Obama's Final Hawaiian Vacation as President
Last Day on the Islands Sunday, January 1 President Obama is wrapping up his 16-day winter vacation with dinner at Buzz's in Lanikai with the first family and friends. He also made some stops at a few of his regular goodbye locations earlier in the day. He started at the University of Hawaii Manoa.
NORAD Tracks Santa's Movement Around the World
Bill Nye and other top experts analyze the tech and the magic behind Santa's legendary journey.
Racing to Hatch The Hatchimal, One of the Hottest Holiday Toys
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and Brad Mielke race against each other to hatch the Hatchimal, one of hottest holiday toys of the year.
Inside the Military's Preparations for President-Elect Trump's Inaugural Parade
Hey guys cannot vote with ABC news digital here and Washington DC. At the teeth the National Guard armory and I am here at a pretty special debt. This is getting ready for inauguration day camp where yes the upper raid the all important parade that's going to happen. Right now I'm wanted to get
Inside Santa Claus' Cozy North Pole Home Valued at $657K
Children around the world can now tour Santa Claus ' North Pole home. Valued on Zillow at $656,957, the Kringle residence boasts a river rock fireplace and gourmet kitchen, and one of the guest suites even has its own wood-burning stove. The property also features a sleigh parking garage, reindeer
Nokia Will Return Next Year With 2 New Android Phones
The Nokia brand will be returning to the worldwide smartphone and tablet market.
U.S. Detects Failed North Korean Missile Test
The U.S. military has detected a failed North Korean launch of a Musudan Intermediate missile, the seventh test this year of the mobile-launched missile. A U.S. official said the missile never achieved flight. It is the latest provocation from North Korea , which seems undeterred in its pursuit of
Onboard 'Verbal Disturbance' Prompts F-16 Fighter Jets to Escort Diverted Delta Flight to Tucson
A Los Angeles-bound Compass Airlines aircraft operating on behalf of Delta Airlines was diverted to Arizona's Tucson International Airport Wednesday afternoon, following an onboard "verbal disturbance" involving a passenger, the FBI and Tucson Airport Authority confirmed. NORAD confirmed to ABC
North Korea Launches 2 Intermediate-Range Missiles
North Korea launched two Musudan intermediate-range mobile-launched missiles Tuesday that achieved flight and fell into the Sea of Japan. The launches drew strong condemnation from the U.S. State Department that said intended to raise American concerns at the United Nations about North Korea's
Female General Becomes First Woman to Lead US Military Combat Command
Gen. Lori Robinson made history today by becoming the first woman to lead a U.S. military combatant command. She will lead U.S. Northern Command (NORTHCOM), which heads homeland defense efforts for the Pentagon and coordinates defense support of civil authorities, as well as the North American