Wind Farm News
Wind turbine blade breaks in rural mid-Michigan; no injuries
A 160-foot (50-meter) wind turbine blade broke in rural mid-Michigan, leaving it dangling above a field
Trump's putdown of wind energy whips up a backlash in Iowa
President Trump's derision of wind energy at his Iowa rally was denounced across the state which has been a national leader in wind generation and is using the resource to fuel economic development
Nor'easter strikes the Northeast
A dangerous mix of sleet and snow cover the roads; cars buried underneath and plow drivers struggle to keep up.
Frigid temperatures hinder firefighters across the Northeast
Blustering winds fanned a seven-alarm fire in Queens, while below zero wind chills turned a Massachusetts fire deadly.
A Look Inside Trump’s Global Business Interests
It is a business empire that spans four continents and nearly two dozen countries. Among the interests are golf courses and residential and commercial developments. But the corporate titan behind these business dealings is none other than the president-elect of the United States, Donald Trump . The
Orphaned Children in Aleppo Plead for Evacuation in New Video
Orphaned children in the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo can be seen pleading to be evacuated to safety in a new video obtained by ABC News.
Where Trump Critics See Global Conflicts, His Partners See Golden Opportunities
The president-elect's businesses around the world appear to be getting a boost by his electoral victory.
Army Corps Will Not Grant Easement for Dakota Access Pipeline Crossing
The Department of the Army will not approve an easement that would have allowed the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline to cross under Lake Oahe in North Dakota, the Army's Assistant Secretary for Civil Works announced today in a statement . The Army claimed in a statement that Assistant Secretary for
Trump Adds 2 More Names to His Administration, Including His White House Counsel
Don McGahn has been picked as White House counsel while K.T. McFarland has been picked as deputy national security adviser.
Trump Barraged by Conflict of Interest Questions
Mr. Trump was also asked about his business, and potential conflicts of interest. The president-elect once saying in the campaign, if elected, "I couldn't care less about my company, it's peanuts." Here's ABC's chief investigative correspondent, Brian Ross. Reporter: With growing concerns tonight,