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Would-be NYC suicide bomber expected face federal charges
Officials say a would-be suicide bomber was being held Tuesday on state terrorism charges while federal prosecutors prepared their own case in a rush hour blast in the heart of the New York City subway system.
Alabama special Senate race now in hands of voters
Alabama voters headed to the polls in Alabama's special Senate election faced two choices: Either continue the "Trump miracle" in Washington or allow "decency" to prevail back home
Inside look at new technology to protect bus, train stations
ABC News' David Kerley goes inside the secure research lab where Department of Homeland Security officials are developing high-tech gadgets to spot terror before it happens.
Coldest air of season heading for Northeast midweek
Unsettled and cold weather is forecast for the Great Lakes and the Northeast through the rest of the week with several rounds of snow. A general 1 to 3 inches of snow fell in the Midwest and the Great Lakes from the Alberta Clipper system that moved through the area yesterday. Locally, more than 6
After NYC subway bombing, Trump slams 'chain migration'
A would-be suicide bomber's rush-hour blast in the New York City subway system is adding new fuel to President Donald Trump's push to limit immigration based on family ties
The Latest: 3rd judge blocks military transgender ban
A third federal judge has blocked President Donald Trump's ban on transgender people joining the military
New CDC Director questioned about financial conflicts
The CDC's director said she has resolved financial conflicts of interest, but questions remain
'One of my nightmares': Pipe bomb attack hits in NYC subway
Authorities say a would-be suicide bomber inspired by Islamic State extremists strapped on a crude pipe bomb, slipped unnoticed into the nation's busiest subway system and set the device off at rush hour, injuring himself and three others
Judge warns Manafort: Gag order 'applies to you'
A federal judge scolded former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort Monday for his alleged role in the crafting of a recently-published opinion piece in a Ukrainian newspaper designed to burnish his image. Judge Amy Berman Jackson warned Manafort that her prior gag order “applies to you and not
Court ruling: Transgender individuals can enlist in the military beginning Jan. 1
The Pentagon is preparing to allow transgender individuals to enlist in the U.S. military beginning Jan. 1 in compliance with a federal court ruling from two weeks ago. On Monday, the court denied an emergency stay issued by the Trump administration to delay that court order. While the