1 Killed, Homes Underwater in Plains States
Firefighter swept away while attempting water rescue in Oklahoma.
Protests and Multiple Arrests Follow Cleveland Cop Verdict
Most demonstrations have been peaceful, city officials say.
Body Found Near Where Kayaker in Alleged Murder Disappeared
Angelika Graswald has been charged with second-degree murder.
Cleveland Cop Found Not Guilty in Unarmed Couple's Shooting Deaths
Michael Brelo was one of 13 officers who fired shots into victims' car.
Dad Seeks Missing Soldier: 'We Just Want Him to Come Home'
U.S. Army specialist Daniel Domres, 20, hasn't been seen since May 11.
Why Brelo Verdict Was Announced Over Holiday Weekend
Judge O'Donnell wanted to announce his decision as quickly as possible.
'Men I Met in Bed': Meet a WWII USO Artist
Artist Lila Oliver Asher compiled her sketches and letters in a book.
World Largest Alligator Makes Its Public Debut
The Stokes alligator measures an astounding 15 feet and 9 inches.
Navy Training Jet Skids Into San Diego Bay, Pilot Rescued
Pilot rescued by a civilian boat, Navy official says.
The Latest on Flooding: Residents North of Houston Evacuated
The Latest on flooding: Concern over possible dam breach prompts evacuation north of Houston
Residents Rescued From Flooded Homes in Texas, Oklahoma
Residents rescued from flooded homes in Texas, Oklahoma; firefighter dies after swept away
Annual Rolling Thunder 'Ride for Freedom' Honors Veterans
Annual Rolling Thunder 'Ride for Freedom' honors veterans in nation's capital
Streets Calm a Day After Protest of Ohio Officer's Acquittal
Streets calm after numerous arrests at protests over Ohio officer's acquittal in 2 deaths
Residents Along Blanco River in Texas Urged to Evacuate
Authorities urge residents in small Central Texas community to evacuate as Blanco River rises
Hawaii Groups Plant Coconut Trees, Protest Against Monsanto
Hawaii groups plant coconut trees and engage tourists in protests against Monsanto
Just Another Birthday for Detroit-Area Woman _ Her 116th
Many, many candles: Detroit-area woman, Jeralean Talley, celebrates her 116th birthday
Hawaii Groups Plant Coconut Trees, Protest Against Monsanto
Hawaii groups plant coconut trees and engage tourists in protests against Monsanto
Today in History
Today in History
Officer Michael Brelo Found Not Guilty in Shooting of Unarmed Suspects
ABC News' Marci Gonzalez reports the latest news from Cleveland and the afternoon's other top stories.
Exchange Student's Fight to Participate in Graduation Exercises at Texas High School
Hidde Tuinte was told he could not walk at graduation because he did not take U.S. history.
Joint Chiefs Chairman Martin Dempsey Sings to Cheer up Families of Fallen Service Members
Both parents and kids got serenaded by Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Georgia Man Faces Attempted Carjacker Who 'Woke Up Stupid'
Hashim Fannin describes his encounter in a Georgia parking lot with a would-be carjacker.
Dispatch Calls Released in Omaha Officer's Shooting
Officer Kerrie Orozco, 29, was killed hours before she was scheduled to go on maternity leave.
President Obama Talks Iran Nuke Deal with Jewish-American Community
President Obama addressed the Jewish-American community inside Adas Israel in Washington, D.C. and spoke about the tentative...
Man Released From Custody to Be Sister's Kidney Donor
Argenis Longoria was scheduled for deportation to Mexico after being imprisoned on a burglary conviction.
Officer Killed Day Before Maternity Leave
Omaha Police Officer Kerrie Orozco, 29, was shot and killed while trying to serve a felony warrant to a suspect. She was...
Cleaning Up the Big Spill in California
Beaches closed as nearly 300 people work around the clock to sop up oily mess.
May 25, 2006: Enron Fraud
Enron executives cost shareholders billions of dollars in the largest corporate fraud case in history.
WN 05/23/15: Officer Found Not Guilty in 2012 Shooting Deaths
Ireland Legalizes Gay Marriage by Popular Vote; TLC Pulls '19 Kids and Counting' After Sex Abuse Allegations
GMA 05/23/15: Memorial Day Weekend Weather
DC Officials Search for Other Suspects in Mansion Murders; '19 Kids and Counting' Pulled Amid Duggar Family Controversy
Nightline 05/22/15: Josh Duggar: '19 Kids and Counting' Star Responds to Sexual Abuse Claims
The Women of the Indy 500; With More Drones Comes More Privacy Concerns
20/20 05/22/15: Who's Freeloading?
Worker's Compensation Fraudsters Caught Faking Injuries; Woman Discovers House Was Stolen in Real Estate Rip-Off; Police Nab...
This Week 05/17/15: US Operation Takes Out ISIS Leader
Guests: Robert Sumwalt, Mitch McConnell, Dianne Feinstein, Matthew Dowd, Ana Navarro, Cokie Roberts, Jonathan Karl