on white supremacy'
ABC News' Amna Nawaz speaks with Heidi Beirich of the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Project on this episode of "Uncomfortable."
Austrian party picks new leader, early elections likely
Austria's junior government coalition partner has picked a new leader and given him the unprecedented authority he has demanded as a condition for leading his party into expected early elections this fall