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2 firms involved in building Florida bridge that collapsed had past accusations of unsafe practices
At least two firms involved in the construction of a pedestrian bridge that collapsed at Florida International University, killing 6 people, have previously been accused of unsafe practices that resulted in people being injured, documents show. Figg Bridge Engineers, the firm that designed the
Tap your credit cards for spring break savings
Mine your wallet for credit card perks and benefits that can shave a few dollars off your spring break trip
On National K-9 Veterans Day, where are military dogs working around the world?
Tuesday is National K-9 Veterans Day, a holiday to honor the dogs who have served the United States in the armed forces, police departments, and other agencies. Thousands of K-9s serve alongside service members in every branch of the U.S. military all around the world. ABC News tracked down a few
Airport police find gun in bag, suspect rapper Juelz Santana
Airport police are searching for rapper Juelz Santana after a gun was found in a carry-on bag containing his identification at Newark Liberty International Airport
TSA chief says they're increasingly focused on self-radicalized terrorists
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is increasingly concerned about preventing self-radicalized individuals from targeting air travel, TSA Administrator David Pekoske told ABC News Wednesday following his first speech on the "State of the TSA." "It's really people that can get
TSA chief says new 3-D scanner machines for carry-on bags are 'not ready yet'
New technology for airport security, which airlines and some members of Congress want to be deployed sooner rather than later, may not be “ready yet,” according to the head of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). TSA Administrator David Pekoske tells ABC News that the new Computed
Nor'easter slams East Coast with snow and strong winds
Hey everyone I'm Maggie really welcome in to ABC news where we are following the latest on that massive storm. That is slamming into the East Coast right now we're facing. Our second nor'easter here in the northeast. In less than a week many areas still without power some still under water
Clarification: Holocaust Survivor-Airport Search story
In a story March 5, The Associated Press referred to Auschwitz as a concentration camp in Poland. The story should have explained that Auschwitz was a Nazi-run death camp in German-occupied Poland. A new version of the story is below: Holocaust survivor slams 'demeaning' US airport body search A
Suspended Raiders LB Aldon Smith sought by police for alleged domestic violence incident
ALAMEDA, Calif. -- Suspended Oakland Raiders linebacker Aldon Smith is being sought by San Francisco police in connection with an alleged domestic violence incident Saturday night in San Francisco. "The victim suffered non-life-threatening injuries," according to a police statement provided to the
Today in History
Today in History Today is Monday, March 5, the 64th day of 2018. There are 301 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On March 5, 1868, the impeachment trial of President Andrew Johnson began in the U.S. Senate, with Chief Justice Salmon P. Chase presiding. Johnson, the first U.S.