Erin and Abby Delaney, who were born connected at the head, survived an 11-hour surgery in June.Now they're going home for the holidays »
What started as a roadside weed growing out of a cone has blossomed into a community effort raising thousands for charity this Christmas. The Cone Weed has become a sensation in Huntersville, North Carolina, after someone anonymously decorated the weed for the holidays. The Huntersville Fire Department has been sending updates about the saga of the Cone Weed, which have gone viral on social media, as the holiday spirited plant continued to grow.
A new "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" clip appears to tease "something else" besides the light and dark sides of the Force. It's not clear what this something else is, but you then see villain Supreme Leader Snoke.
Quintuplets in Kentucky will be celebrating their first “Quintmas” with a Christmas photo shoot that shows their remarkable recovery from a pregnancy-problems.htm" id="ramplink_premature birth_" target="_blank" premature birth. Zoey Hart, Asher Blaze, Dakota Faith, Gavin Lane and Hollyn Grace Driskell, now 6-months-old, each weighed less than three pounds when they were born at 28 weeks in May. “We found out on the same day that we were pregnant and there were five babies with healthy heartbeats,” said Driskell, 30, who received fertility treatments for more than a year.
Minnow, a 3-year-old Sapsaree, belongs to Abbie Hubbard, who is also foster “mom” to 10-week-old Blossom, a rescue turkey that came to her at 5 weeks old. Blossom had been rescued from a slaughterhouse where she was accidentally left behind while workers were moving turkeys. "I brought Blossom home and let her out of her carrier where Minnow was waiting for her," Hubbard, 40, told ABC News.
Kevin Hart and his wife, Eniko Parrish, welcomed their first child early this morning. "God is truly amazing....Kenzo Kash Hart was born at 1:45am ....He is Healthy & already smiling. God is truly amazing....Kenzo Kash Hart was born at 1:45am ....He is Healthy & already smiling.
Christmas revelers may have a harder time finding a Christmas tree this year – and may have sticker shock when they do so – because of the economic recession a decade ago. Declining Christmas tree sales in 2007, during the Great Recession, led tree growers to plant fewer trees, according to Doug Hundley, a spokesperson for the National Christmas Tree Association, the trade association representing the Christmas tree industry. “The result, 10 years later, is today's smaller supply,” said Hundley, noting that a 7- or 8-foot Christmas tree takes about 10 years to grow.
A little girl is in intensive care after being shot with a rifle by her 5-year-old brother in an apparent accident.The boy wounded the girl with a .22-caliber rifle owned by one of their parents, according to Lt. Keith Van Dyke of the Otter Tail County Sheriff’s Department in western Minnesota.The 3-year-old girl remains in stable condition, authorities said Tuesday.The sheriff’s office received a 911 call around 7:30 a.m. Sunday saying that a 5-year-old had shot the little girl.“We believe it was an accident,” Van Dyke told ABC News. ...
Ikea is recalling again a number of its dressers after an eighth child was killed by one of them. The latest victim was a 2-year-old California boy who was crushed by a Malm dresser after being put down for a nap in his bedroom in May. The Consumer Product Safety Commission said today that Ikea has received 186 reports of incidents with Malm style chests and dressers.
Additional remains of U.S. soldier Sgt. La David Johnson were found on Nov. 12 at the site in Niger where his body was recovered, a U.S. official confirmed for ABC News. Johnson and three other U.S. soldiers were killed when their patrol of 12 U.S. and 30 Nigerien forces was ambushed by an ISIS-affiliated group when leaving the village of Tongo Tongo on Oct. 4. "We can confirm that the Armed Forces Medical Examiner has positively identified these remains as those of Sgt. Johnson," Dana W. White, the chief Department of Defense spokesperson, said in a statement today.
Selena Gomez publicly thanked her doctors Monday night as she opened up about her health after undergoing a kidney transplant. The "Wolves" singer, who suffers from lupus, spoke at the Lupus Research Alliance's Breaking Through Gala in New York City. "I am really honored to be here with all of you guys tonight, my lupus community," she told the crowd.
HGTV's "Property Brothers" star Drew Scott turned in his best "Dancing With the Stars" performance of the season Monday night, but he was ultimately sent home. Scott and his partner, Emma Slater, said they were grateful for the opportunity to compete and make it as far as they did. But Slater said it ill be Jordan Fisher.
Pink is sounding off about Sunday's American Music Awards and the "newly created riff" between herself and Christina Aguilera that she says is only being perpetuated to keep women apart. During Aguilera's Whitney Houston tribute, the camera panned to Pink and commenters on the internet ran with the idea that she was judging the singer by the face she was making.
Police in New Kensington, Pennsylvania, on Tuesday said they arrested a suspect who they believe fatally shot a rookie police officer. The Pennsylvania State police announced the arrest of 29-year-old Rahmael Sal Holt early Tuesday morning after offering a reward of up to $55,000 for information leading to his apprehension. Earlier, authorities arrested Tavon Jamere Harper, who they said was behind the wheel of an SUV on Friday night when he and Holt were stopped by New Kensington police officer Brian Shaw, 25, inside the parking lot of the Assemblies of God Church.
Hours after veteran journalist Charlie Rose was accused of sexual misconduct by nearly a dozen women, his "CBS This Morning" co-anchors Gayle King and Norah O'Donnell addressed the situation today, calling for an end to the alleged behavior from Rose or anyone else in a position of power. "I got an hour and 42 minutes of sleep last night, both my son and my daughter called me.
In Dallas, a team of 40 customer service experts take turns around the clock monitoring Southwest Airlines' various social channels with one primary goal: to listen to you. In today's era of heightened tension between airlines and passengers, Southwest sees it as essential to tackle these issues as quickly as possible. According to Southwest, they are well versed in company policies and procedures and have the tools to assist passengers with everything ranging from reservations and baggage to a customer’s frequent flier account.
Aside from the jokes, the singing, the nostalgia and the quotable scenes, Favreau and producer Peter Billingsley spoke with "20/20" about some of the behind-the-scenes antics and stories from the set. “What I'm more proud of actually is the narwhal when it comes up out of the water, when Buddy's leaving the North Pole, that's my voice: ‘Bye, Buddy. Producer Billingsley, who is best known as Ralphie in “A Christmas Story,” made a cameo as a toy-making elf in Santa’s workshop on the film.
LaVar Ball downplayed reports that he is feuding with President Donald Trump in an interview on Monday, but he declined to thank the president for helping to get his son, LiAngelo Ball, home from China. Because I spent all that time and love for him,” LaVar Ball said in an interview with CNN Monday evening. LiAngelo Ball and two other freshman UCLA basketball players -- Jalen Hill and Cody Riley — were arrested in China earlier this month after they reportedly shoplifted items from three different stores, including Louis Vuitton.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-MA, compared President Donald Trump's presidency to "dog years" in an interview with "The Late Show" on Monday. The comment came after "The Late Show" host Stephen Colbert pointed out that she hadn’t been on the show since the start of Trump’s presidency.
Syrian President Bashar Assad met with his Russian President Vladimir Putin in the southern Russian city of Sochi on Monday evening as a part of a "working visit," the Kremlin said in a statement. Assad reportedly thanked Putin for "the efforts that Russia made to save our country," according to an English translation of the statement. "Two years ago, when I met with President Putin in Moscow, the fighting was just beginning.
She Wolf Bakery's head baker Austin Hall took ABC News' "Nightline" behind the scenes where they use organic flour and whole grains from New York state.