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Thousands of asylum-seekers have been waiting months to years at US-Mexico border

Jonathan Gutierrez, his wife and newborn son have waited for nearly two years in a sprawling camp to get asylum for their family. Migrants recently fought frostbite as storms battered Texas.
Mar 4

Man behind Fyre Festival speaks from prison

Nearly four years after the festival famously failed on the Bahamian island of Great Exuma, Billy McFarland spoke from prison, where he will stay until at least 2023.
Mar 4

Experts discuss Johnson & Johnson vaccine rollout, what they’re seeing on the ground

Epidemiologist and ABC News contributor Dr. John Brownstein and Michelle Chester, DNP, director of employee health services at Northwell Health, talk about how vaccination efforts have been going.
Mar 2

Once ravaged, Black-owned businesses are making a comeback and hoping to build wealth

Josephine Bolling McCall says her father was killed by white men in 1947 because they envied his success. In Virginia, the Jackson Ward Collective is helping Black business owners find resources.
Mar 2

How did a plane’s engine fall apart minutes into a flight from Denver?

A United flight bound for Hawaii had 231 passengers on it when some saw an engine breaking apart outside their window. The NTSB says there was evidence of metal fatigue.
Feb 27