North Carolina Driver Gets Into 2 Accidents, Caught on Video
The driver's car cameras capture the double trouble on video.
Mystery Deepens In Texas Meteorologist's Shooting
Police still searching for gunman, but they don't have a motive.
'Slender Man' Stabbing Suspects Ruled Competent to Stand Trial
One of the two suspects appeared in court today.
Girls Adopted From Same Chinese Orphanage Now Chicago Neighbors
K.J. Jacoby and Nora Ryan have quite a shared history
Family of Boy Injured by 'Grenade' Has $1M in Medical Bills
Little Bou Bou Phonesavanh has undergone multiple surgeries since the incident.
Military Families Share Home Alarm Troubles After ABC News Investigation
After investigative report, families came forward with their home alarm stories.
Al Sharpton Meets With Sony Chairman Over Hacked Emails
Civil rights leader met Amy Pascal to urge increased diversity in Hollywood.
Why 3-Year-Old Fortune Cookie Numbers Paid Off for This Man
The retired mailman says he owes it all to his mother.
How One Family Recovered Lost Home Videos 16 Years Later
Bag of tapes and handycam were left on NJ beach in 1998.
First Look at Boston Bombing Suspect, 17 Months Later
Defense plans to file motion to delay the trial.
Family Wants Officer Prosecuted for Scuffle With Man, 76
Family of man, 76, wants Texas police officer prosecuted for scuffle, use of stun gun
Police Sketch of Meteorologist Shooting Suspect Released
Investigators release sketch of man suspected of shooting Central Texas meteorologist
Day Care Owner Pleads in Boy's Death in Murky Pool
Day care owner pleads in 7-year-old's drowning in murky pool; left 20 youngsters at mother's
Phoenix Police Chief Fired After Union Strife
Embattled Phoenix police chief fired after requesting 2-year contract to 'silence the critics'
Police: Maine Museum Receptionist Foiled Abduction
Police say Maine museum receptionist foiled abduction of 2-year-old girl
Veteran AP Trial Reporter Linda Deutsch to Retire
AP's Linda Deutsch, who covered 48 years of America's biggest trials, retires from court beat
NYPD: Brooklyn Man Arrested in Assault on Officers
NYPD: Brooklyn man arrested in assault on officers during protest over Garner chokehold death
2 States Challenge Colorado Marijuana Legalization
Nebraska and Oklahoma file lawsuit challenging Colorado's decision to legalize marijuana
Judge Orders Ex-Billionaire Jailed for Contempt
Judge orders onetime billionaire, embattled real estate mogul Tim Blixseth jailed for contempt
Mom Jailed in Custody Case, Says Daughter Safe
Mom sent back to jail to await trial in New Hampshire custody case, says daughter safe
Blind Boy's Cane Confiscated by School
A North Kansas City school is apologizing today after an 8-year-old blind boy's cane was taken away and replaced by a pool...
Two Car Accidents Caught on Camera
A driver is involved in two collisions on a rainy day, both caught on video.
Day in Pictures: 12/18/14
Images from across the globe: Soldier Stands Guard In Front of Taliban Attacked School, Boston Marathon Victim And Wife Leave...
Obama Surprised By 'Cuban' Cigar Gift
The president receives a cigar on a historic day for U.S. diplomatic relations with the country.
Accused Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in Court
Survivors and supporters clash outside court house.
New Technology Tracks When Guns Are Fired
As calls intensify for greater police accountability, one company aims to monitor a cop's most controversial tool.
Judge Exonerates 14-Year-Old Boy Executed in 1944
A judge overturns the murder conviction of George Stinney, a black teenager who was sent to the electric chair for the...
Marathon Bombing Suspect in Court
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev appeared at a pre-trial hearing today, the first time he's been in public since his July 2013 arraignment.
Pedestrians Killed After Leaving Christmas Pageant in California
Margo Bronstein, 56, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence and vehicular manslaughter.
Sept. 25, 1995: Gay Marriage Debate #TBT
Hawaii's Supreme Court rules denying same-sex marriage violates the Constitution.
GMA 12/18: Decision to Pull the Film 'The Interview' Will Cost Sony Millions
Obama on Pope's Role in Easing of US-Cuba Relations; Ray McDonald Cut From NFL Team After Sexual Assault Allegations
Nightline 12/17: What Lifting US Ban on Cuba Means to a New Generation
Texas Mother Released After Serving Time for Salt Poisoning Murder; Rockin' With the Rockettes
WN 12/17: Exclusive Interview with Obama Regarding Cuba, Alan Gross Homecoming
North Korea Responsible for Sony Hack; 'The Simpsons' Secrets Revealed
This Week 12/14: The Release of the CIA Torture Report
Guests: Michael Hayden, David Koch, Newt Gingrich, Laura Ingraham, Keith Ellison, Michael Smerconish
2020 12/13: Undercover and Hired to Kill
Man's Murder-for-Hire Plot to Kill Wife Backfires; NJ Mom Shops for Hit Man to Kill Love Rival