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Gunman sought after Pennsylvania police officer killed in traffic stop

(PITTSBURGH) -- Police have found a vehicle they believe was involved in the killing of a Pennsylvania cop during a traffic stop, officials said Saturday.

"We were able to find and seize th... Read More

Museum of the Bible faces revelations, controversy as it opens

(WASHINGTON) -- In the beginning, there was Hobby Lobby  president Steve Green and his first purchase of a biblical artifact in 2009 that launched the Green Collection.

What Green has accomplished since then is a full-fledged museum dedic... Read More

Rain, wind likely for much of East this weekend

(NEW YORK) -- The weather system which has already brought flooding rains to the Northwest and heavy snow to the Rockies is moving into the Midwest on Saturday with the Northeast to follow.

A wind advisory is in effect from Texas to Ohio as wi... Read More

Reward climbs to $190K for killer of veteran Baltimore police detective

(BALTIMORE) -- A reward has climbed to $215,000 in the search for the killer of a veteran Baltimore police detective who was fatally shot in the head while on duty, the FBI said.

Detective Sean Suiter, a married father of five and an 18-ye... Read More

Trump family's hunting history reexamined in light of new elephant trophy policy

(WASHINGTON) -- Donald Trump Jr. caused an uproar among some when pictures surfaced of him holding the tail of a dead elephant after a big-game hunt in Africa years ago. Now, new policy changes
proposed by his father’s administration may ... Read More

Following Whitefish controversy, embattled Puerto Rico power authority director resigns

(SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico) -- The embattled head of Puerto Rico's power authority is stepping down, ABC News has confirmed.

PREPA executive director Ricardo Ramos presented his letter of resignation to the agency's governing board on Friday.<... Read More

Western storms bring snow, winds through the weekend as they move east

(NEW YORK) -- More than a dozen states are under snow and wind alerts as the storms that brought moderate snowfall to the West Coast continue to move eastward.

On Friday afternoon, winter storm warnings and advisories were still in effect ... Read More

Three inmates break out of Florida jail through library ceiling: Sheriff's office

(CRAWFORDVILLE, Fla.) -- Three inmates are at large after they broke out of a Florida jail, apparently by exiting through the ceiling of the jail's law library, the Wakulla County Sheriff's Office said.

The three inmates -- Joel Teraill Co... Read More

Pentagon releases data on sex assault reports made at military installations around the world

(WASHINGTON) -- The Pentagon published the number of sexual assault reports made at U.S. military installations around the world for fiscal years 2013 through 2016 on Friday.

The report, provided by the Department of Defense's Sexual Assau... Read More

Man accidentally shoots himself, wife at church while discussing weapons in churches: Police

(TELLICO PLAINS, Tenn.) --  A man accidentally shot himself and his wife in their Tennessee church after he had taken his gun out during a discussion about weapons in places of worship, police said.

The man, 81, and his wife, 80, both... Read More

'Wonder' author on her inspiration for the book and meeting an 'Auggie Pullman come to life'

(NEW YORK) -- Starting at a new school with new classmates can be a daunting task for most children. But for Nathaniel Newman, the first day of middle school was extra intimidating, because he’s not like most kids.

Nathaniel was born... Read More