The president made the case for his border wall while the former congressman and possible 2020 candidate “walls end lives.”
ABC News’ Eva Pilgrim reports on the latest conditions for drivers in Philadelphia as the winter storm creates a crushing commute.
Details of the agreement have not been released, but Congressional sources told ABC News the deal includes $1.375 billion for physical barriers at the southern border.
Seattle’s fourth snowstorm in a week contributed to 20 inches of snowfall that’s resulted in difficult travel conditions throughout the region.
ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the latest temperatures and conditions across the country.
The MSNBC host said Mueller’s “legal pit bull” has a reputation for going after “defendants’ own family members.”
But there’s a sunnier outlook in 2019, in part thanks to the Green New Deal.
This may give you nightmares.
The actor criticized the Trump administration over climate change in a speech at the World Government Summit in Dubai.
David Lohr, 48, was arrested on suspicion of adding harmful substances to foods.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom is preparing to deliver his first State of the State address a day after declaring he wouldn’t participate in the Trump administration’s "political theater" over border security
The president’s speech offered a stark contrast to a march a few miles away led by El Pasoan Beto O’Rourke, a possible Democratic challenger.
The trailer was stolen in Tampa, Florida.
A newspaper delivery person found the newborn baby girl early Monday morning.
Michigan man dies after falling into a vat of sulfuric acid
Cpl. Sidney Walton and his family have set out to visit all 50 states.
Officials at a police department in metro Phoenix defended its officers who were captured on a body-camera video shooting a handcuffed man with a stun during an encounter in a motel parking lot
Police in Nevada say piecing together torn-up jailhouse letters yielded a possible confession that led to the arrest of a Florida woman on a murder warrant in the 1986 disappearance of her 3-year-old son _ now presumed dead
Michael Todesca was in Chicago when an alert on his phone showed his house was on fire.
Authorities found the newborn wearing a onesie pajama set in the center of a roadway.
Sidney Walton and his family have set out to visit all 50 states to give others a chance to meet him.