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Migratory Bird Struggles for Shelter as Chimneys Torn Down
The numbers of a tiny migratory bird are dwindling and scientists worry it might be because the brick chimneys the species prefers for roosting are being demolished along the West Coast for urban redevelopment and because of earthquake fears.
Rubio Calls For Suspension of Cuba Flights After TSA Admits No Agreement on Air Marshals
Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida excoriated the TSA and the Obama administration on the Senate floor Wednesday, just hours after a government official admitted that there are no air marshals on non-charter flights between the U.S. and Cuba. The revelation came about earlier in the day during a House
Donald Trump and Mike Pence Sit Down With David Muir
The GOP hopeful speaks with Muir as the campaign heads to the battleground state of Ohio.
TRANSCRIPT: ABC News Anchor David Muir Interviews Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine
On Monday, September 5, 2016, ABC News "World News Tonight" anchor David Muir interviewed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and running mate Tim Kaine. The following is a transcript of the interview: MUIR: It’s Labor Day as we mentioned, 63 days to go until Election Day. And you
Extended Interview: Trump, Pence Sit Down With David Muir
The Republican nominees discuss tax returns, Mexico and the state of the race.
Extended Interview: Clinton, Kaine Sit Down With David Muir
As the election hits full speed, the Democratic nominees talk about the state of the race.
27-Year-Old World Traveler Assures Mother He's Safe With 'Mom, I'm Fine' Signs
A 27-year-old man living every traveler's dream found the perfect way to assure his worried mother that he is safe while journeying around the world. Jonathan Kubben Quiñonez recently quit his job as a part-time model and consultant in Brussels so he could become a world traveler, dropping
Search Called Off for Missing Mother of 4
Samantha Broberg, 33, fell overboard while on a Carnival cruise ship earlier this week.
'Fear the Walking Dead' Recap: 'We All Fall Down'
(SPOILERS AHEAD) "Fear the Walking Dead" kicked off Sunday night with an innocent image that quickly becomes haunting: a little boy and girl playing on the beach seemingly unaware that a walker is shambling toward them across the sand. Another perspective reveals a chain-link fence separating the
Why Uber Can Take You to Mexico, But Not Back to the US
Uber announced this week that drivers can bring passengers across the border to Mexico from San Diego, but logistical problems prevent the same trip in reverse. Riders can travel to Tijuana, Mexico, from San Diego in "one seamless and hassle-free" trip, Uber wrote on its website. The trip isn't