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Mysterious Ohio family killings still unsolved 1 year later; sheriff vows: 'We will find you'
Nearly one year has passed since killers "came in like thieves in the night," the local sheriff said, gunning down eight family members in four homes along rural roads in Pike County, Ohio, but the shocking murder is still unsolved. Some of the family members, who were found April 22, 2016, were
AG Sessions avoids talks of FBI director in West Virginia
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions sidesteps talk about open FBI director's post in an appearance in West Virginia
Head of ring that dealt heroin on reservations gets 25 years
The leader of a heroin trafficking ring that dealt the drug on Minnesota Indian reservations has been sentenced to 25 years in prison
NFLPA makes Deflategate dig in painkiller grievance vs. NFL
The NFL Players Association filed a non-injury grievance against the NFL?last month, alleging the league and its teams conspired to violate collective bargaining agreement requirements on dispensing prescription painkillers. In its letter, the NFLPA referenced the Deflategate case, saying it "is
Tyson Beckford dishes on new Chippendales residency
ABC Radio's Candice Williams interviews Tyson Beckford on Chippendales, his previous rap career and ending the drama.
Boyd Holbrook of 'Logan' on everything you need to know about the film's villains
Holbrook appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about the making of the new film "Logan."
Fact-checking President Donald Trump's address to a joint session of Congress
During his address to a joint session of Congress Tuesday night, President Donald Trump made a number of claims about a range of issues, including unemployment and immigration. Throughout the speech, a team of journalists from ABC News identified questionable statements and provided context, detail
Attorney general talks of sense 'we're in danger' from rising crime
President Trump 's new attorney general, Jeff Sessions , said Tuesday there is "a sense that we're in danger" from rising crime. Crime has been falling for decades in the U.S., but Sessions told a conference of state attorneys general this morning in Washington, D.C., "Now we are at a time, it
White House: Expect 'greater enforcement' of marijuana laws
The White House indicated Thursday that the enforcement of federal laws on recreational marijuana will increase during President Donald Trump 's tenure in office. Press secretary Sean Spicer , responding to a question at Thursday's press briefing about the Department of Justice's role when federal