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The 21-year-old suspect in the mass shooting at a Fourth of July parade in suburban Chicago that left seven dead and more than 30 wounded is an aspiring rapper with an apparent trail of violent social media posts that investigators are combing through. Multiple law enforcement officers detained Robert "Bobby" Crimo III at gunpoint following a car chase hours after Monday's massacre in the North Shore town of Highland Park. Investigators are poring over social media posts on numerous platforms, including Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, TikTok, YouTube and Discord, which they believe are associated with Crimo.
If you're the type to mull over a peanut butter purchase in aisle four or simply can't decide on the best snack foods or pantry staples, People Magazine has a new list of the hottest supermarket products to spark some inspiration. The magazine's annual food awards tapped over 150 taste testers from 32 states, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico, to eat, drink, cook and rate nearly 1,300 new items, to decide the best of the best at the grocery store. People's food and lifestyle director, Sonal Dutt, joined "Good Morning America" Wednesday to highlight a handful of the top product picks from the third annual list.
Real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield is being held in contempt of court for refusing to comply with subpoenas for information related to its business relationship with the Trump Organization, a judge in New York has ruled. The subpoenas were issued by the New York Attorney General's office as part of its civil investigation into how former President Donald Trump and his family business valued their holdings. Judge Arthur Engoron imposed a $10,000 daily fine starting Thursday for every day that the real estate giant does not comply with the subpoenas.
Carlos Santana collapsed onstage during a July 5 concert at Pine Knob Music Theatre, an outdoor amphitheater in Clarkston, located about 40 miles northwest of Detroit, Michigan. The rock legend, who turns 75 on July 20, was performing when he was "over-taken with heat exhaustion and dehydration," his manager, Michael Vrionis, said in a statement obtained by ABC News. Santana was taken to the emergency department at a nearby medical clinic for observation and is "doing well," Vrionis continued.
A father from Alabama is counting his blessings after his twin sons' quick thinking helped save his life last month. Brad Hassig was doing underwater meditation exercises at his home swimming pool, something he said he'd done numerous times before. Hassig's 10-year-old twin sons Bridon and Christian, as well as an 11-year-old neighbor named Sam, were in the pool with him, enjoying the water, when they noticed something was wrong with their dad, who had turned a bluish color.
The parents of a young child were two of the victims in the mass shooting at a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois. Irina McCarthy, 35, and Kevin McCarthy, 37, were among the seven people killed during Monday's massacre, Highland Park city manager Ghida Neukrich told ABC News. The couple leaves behind their 2-year-old son, Aiden McCarthy, who was separated from his parents during the shooting.
The 21-year-old man accused of opening fire at a suburban Chicago Fourth of July parade, killing seven people and injuring dozens of others, is due to make his first appearance in court on Wednesday. Robert "Bobby" Crimo III is charged with seven counts of first-degree murder in the wake of Monday morning's mass shooting in Highland Park, Illinois. Crimo is accused of opening fire on people attending the parade from a roof of a business.
Momentum is building against the controversial U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and he is in danger of being forced to resign amid accusations that he lied about a ministerial appointment. Johnson has vowed to cling on to power, however, quickly appointing two replacements after the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, and the Health Secretary, Sajid Javid, announced their resignations from his government on Tuesday. Johnson himself was issued a fine by the Metropolitan Police for attending a birthday gathering held in his honor, at a time when indoor mixing was illegal to stem the spread of COVID-19, becoming the first prime minister in British history to have been found to have broken the law while in office.
Jayland Walker's sister wants the world to know him as she did: a funny, kind brother who looked out for his family and had big goals for his future of investing and buying a home. "It's hard to just talk about somebody who you expect to live your life out with," Jada Walker told "Good Morning America." Jada opened up about her relationship with Jayland in her first interview since the body camera footage of his death was released.
More than a thousand people gathered in South Africa's coastal town of East London on Wednesday to attend a funeral for 21 teenagers who died under mysterious circumstances at a popular nightclub nearly two weeks ago. When giving the eulogy for the young victims, Ramaphosa said the last words of the youngest -- a 13-year-old girl -- was: "Mama, I am coming back."
A gunman opened fire on a Fourth of July parade in an affluent suburb north of Chicago on Monday, killing at least seven people and injuring more than three dozen others, including children. Five of the victims died at the scene of the shooting in Highland Park, Illinois, while one died at a hospital, according to officials. On Tuesday afternoon, a seventh victim succumbed to their injuries at Evanston Hospital, officials said.
As the world scrambles to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and limit future global warming, more attention has turned to one of the country’s oldest industries as one of the solutions - mining. Today’s conversation around mining is about the minerals and metals that power almost all electronics, especially the critical batteries in our laptops, smartphones, and electric vehicles. As the need for forms of energy that rely on batteries and electric vehicles grows, the world will need more and more materials like lithium to make enough batteries to keep up.
Quintin Lamarr first began having thoughts of suicide when he was around 16 years old. Now 26 and an advocate and volunteer with the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Lamarr told ABC News that about a year and a half of those suicidal thoughts culminated in a mental health crisis that led to his hospitalization. The suicide rate among Black youth has been increasing along with the number of suicide attempts and the severity of those attempts, according to the most recent Youth Risk Behavior Survey from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, released in 2019.
The 21-year-old suspect in the July Fourth parade mass shooting in Highland Park, Illinois, was charged Tuesday with seven counts of first-degree murder. Seven people were killed and at least 38 people were injured when the suspect, Robert "Bobby" Crimo III, allegedly opened fire on marchers and revelers, according to police. Eric Rinehart, the Lake County State Attorney, told reporters he will request a judge to hold the alleged gunman while the investigation continues.
Vice President Kamala Harris made a previously unscheduled trip on Tuesday night to Highland Park, Illinois -- the site of a deadly mass shooting during a Fourth of July parade the previous day. There, she expressed her grief at what the community had just endured and reiterated the federal government's support, not long after she again urged for more widespread government action to address gun violence. Harris and second gentleman Doug Emhoff spent about 30 minutes in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park after she spoke earlier Tuesday at the National Education Association's annual meeting.
As WNBA star Brittney Griner appeals to Joe Biden for help in getting released from Russian custody, her case is a "top priority" for the president, according to the White House. Press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters during a briefing on Tuesday that Biden read Griner's handwritten letter, which was sent to the White House on Monday, and her note was "very personal" to him. "I'm not going to share any personal interaction that I had with the president," Jean-Pierre told ABC News when asked about Biden's reaction.
The House select committee investigating Jan. 6 on Tuesday announced its next hearing: July 12 beginning at 10 a.m. ET. The panel has been holding a series of public hearings since last month related to its year-long inquiry into the events before, during and after the Jan. 6, 2021, attack at the Capitol by pro-Trump rioters. Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., a member of the panel, indicated over the weekend that the next hearing would focus on the formation of the mob that ultimately descended on the Capitol last year, including the participation of several far-right groups.
Two individuals, a 12-year-old boy and 44-year-old man, died after drowning in the Chesapeake Bay in separate incidents, officials said. Zamari Wilson, who was visiting Virginia Beach with his family from Washington, D.C., was last seen around 10 a.m. on Sunday about 20 to 30 yards offshore before he went missing, police said. According to police, Wilson's mother called the police shortly after he went missing, and the police began responding to the scene.
The national resurgence comes as the number of children testing positive for the virus also sees an increase again. New infections among children had been on the decline since May, however, for the first time in nearly two months, there has been an uptick in the weekly total of pediatric COVID-19 cases. Last week, nearly 76,000 children tested positive for the virus, up from the 63,000 pediatric cases reported the week prior, according to a new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Children's Hospital Association.
Democrats are working to ensure their incumbents and midterm candidates maintain message discipline around a simple pitch to the public on abortion while the party looks to use the Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade to help persuade and motivate voters come November. Lawmakers and contenders across the country have thus far echoed the same stance: The choice to have an abortion should be made between a person and a doctor.