Law enforcement experts on the impact of social media on crime, terrorism and national security
ABC News' Amna Nawaz moderates a panel at Rutgers University.
Amazon mistakenly sends baby registry email
Amazon issues an apology for a glitch that sent a gift alert to many recipients who didn't have a baby registry -- or baby.
Football players accused in hazing face felony charges
The DuPage County State's Attorney's Office announced that five Wheaton College players have been charged with aggravated battery, mob action and unlawful restraint.
Preliminary autopsy reveals new details about death of LSU student
The death of a college freshman at LSU is being described as a "potential hazing incident."
Racing to fight hunger in America
The Run 10 Feed 10 race is a way to raise awareness and money for people in need.
Protesters asks for answers in Chicago teen found dead in freezer
Local community demands answers following the mysterious death of a 19-year-old woman in a freezer.
Explosion injures post office worker in Indiana, FBI investigating
And authorities in northern Indiana are trying to determine if an explosion at a post office was an act of terrorism. The blast happened last night in the city of east Chicago the female postal employee who's believed to be pregnant. Suffered minor injuries to pipe bombs were reportedly fat at the
3,500 more US troops headed to Afghanistan
A U.S. official has confirmed that Defense Secretary Jim Mattis authorized about 3,500 additional troops to deploy to Afghanistan as part of the troop buildup associated with President Trump's South Asia Strategy.
Trump faces backlash over plan to end DACA
President Trump tweeted that he will "revisit" the issue if Congress does not legalize DACA in six months after facing backlash from fellow Republicans and business leaders.
Oct. 15, 2012: Thousands of Dreamers line up to apply for DACA
Many unauthorized immigrants brought to the U.S. as children, also known as Dreamers, spent the day in long lines to apply for a two-year reprieve from deportation, thanks to an order signed by President Obama.