Mall Of America News
Trump's Travel Ban Triggers Global Outrage
The Heritage Foundation's Peter Brookes and Amnesty International's Naureen Shah provide insight into the executive order.
What Would You Do: Kids Dispute Santa's Skin Tone
The black girl is excited, but her white friend says that the real Santa is white.
Meet the Mall of America's First Black Santa
Maybe it's the twinkle in his eye or his jolly voice, but when you meet Santa Larry, it's easy to believe.
Little Girl Wins 'Game of Thrones' With Homemade Toilet Costume
This little girl’s homemade toilet costume is so epic that it flushed away any of her mother’s concerns about the unusual getup. “We were talking one day in the car and I asked her, ‘What are you going to be for a Halloween?’ And she said, ‘A toilet,' Schwartz told ABC News of the moment her
New Twist in Trial of Dad in Hot-Car Murder Case
The "GMA" team of insiders analyze some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Prince's Paisley Park Gets Temporary Permit to Open as Museum
Some relief is in sight for Prince fans who were planning to take part in the tours of his Paisley Park estate in Chanhassen, Minnesota this week. A re-zoning issue had made the scheduled start of tours this Thursday uncertain. However, Paisley Park announced that the local city council issued a
Shoppers at the Mall of America Were Greeted by Police in Riot Gear Amid Black Lives Matter Protest
After deadly police shooting last month, the group is protesting as a way of demanding justice.
Several Arrests Made Amid Black Lives Matter Protest at Mall of America
Several arrests were made amid protests by the Black Lives Matter group at the Mall of America in Minnesota, officials said. Protesters moved their demonstration to the Minneapolis-St.Paul International Airport this afternoon after they were forced out of the Mall of America in Bloomington,
Black Lives Matter Activists Plan Mall of America Protest
The protest at the nation's largest mall aims to bring awareness to the fatal police shooting of Jamar Clark in Minneapolis last month.
NYC Law Enforcement on High Alert as Holiday Celebrations Begin
The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade will be protected by 2,500 officers, including counter-terrorism units and bomb sniffing canine teams.