Last night's series finale of "Pretty Little Liars" came with a huge twist. The girls had a run-in with the new Uber A (aka A.D.), only to find out it was Spencer Hastings' twin sister Alex Drake, both played by actress Troian Bellisario. In an interview with Elle.com, Bellisario spoke about the big reveal, when she found out the major twist and what it was like being the show for seven seasons.
Transit officials said human error, not a track defect, is to blame for a subway train derailment in New York City on Tuesday morning that injured nearly three dozen people and caused major delays. Two of the train's cars derailed and scraped the side of the subway tunnel, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. A preliminary investigation indicates the derailment was caused by "an improperly secured piece of replacement rail that was stored on the tracks," Metropolitan Transportation Authority chairman Joe Lhota and interim executive director Ronnie Hakim said in a joint statement late Tuesday night.
Authorities are investigating after two railroad employees were killed on Tuesday night after being struck by an Amtrak train as it approached Union Station in Washington, D.C. The victims were employees of CSX Transportation, the railroad company confirmed. Both Amtrak and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the incident.
A Florida man who police say was trying to help a missing toddler locate her parents over the weekend ended up beaten and shamed on social media by the child's family members after they mistook him for a kidnapper, according to a report. The good Samaritan, who was not identified by authorities, was attempting to help a 2-year-old who had become separated from her parents while attending a baseball game at the Southwest Sports Complex in Lakeland, Florida, on Saturday, but her parents "feared that the citizen was attempting to kidnap the child," the Lakeland Police Department said in a statement Tuesday. The man, however, ended up being attacked by the child's father, who admitted to punching him repeatedly, according to ABC affiliate WFTS.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told Republican senators he is delaying a vote on the GOP health care bill until after the Fourth of July recess because he does not have the votes to move it to debate, two senior Senate Republican aides told ABC News. At least five Republican senators said they would oppose a procedural vote on the GOP health care plan as it stands, effectively blocking the bill from reaching the Senate floor.
After weeks of hoping and wishing, "Bachelorette" viewers finally got to watch Lee get kicked off the series. At the end of Rachel Lindsay's two-on-one date with Lee and Kenny, the lawyer finally sent Lee home because she could tell he was lying about altercations he had with Kenny.
A massive cyberattack that freezes computers and demands a ransom to open them has hit companies in the U.S. and elsewhere around the world today, U.S. officials and private cybersecurity analysts said. According to American cybersecurity researchers, the ransomware attack used a global spam campaign to trick computer users into downloading malicious software that locks them out of their devices until they pay $300 in Bitcoin.
New surveillance video shows the chaotic and terrifying scene inside an Apple store as gunfire erupted in a mall in New York state, causing shoppers and workers to scramble for their lives. The Albany District Attorney's Office released the Nov. 12, 2016, video, which captured the scene from inside and outside the store at the Crossgates Mall in Albany. According to authorities, "Multiple accounts of shots fired near a crowded area of the mall near the Apple Store were reported to law enforcement.
The singer jokingly recalls teaching Thunder star how to play basketball and then admits the two have never met "and that's sad."
In an E! News interview, Jackson explains what he says happened to prompt Warner Bros. to launch an investigation into alleged sexual misconduct on set.
Seattle authorities led an unprecedented prostitution sting that eventually blew the lid off a secretive network of online review boards.
At Koby and Brittany Frysinger's wedding in Findlay, Ohio, earlier this month, Mitch Jolliff posed for not only the usual wedding party pics, but less traditional ones as well. Photographer Lindsey Berger of Country Roads Photography came up with the idea for the "I Won / Shut Up" photo after seeing how well the "I Do / Don't" photo turned out from the couple's engagement shoot.
In allowing President Trump’s revised travel ban to partially take effect, the Supreme Court left key questions unanswered and likely opened the floodgates for additional litigation. Heather Nauert, a State Department spokesperson, said in a press briefing Tuesday that lawyers for the Justice Department are in the process of determining what qualifies as a bona fide relationship. “We don’t have a definition here at the State Department for that yet.
Movements were restricted this afternoon at the Redstone Arsenal, an Army base in Huntsville, Alabama, as authorities investigated morning reports of an active shooter. Redstone Arsenal Col. Tom Holliday confirmed Tuesday afternoon that there was no active shooter on the scene. Around 9:40 a.m., authorities received two 911 calls about a potential active shooter in the Sparkman Center building, Holliday said.
A morning commute for New Yorkers turned into a chaotic scene today when a subway scraped the side of a tunnel wall, prompting passengers to evacuate and walk underground through the smoke and darkness. The southbound A train was just outside the 125th Street station in Harlem when the emergency break automatically turned on, according to Joe Lhota, chairman of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. The train bucked forward and backward, causing two of the train's eight cars to derail and scrape the side of the wall, Lhota said.