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British PM's call for crackdown on terror propaganda online hard to achieve, experts say
British Prime Minister Theresa May responded strongly to the attack in London that killed seven and left dozens injured, saying in a statement that "things need to change" and calling for among other things an international agreement to crack down on the online presence of the ideology of Islamist
At least 19 dead at Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England
A reported explosion at the Manchester Arena soon after the concert was over sent people in the crowd running for the doors.
FBI director search 'moving rapidly,' Trump says
President Donald Trump said on Monday that the search for a new FBI director is "moving rapidly." Asked how the process was going during a meeting with Abu Dhabi's Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Trump responded positively. "Very good, it’s very good," he said. "Moving rapidly." A
Three things you need to know now about the Russia investigation
ABC News' Amna Nawaz explains the three main points you need to know since the firing of former FBI Director James Comey.
Interviews underway for new FBI director
Sen. John Cornyn, former congressman Mike Rogers and former federal prosecutors Alice Fisher and Frances Townsend are all under consideration to replace James Comey at the FBI.
Oakland Warehouse Known to Be Dangerous Prior to Fire
While officials are focusing on recovering victims new details about the warehouse and whether or not it was safe before the fire even broke out. This is such an important question and ABC's Lauren Lyster who is also in Oakland this morning is covering that angle. Lauren, good morning to you.
New York City Ramps Up Security for Election Day
New York City is typically high on any list of possible terror targets for big public holidays and national events, but this year's election brings an added need for security as the two top presidential candidates will have their election night parties blocks away from one another. This is the
Latest Details on NYC, NJ Bombings Investigation
ABC News' Pierre Thomas and former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly analyze the police work that led to the takedown of Ahmad Khan Rahami.
Investigators Search for Clues in NYC, New Jersey and Minnesota Attacks
ABC News' Pierre Thomas and former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly analyze the investigation into the closely-timed attacks and any possible connections.
New York Beefs Up Police Presence Due to Bombing, UN General Assembly Meeting
New York City police are investigating the bombing Saturday night that injured 29 people just as the city is also preparing to host world leaders at the annual meeting of the United Nations General Assembly this week. Mayor Bill de Blasio promised that in light of the bombing in the city's Chelsea