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1 arrested, 2 at large after burning flags outside Israeli consulate

The NYPD called them "cowards" on social media.
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Three people used an accelerant to burn flags in an active bike lane outside the Consulate General of Israel in midtown Manhattan, June 12, 2024.
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Titan submersible implosion investigation taking longer than planned: Coast Guard

The submersible imploded on a trip to the Titanic last year.
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In this undated file photo, the Titan submersible, operated by OceanGate Expeditions to explore the wreckage of the sunken SS Titanic, is shown.
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2 men sought for burning American flag and Israeli flag outside NYC Consulate

The flags were burned in protest of the war in Gaza. One person has been arrested.
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VIDEO: 2 men sought for burning American flag and Israeli flag outside NYC Consulate
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Severe weather threats across the US

South Florida is dealing with heavy rain and flooding, while damaging winds, hail and rain are expected in New York and Philadelphia.
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VIDEO: Severe weather threats across the US
June 14

Florida facing state of emergency

Parts of South Florida face increased weather risks after reaching deadly flash flooding levels Wednesday.
June 14
VIDEO: Florida facing state of emergency
June 14

More flooding in forecast after more than 2 feet of rain inundates South Florida

Another 5 inches of rain is possible on Friday.
June 14
A person waits for help in a stalled vehicle sitting in the flooded street on June 12, 2024, in Hallandale Beach, Florida.
June 14

Supreme Court protects access to abortion drug

After a unanimous ruling to preserve access to the abortion drug mifepristone, the Supreme Court is expected to hand down more rulings Friday.
June 14
VIDEO: Supreme Court protects access to abortion drug
June 14

National headlines from ABC News

Catch up on the developing stories making headlines.
June 14
Catch up on the developing stories making headlines.
June 14

Cities turn shipping containers into apartments to tackle homelessness

Retrofitted shipping containers in downtown Atlanta serve as a haven for dozens of previously unsheltered people.
June 14
Retrofitted shipping containers in downtown Atlanta serve as a haven for dozens of previously unsheltered people.
June 14

Secretive Christian sect ignored sexual abuse for decades, congregants allege

"IMPACT" looks at the 2x2 church and abuse claims spanning generations.
June 14
A group photo at a 2x2 Church convention in the early 1900s.
June 14

Maui fire survivors upset with living conditions from FEMA's housing program

One resident said they witnessed a rat infestation at one housing unit.
June 14
Maui fire survivors upset with living conditions from FEMA's housing program.
June 14

Why climate-sensitive Joshua trees are now recovering, according to experts

But it will take more than two wet seasons for the long-lived species to thrive.
June 14
A view of Joshua tree near Hwy 58 of Mojave in California, June 7, 2024.
June 13

Bear destroys car’s interior after breaking into vehicle — and then takes a nap

A Canadian woman found a bear taking a nap inside the vehicle and said her husband opened the door to let the trapped animal escape. The next morning, she found the car interior slightly damaged.
June 13
VIDEO: Bear destroys car’s interior after breaking into vehicle — and then takes a nap
June 13

ABC News Live Prime: Thursday, June 13, 2024

Supreme Court rejects attempt to restrict access to abortion pill; settlers in the West Bank blocking aid for Gaza; rapper Aloe Blacc talks to ABC News' Elizabeth Schulze about his new music.
June 13
VIDEO: ABC News Live Prime: Thursday, June 13, 2024
June 13

By The Numbers: The Tesla shareholders vote

A look at the numbers behind the vote today that made Elon Musk the world's richest person for the second time.
June 13
VIDEO: By The Numbers: The Tesla shareholders vote
June 13

ABC News Live Rundown: Thursday, June 13, 2024

Stay up to date on the developing stories making headlines.
June 13
VIDEO: ABC News Live Rundown: Thursday, June 13, 2024
June 13

Lincoln Project co-founder Rick Wilson discusses Trump's return to the Capitol

ABC News' Elizabeth Schulze speaks with co-founder of the Lincoln Project Rick Wilson to unpack former President Trump's visit to Capitol Hill, where he met with Republican members of Congress.
June 13
VIDEO: Lincoln Project co-founder Rick Wilson discusses Trump's return to the Capitol
June 13

8-year-old girl dies after medical emergency aboard flight to Chicago: Coroner

The child suddenly became ill and unresponsive on the flight, officials said.
June 13
PHOTO: An ambulance responds to an emergency call in an undated stock photo.
June 13

Donald Trump back on Capitol Hill

Plus, SCOTUS drops its unanimous decision on a widely used abortion drug. Also, our panel reacts to a blast from the past!
June 13
VIDEO: Donald Trump back on Capitol Hill
June 13

Phoenix Police Department engaged in civil rights violations, DOJ finds

The Department of Justice found a spate of civil rights violations, including "unjustified deadly force," in a new report.
June 13
The Department  of Justice found a spate of civil rights violations, including "unjustified deadly force," in a new report.
June 13

Millions on alert as flash flood sweeps South Florida

Extreme flash flooding and life-threatening conditions have caused Gov. Ron DeSantis to declare a state of emergency. ABC News' Victor Oquendo joins the show from Hallandale Beach, near Miami.
June 13
VIDEO: Millions on alert as flash flood sweeps South Florida
June 13

Supreme Court decides against attempt to restrict access to abortion pill

In a move that will preserve nationwide access, SCOTUS ruled that doctors do not have the legal right to sue over the FDA's regulation of the drug. Georgetown's Michele Goodwin joins the show.
June 13
VIDEO: Supreme Court decides against attempt to restrict access to abortion pill
June 13

Joshua trees may be showing signs of recovery, experts say

Experts say extra moisture over the past couple of years may be the cause.
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Experts say extra moisture over the past couple of years may be the cause.
June 13

Biden says he would not commute potential sentence for son Hunter Biden

"Would you commute Hunter's sentence?" Biden was asked.
June 13
"Would you commute Hunter's sentence?" Biden was asked.
June 13

25 inches of rain slam South Florida, DeSantis declares state of emergency

A flood watch is in effect until Friday evening from Miami to West Palm Beach.
June 13
A person walks through a flooded street, June 12, 2024, in Hollywood, Fla.
June 13

Protesters denounced by NYC Mayor Adams after 'antisemitic' subway threat, vandalism

NYPD detectives are now working to identify the call-and-response leader, who is expected to be charged with attempted coercion, police sources told ABC News.
June 13
VIDEO: Protesters denounced by NYC Mayor Adams after 'antisemitic' subway threat, vandalism
June 13

NYC leaders slam protesters as 'antisemitic' after subway-car threat chant, vandalism

"Raise your hands if you're a Zionist," a protest leader chanted on the subway.
June 13
Protesters linked to the war in Gaza allegedly vandalized the home of Brooklyn Museum Director Pasternak, who is Jewish, on June 12, 2024.
June 13

New study says elephants have names

Scientists from Colorado State University said elephants give each other names.
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VIDEO: New study says elephants have names
June 13

Millions brace for flooding, storms and heat across US

Flooding emergency hits Florida with severe storms, while extreme heat is expected in the Midwest and Southwest.
June 13
VIDEO: Millions brace for flooding, storms and heat across US
June 13

Friends of slain ‘General Hospital’ actor push for arrests

Johnny Wactor was allegedly gunned down in the early morning hours of May 25.
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Johnny Wactor was allegedly gunned down in the early morning hours of May 25.
June 13

Actor's friends push for arrests in his unsolved murder

Wactor was shot by suspects trying to steal his car's catalytic converter.
June 13
Actor Johnny Wactor is seen in Old City in Philadelphia, PA, Oct. 29, 2023.
June 13

Supreme Court maintains availability of abortion drug mifepristone

The U.S. Supreme Court preserved access to the widely used abortion drug mifepristone. ABC News' Terry Moran, Kate Shaw, Rachel Scott, and Devin Dwyer report.
June 13
VIDEO: Supreme Court maintains availability of abortion drug mifepristone
June 13

Unique group of polar bears on the brink of extinction?

Researchers say prolonged ice-free periods are a major factor in limiting polar bears' food sources.
June 13
Unique group of polar bears on the brink of extinction?
June 13

Parkland’s 1200 building to be torn down more than 6 years after shooting

"It's done nothing in the last six years but bring horror," one mom said.
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"It's done nothing in the last six years but bring horror," one mom said.
June 13

State of emergency declared in Florida following flooding

A state of emergency was declared in Florida after 20 inches of rain accumulated in the last 48 hours.
June 13
VIDEO: State of emergency declared in Florida following flooding
June 13

More than 6 years after tragedy, Parkland school building to be demolished

"It's done nothing in the last six years but bring horror," one mom said.
June 13
Margarita Lasalle, the budget keeper, and Joellen Berman, Guidance Data Specialist, look on at the memorial in front of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School as teachers and staff are allowed to return to the school for the first time since the mass shooting on campus, Feb. 23, 2018, in Parkland, Fla.
June 13

Will Trump go to prison for felony hush money conviction? Experts are split

Trump's sentencing in his New York hush money case is scheduled for July 11.
June 13
In this June 9, 2017, file photo, President Donald Trump is shown at the White House in Washington, D.C.
June 13

Staff shelters in place in Cal State Los Angeles building as protesters enter

A "small number" of administrators were in the building, an official said.
June 13
Protesters block the door of the Student Services Building at California State University Los Angeles on Thursday, June 13, 2024, in this screengrab from an aerial video.
June 12

ABC News Live Prime: Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Major flood threat in Florida leads to state of emergency; inside the burgeoning housing crisis in Maui after deadly wildfires; Tony Hale talks voicing Fear in "Inside Out 2."
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VIDEO: ABC News Live Prime: Wednesday, June 12, 2024
June 12

ABC News Live Rundown: Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Stay up to date on the developing stories making headlines.
June 12
VIDEO: ABC News Live Rundown: Wednesday, June 12, 2024
June 12

Indian American lawmakers discuss the impacts of representation and policy

Three Indian American members of Congress discuss representation, the controversial TikTok bill, and why they believe Indian Americans are the fastest-growing racial group in the U.S.
June 12
VIDEO: Indian American lawmakers discuss the impacts of representation and policy
June 12

Still homeless 10 months after Maui fire

In this edition of Maui 808, ABC News' Mireya Villarreal investigates hundreds of complaints against FEMA's housing program in Maui and speaks with residents still looking for a long-term solution.
June 12
VIDEO: Still homeless 10 months after Maui fire
June 12

Woman charged in neighbor’s shooting seen in new video

Susan Lorincz allegedly shot her neighbor Ajike "AJ" Owens in June 2023.
June 12
Video released by the Marion County Sheriff's Office shows detectives interrogating Susan Lorincz on June 6, 2023, moments before she is arrested for the fatal shooting of her neighbor, Ajike "AJ" Owens.
June 12

Video shows interrogation of woman accused of fatally shooting neighbor

The Marion County Sheriff's Office released interrogation video of Susan Lorincz, the Florida woman charged in the fatal shooting of her neighbor, Ajike "AJ" Owens.
June 12
The Marion County Sheriff's Office released interrogation video of Susan Lorincz, the Florida woman charged in the fatal shooting of her neighbor, Ajike "AJ" Owens.
June 12

Man killed in Georgia bus hijacking allegedly shot with his own gun: Police

More than a dozen passengers were on the bus when it was hijacked, police said.
June 12
Police pursue a Gwinnett County Transit bus that fled the scene after officers responded to a dispute on the bus, June 11, 2024.
June 12

Hezbollah strikes Israel with multiple rockets

The Panel speaks on the House Republican vote to hold attorney Merrick Garland in contempt of Congress as well as the second annual "Sneaker Day" on Capitol Hill.
June 12
VIDEO: Hezbollah strikes Israel with multiple rockets
June 12

House approves motion to hold Attorney General Merrick Garland in contempt

The GOP-led motion to hold Attorney General Merrick Garland in contempt of Congress over his refusal to turn over President Biden’s special counsel interview audio, passed.
June 12
VIDEO: House approves motion to hold Attorney General Merrick Garland in contempt
June 12

How robot pets are helping seniors face loneliness

The New York State Office for Aging has given away approximately 31,500 animatronic pets.
June 12
The New York State Office for Aging has given away approximately 31,500 animatronic pets.
June 12

Body of skier missing since May recovered from Washington park

The skier was last heard from on May 18.
June 12
Blossoming wildflowers in a meadow and Mount Hood with snow, Mount Rainier National Park. Paradise, WA.
June 12

Trump cites Biden’s 'disturbing grin' in push to terminate limited gag order

The limited gag order remains in effect while Trump awaits sentencing.
June 12
Republican presidential candidate and former U.S. President Donald Trump speaks during a campaign event, in Las Vegas, June 9, 2024.