A lawyer who met with the suspect in the D.C. mansion murders in jail Saturday said Daron Wint is a "gentle person" who wouldn't kill anybody and who feels the pain the surviving family members must feel because he has a family of his own.
"I have completed 30,000 cases in the Maryland courts and I've met a lot of criminals and of course people who aren't criminals in my life," Robin Ficker said.
"I do not believe and his parents, his mother, his brother, his sister, as I don't believe that he is capable of killing anybody. He's not the type, he's not a street thug, he's a gentle person. I believed that when I represented him 10 years ago and I believe it after talking to him for two hours today."
After his formal announcement Saturday that he would seek the Democratic Party nomination for president, former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley sat down for an exclusive one-on-one interview with ABC News' Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos.
O'Malley, who served two terms as governor and two terms as Baltimore's mayor prior to that, emphasized his experience as a manager while also working to distinguish himself from front-runner Hillary Clinton along generational lines.
It's the launch of the newest adventure in this first-of-its-kind aircraft.
For the next 130 hours, six days and six nights with no fuel, two pilots planned to fly the Solar Impulse 2 across the Pacific Ocean -- a record-breaking journey -- using just the power of the sun to fuel the flight from Nanjing, China, over South Korea, Japan, and then landing in Hawaii before taking off again to Phoenix, Arizona.
An animal control supervisor in Grand Rapids, Michigan, was in for a surprise when he responded to a report of a tiger in a backyard.
The call came in Thursday afternoon, said Joe Dainelis, supervisor at the Kent County Animal Shelter, so he hopped in a truck to go check it out.
"The whole time on my drive, I'm completely cynical," Dainelis told ABC News today. "There's no way; it can't be."
When he arrived, he had a change of heart -- until he got a closer look.
For the second time, Grammy-nominated rapper Iggy Azalea cancelled her U.S. tour.
"I'm so sad and sorry to let my fans down," she tweeted. "We'll be back out on the road when the next album is done."
She offered no expanation about why she canceled the tour again.