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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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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

Video shows interrogation of woman accused of fatally shooting neighbor

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

Gov. DeSantis declares state of emergency after storm flooding in parts of Florida

Gov. Ron DeSantis declared a state of emergency in several counties.
June 12
Stalled vehicles sit in a flooded street in Aventura, FL, June 12, 2024.
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

Protesters slammed by NYC leaders as 'cowards' after acts of vandalism

The protest included additional vandalism in the Upper East Side neighborhood.
June 12
Protesters linked to the war in Gaza allegedly vandalized the home of Brooklyn Museum Director Pasternak, who is Jewish, on June 12, 2024.
June 12

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 12
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 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.
June 12

Trump to visit Capitol Hill for 1st time since Jan. 6 attacks

Former President Donald Trump will meet with House and Senate Republicans on the Hill to discuss the upcoming election and plans for 2025.
June 12
VIDEO: Trump to visit Capitol Hill for 1st time since Jan. 6 attacks
June 12

College football player found shot to death in his car: Police

Marcus "MJ" Daniels Jr., 21, played defensive back for Southern Miss.
June 12
In this Sept. 30, 2023, file photo, Southern Miss Golden Eagles cornerback MJ Daniels (11) locks eyes onto the quarterback during a college football game between the Southern Miss Golden Eagles and the Texas State Bobcats at M.M. Roberts Stadium in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
June 12

Mom of slain Sandy Hook student honors legacy on what would've been her graduation

Six-year-old Catherine Violet Hubbard was one of 20 children killed in a mass shooting on Dec. 14, 2012.
June 12
VIDEO: Mom of slain Sandy Hook student honors legacy on what would've been her graduation
June 12

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.
June 12
"It's done nothing in the last six years but bring horror," one mom said.
June 12

Middle school coach facing charges for allegedly choking student

The now-former coach faces charges in connection with the incident.
June 12
A still from surveillance footage showing an incident involving a student and now-former coach at Ypsilanti Middle School in Ypsilanti, Michigan, June 4, 2024.
June 12

Biden to meet with world leaders at G7 summit

President Joe Biden is expected to announce a plan to give massive resources to Ukraine.
June 12
VIDEO: Biden to meet with world leaders at G7 summit
June 12

Senate Judiciary Committee holds hearing on 'youth vaping epidemic'

Top FDA and Justice Department officials are expected to testify days after the Biden administration launched a new task force to regulate major companies in the vaping industry.
June 12
VIDOE: Senate Judiciary Committee holds hearing on ‘youth vaping epidemic’
June 12

Man shoots, injures 3 people at shopping center; off-duty officer stops threat

The three victims were in stable condition Tuesday night.
June 12
Police respond to the scene of a shooting outside the Peachtree Center complex, Tuesday, June 11, 2024, in downtown Atlanta.
June 12

Parts of Florida under major flood threat

Sarasota, Florida, received more than half of a foot of rain in the span of a few hours.
June 12
VIDEO: Parts of Florida under major flood threat
June 12

Rescue crews save 12-week-old puppy who fell through townhome air vent

Crews located the puppy, named Archie Bean, after a 3-hour rescue effort.
June 12
Incredible Puppy Rescue Caught on Camera in Colorado, Dog fell through open air vent
June 12

Puppy rescued after terrifying fall through open-air vent

Archie Bean, a five-pound, Pekingese puppy, was found unharmed after the nearly three-hour ordeal.
June 12
Archie Bean, a five-pound, Pekingese puppy, was found unharmed after the nearly three-hour ordeal.
June 12

NBA legend Jerry West dies at age 86

West was elected to the Basketball Hall of Fame three times for his legendary career as a player and executive, and his silhouette is considered to be the inspiration for the NBA logo.
June 12
VIDEO: NBA legend Jerry West dies at age 86
June 12

Suspected vandals strike near Palestinian Mission near UN

The leaflets accused the Palestinian Authority of being too close to Israel and the United States and said, "long live the intifada,” according to authorities.
June 12
The leaflets accused the Palestinian Authority of being too close to Israel and the United States and said, "long live the intifada,” according to authorities.
June 12

Pamela Smart accepts responsibility in husband's 1990 murder

Smart had maintained her innocence for 30 years.
June 12
VIDEO: Pamela Smart accepts responsibility in husband's 1990 murder
June 12

National headlines from ABC News

Catch up on the developing stories making headlines.
June 12
Catch up on the developing stories making headlines.
June 12

A timeline of OJ Simpson's life and sensational trial

June 12 marks 30 years since the deaths of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman.
June 12
OJ Simpson is seen with his legal team during the opening of the double homicide trial on January 5, 1995.
June 12

$20 switch fueling surge in machine-gun violence: Experts

"These are weapons of war," said the dad of a teen killed in a hail of 89 shots.
June 12
Police investigate a mass shooting that erupted on June 2, 2024, that left one man dead and 28 people injured at a large street party in Akron, Ohio.
June 12

Judge blocks Florida's transgender youth care ban for minors

A federal judge has called Florida policies restricting gender-affirming care for transgender minors and adults “unconstitutional."
June 12
A federal judge has called Florida policies restricting gender-affirming care for transgender minors and adults “unconstitutional."
June 12

LGBTQ+ asylum-seekers search for safety in US after persecution abroad

With at least 67 countries criminalizing same-sex relations, LGBTQ+ people are searching for freedom in the U.S. instead.
June 12
LGBTQ+ asylum-seekers search for safety in US after persecution abroad
June 12

LGBTQ+ asylum seekers search for safety in US after persecution abroad

"The danger levels and the fears are all heightened."
June 12
American and LGBT flags are seen in Key West, Fla., on May 7, 2024.
June 12

DOT estimates at least $1.7 billion to rebuild Baltimore bridge

The DOT estimates rebuilding the bridge will cost at least $1.7 billion.
June 12
In an aerial view, salvage crews continue to clean up wreckage from the collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge in the Patapsco River on June 11, 2024 in Baltimore, Maryland.
June 11

4 in critical condition in Memphis after shooting; 2 suspects detained, police say

Memphis Police responded to a shooting call at 5:12 p.m. CT.
June 11
Police lights on a street at night.
June 11

Timeline: Hunter Biden under legal, political scrutiny

Prosecutors have been investigating the president's son since 2018.
June 11
Hunter Biden departs federal court after a plea hearing on two misdemeanor charges of willfully failing to pay income taxes in Wilmington, Del., July 26, 2023.
June 11

ABC News Live Prime: Tuesday, June 11, 2024

Hunter Biden found guilty on all charges in gun trial; suspects with ties to ISIS arrested in U.S.; Imagine Dragons lead singer Dan Reynolds talks new single, creating safe space for LGBTQ+ community.
June 11
VIDEO: ABC News Live Prime: Tuesday, June 11, 2024
June 11

Breaking down Hunter Biden's conviction and continuing legal battles

ABC News' Linsey Davis speaks with legal contributor Brian Buckmire about Hunter Biden's conviction and the criminal tax charges he still faces.
June 11
VIDEO: Breaking down Hunter Biden's conviction and continuing legal battles
June 11

Biden author on Hunter's trial: 'It's a personal tragedy'

ABC News' Linsey Davis speaks with author Chris Whipple on what Hunter Biden's conviction could mean for President Joe Biden's reelection campaign.
June 11
VIDEO: Biden author on Hunter's trial: 'It's a personal tragedy'
June 11

By The Numbers: Medical debt to be left off credit reports?

We take a look at the numbers behind medical debt in the U.S. and how a proposal to leave that debt off credit reports could impact millions of Americans.
June 11
VIDEO: By The Numbers: Medical debt to be left off credit reports?
June 11

ABC News Live Rundown: Tuesday, June 11, 2024

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June 11
VIDEO: ABC News Live Rundown: Tuesday, June 11, 2024
June 11

Joey Chestnut says he's 'gutted' over Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest ban

Chestnut has won the Fourth of July competition 16 times.
June 11
In this July 4, 2022, file photo, competitive eater Joey Chestnut wins with 63 hot dogs in the men's division at the 2022 Nathan's Famous International Hot Dog Eating Contest at Coney Island, in Brooklyn, New York.
June 11

Middle school coach allegedly choked student with shirt

The teen's parents are calling for charges against the now-former coach.
June 11
The teen's parents are calling for charges against the now-former coach.
June 11

Hunter Biden found guilty on all 3 counts in felony gun trial

With less than five months to Election Day, The Panel breaks down political podcast 538’s latest election forecast.
June 11
VIDEO: Hunter Biden found guilty on all 3 counts in felony gun trial
June 11

Delaware jury convicts Hunter Biden on federal gun charges

President Biden's son was found guilty on three counts of federal possession of a gun while using narcotics. ABC News’ Jonathan Karl breaks down possible repercussions of Hunter Biden's conviction.
June 11
VIDEO: Delaware jury convicts Hunter Biden on federal gun charges
June 11

Study finds some Gen Zers are bringing their parents to job interviews

The study found a quarter of job applicants ages 18-27 say they’ve brought parents to job interviews with them. ABC News’ contributor and LA Times OPED columnist LZ Granderson shares his thoughts.
June 11
VIDEO: Study finds some Gen Zers are bringing their parents to job interviews
June 11

House committee considering contempt charges against Attorney General Garland

The House Rules Committee met to review Attorney General Garland’s conduct over President Biden’s 2023 classified documents investigation. ABC News’ Jay O’Brien is on Capitol Hill with the latest.
June 11
VIDEO: House committee considering contempt charges against Attorney General Garland
June 11

Man charged with selling guns from prison had contact with Buffalo mass shooter

Prosecutors described the case as a "confluence of guns and extremism."
June 11
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg speaks during the Memorial Day Ceremony at Soldiers and Sailors Monument in New York, on May 27, 2024.