Apple CEO Tim Cook said he is “encouraged” by President Donald Trump’s discussions with Democrats to protect the status of “Dreamers,” the thousands of young unauthorized immigrants brought to the U.S. as children. “I think it’s really important for everybody to understand, these folks came to the country when they were very young,” Cook said on “Good Morning America.” “These kids, if you talk to them, they deeply love this country. Cook spoke out in support of Dreamers, 250 of whom are Apple employees, earlier this month when the Trump administration announced its decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Michael Cohen, Donald Trump’s personal lawyer and longtime confidant, will appear Tuesday before Senate investigators in the ongoing probe of Russian interference in the 2016 election, where he will face questions about a once-confidential proposal to build Trump Tower Moscow. Specifically, he has said the potentially-lucrative Russian business deal being floated in the midst of the campaign had nothing to do with Trump’s political ambitions. “The Trump Tower Moscow proposal was not related in any way to Mr. Trump’s presidential campaign,” Cohen said in a written statement to Congress made public last month.
Three people were arrested and students were ordered to shelter in place at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta on Monday as violent protests erupted in response to the police shooting death of a student who allegedly had a knife, the university. The protests broke out after a peaceful vigil for Georgia Tech student Scout Schultz, 21, who was fatally shot by police late Saturday night after he called 911 to report an armed and possibly intoxicated suspicious person, authorities said. A police vehicle was set on fire, two officers suffered minor injuries and one officer was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries during the "violent protests on campus," according to the university.
Luis Fonsi and his video co-star, a former Miss Universe winner, on how their viral sensation began as a love letter to women and their homeland.
A man claims his Boy Scout troop leader sexually abused him when he was an adolescent and alleges that the Boy Scouts organization turned a blind eye.
Hurricane Maria made landfall Monday night on the Caribbean island of Dominica as a Category 5 storm, the National Hurricane Center said, as other islands in the region, including Puerto Rico, brace for the impact. Maria made landfall on Dominica around 9:15 p.m. local time with estimated winds of 160 mph, radar data from Martinique and Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft indicated, according to the National Hurricane Center.
As St. Louis braces for a fourth night of demonstrations, the final arrest total in the city from the protest that began on Sunday night over last week’s acquittal of a former police officer involved in a 2011 shooting of a black motorist rose to 123 people, the city’s police said Monday evening. The protests began peacefully on Friday after St. Louis Circuit Judge Timothy Wilson found Jason Stockley, 36, not guilty of first-degree murder and armed criminal action. On Dec. 20, 2011, the then-police officer shot 24-year-old Lamar Smith five times after a high-speed chase and crash.Police said the demonstrations were “no longer peaceful” as of late Saturday night, and five weapons were confiscated, according to the St. Louis Police Department.
When pop singers join the cast of "Dancing With the Stars," they usually wait a few weeks before cutting a rug to one of their own hits -- but that won’t be the case for Debbie Gibson. "I don't think we even need to talk smack, because it's just kind of understood that there's a lot riding on this," he told ABC News.
The driver of a tour bus who was killed in a Monday morning bus crash in New York City that left two others dead was a former New York Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) employee who was fired for cause in 2015 when it was discovered he had been arrested for driving under the influence, the MTA said. This morning’s fiery crash was captured on stunning surveillance video, which shows the moment when a Dahlia charter bus barreled into the MTA bus at one of the most densely packed intersections in Queens in New York City. In the video, provided to ABC News by ABC station WABC in New York, the MTA bus is seen turning a corner in Flushing just after 6:15 a.m. when the Dahlia bus crashes into it.
Jedediah Bila, the sole conservative-leaning panelist who joined ABC's "The View" last August, announced today that she's leaving the show. The news was also confirmed in a staff memo sent out by the show's executive producers this morning. "So, this is my last day at 'The View' and I want to thank these ladies," Bila said of her co-stars/on-air sparring partners Whoopi Goldberg, Sunny Hostin, Joy Behar and Sara Haines.
One day after four Boston College students were attacked with acid in Marseille, France, the college students are doing well and have offered forgiveness to their alleged attacker, according to police and the university. The attack on the four students, all American women, occurred around 11 a.m. Sunday at the Saint-Charles train station in Marseille, Marseille police said.
Cape Cod and the Massachusetts and Rhode Island coastlines are under a tropical storm warning as Hurricane Jose nears the East Coast, where the storm is expected to bring winds, heavy rain and coastal flooding this week. Jose, a minimal Category 1 hurricane, this afternoon is located about 250 miles east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, and is moving north at 9 mph with sustained winds of 75 mph.
The film followed Dan Gallagher, a guy who has a brief affair with a career woman named Alex Forrest. It spent eight weeks at No. 1 and grossed more than $320 million worldwide, making it the top movie of 1987 globally.