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Coldest air of season grips Northeast with bitter wind chills

(NEW YORK) -- It's brutally cold outside Wednesday morning in the Northeast, with winds gusting close to 40 mph from Washington, D.C. to Boston, producing wind chills in the single digits and teens.

Even at 10 a.m. Wednesday morning, wind ... Read More

El Faro captain partially responsible for ship's sinking, officials say

(NEW YORK) --  The National Transportation Safety Board laid partial blame for the 2015 sinking of the El Faro on the ship’s captain, Michael Davidson, the investigative agency announced Tuesday.

All 33 crew members, including the c... Read More

Skirball fire sparked by illegal cooking fire, California officials say

(LOS ANGELES) -- The Skirball brush fire that caused residents of Los Angeles' affluent Bel-Air neighborhood to flee their multimillion-dollar mansions last week was sparked by an illegal cooking fire, the Los Angeles Fire Department said in a press ... Read More

23-year-old Google employee found dead in San Francisco Bay

(SAN FRANCISCO) --  Authorities are investigating the death of a 23-year-old Google employee whose body was found in San Francisco Bay.

Last Thursday morning, a man riding his bicycle on the Bay Trail called 911 to report a naked body flo... Read More

Tennessee man arrested for having 5 pipe bombs in his home

(NEW YORK) --  When officers made a routine probation visit to a Tennessee man, they found what they say were five pipe bombs and the materials to make more.

The probation officer and an accompanying Marion County Sheriff’s deputy p... Read More

Police shoot, injure suspect carrying pellet gun who attempted to access school

(ATLANTA) --  An Atlanta police officer shot and injured a man who appeared to be armed with a weapon and was attempting to access a middle and high school, officials said.

School officials contacted the Atlanta Public Schools Police Depa... Read More

Military wife creatively includes deployed husband in Christmas card

(NEW YORK) --  ’Staff Sgt. Andrew Smith will spend his first Christmas away from his 3-year-old daughter this year, but he was not forgotten from his family’s Christmas card.

Smith, a nearly 10-year veteran of the U.S. Marine ... Read More

What we know about the NYC bombing device

(NEW YORK) --  The explosive device detonated in the New York City subway system Monday morning did not fully shatter but had the ability to impose more injuries, according to a law enforcement source.

Authorities called the homem... Read More

NYC bombing suspect wrote on Facebook, 'Trump you failed to protect your nation'

(NEW YORK) --  The man accused of detonating an explosive in the New York City subway system wrote on Facebook the morning of his alleged attack, “Trump you failed to protect your nation," according to the federal complaint against... Read More

Former homeland security chief visits tunnel after terror attack: 'We're not afraid'

(NEW YORK) --  Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson has a message for would-be terrorists: "We're not afraid."

Johnson spoke with ABC News at the scene of Monday's terror attack in an underground passageway near the Port Authori... Read More

Man dies after he's carjacked, run over by his own vehicle: Police

(LOS ANGELES) --  A man was killed on Monday night after he was carjacked and run over by his own vehicle in Los Angeles, police said.

The carjacking occurred inside a parking structure in the 600 block of South Carondelet Street at about... Read More

Iowa student and driver die in school bus fire

(DES MOINES) -- An Iowa school bus became engulfed in flames this morning, killing the driver and a student who were on board, according to authorities.

The bus began its route about 7 a.m. in the farm town of Oakland before backing out of... Read More

New Yorkers resume routines after terror attack: 'You can't stop living'

(NEW YORK) -- Twenty-four hours after a homemade explosive was detonated in a New York City subway passageway, New Yorkers are back to their daily routines -- including walking through that same tunnel on their way to work.

The Monday morn... Read More

Inside new technology being developed to protect bus, train travelers

(WASHINGTON) --  To get on a plane, passengers have to go through TSA checks, but rail and bus stations have little security presence, leaving travelers more vulnerable.

To address the issue without creating long lines and elaborate c... Read More