Los Angeles police announced the arrests of five people suspected of the dognapping.
Los Angeles police announced the arrests of five people suspected of the dognapping.
Legendary rapper DMX reflected on his life just three weeks before his tragic death. "I always feel like I'm gonna look back on my life just before I go and thank God for every moment, for every single moment," DMX says in an exclusive clip. Cathy Hughes, founder and chairwoman of Urban One, said in a statement, "DMX sat down with our team and was completely UNCENSORED,” Cathy Hughes, founder and chairwoman of Urban One.
Duchess Meghan made her first appearance since her bombshell interview with Oprah this past weekend. In a pre-taped video that aired during Global Citizen's Vax Live: The Concert to Reunite the World event, she wore a floral print red and pink shirtdress by Carolina Herrera accompanied by a "Woman Power Charm" necklace by Awe. The 14K gold necklace combines the female Venus symbol with a protesting fist.
Ben Affleck didn't let Mother's Day pass by without paying tribute to ex-wife Jennifer Garner, the woman who made him a father of three. The "Argo" director, 48, took to Instagram to post a sweet message to the "13 Going on 30" actress, 49, while sharing a slew of family photos. The "Justice League" star included photos of Garner with each of their three children -- daughters Violet, 15, and Seraphina, 12, as well as son Samuel, 9.
Tawny Kitaen, the actress and model known for her appearances in a series of Whitesnake videos and for her co-starring role in the 1984 comedy "Bachelor Party," died Friday morning at home in Newport Beach, California. The Orange County, California, coroner's office confirmed the news of Kitaen's passing, although her cause of death hasn't been revealed. Kitaen appeared on the front cover of Ratt's 1983 self-titled EP and 1984 full-length debut album, "Out of the Cellar," while she was dating Ratt guitarist Robbin Crosby.
A quick-thinking NYPD officer responding to the shooting in Times Square wrapped a tourniquet around the tiny leg of a 4-year-old girl who was shot to stop her bleeding before instinctively sprinting through the area to a waiting ambulance. "This little girl is the strongest person I have ever seen," Officer Alyssa Vogel told "Good Morning America." Arriving to the chaotic scene Saturday afternoon, Vogel pulled the tourniquet off her gun belt and "applied it to her leg, above the wound ... we tightened it on her."
The parents of one of two Americans who were convicted and sentenced to life in prison for the slaying of an Italian police officer have broken their silence for the first time since the verdict. In an exclusive interview with ABC News airing Monday on "Good Morning America," Ethan and Leah Elder said they are concerned about their son's mental health behind bars. "We just want Finn to be able to survive this," Leah Elder said.
A cyberattack has forced the shutdown of a major gas pipeline in the U.S. that supplies 45% of all fuel consumed on the East Coast. The cyberattack against Colonial Pipeline, which runs from Houston to Linden, New Jersey, began 7 p.m. on Friday night, according to a Federal Emergency Management Agency report reviewed by ABC News. "We proactively took certain systems offline to contain the threat, which has temporarily halted all pipeline operations, and affected some of our IT systems," the company said in a statement.
Returning to the pulpit after a COVID-19 outbreak infected him, his wife and 72 members of their congregation, the senior pastor of an Oregon church said Sunday that he will not kowtow to pressure to close the doors to the house of worship. Pastor Scott Erickson of the Peoples Church in Salem, Oregon, began his Mother's Day sermon by addressing the recent surge in COVID-19 cases in his church and throughout the state. “In the last several days, it is apparent that voices in our community and region want the church of Jesus Christ to be quiet and to be closed," Erickson told those in attendance at the church and others watching a livestream online broadcast.
Six adults were killed early Sunday morning when a suspect opened fire at a birthday party in Colorado Springs, Colorado, police said. Officers responded to a 911 call at the Canterbury Mobile Home Park around 12:18 a.m. and discovered the victims and suspect with gunshot wounds. "The children at the trailer were uninjured by the suspect and are now with relatives," the Colorado Springs Police Department said in a statement.
Newly released documents from an internal probe into the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor shows two investigators determined that none of the officers involved in serving a 2020 narcotics warrant at the 26-year-old's apartment should have fired their gun, but the findings were contradicted by senior officials in the Louisville Metro Police Department, according to a new report from two investigators. Sgt. Andrew Meyer of the police department's Professional Standards Unit determined in a preliminary report dated Dec. 4 that the three officers involved in the March 13, 2020, shooting should have held their fire after Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, shot one of them, according to the documents obtained by ABC News.
Kentucky Derby winner Medina Spirit has tested positive for a banned race-day drug, its trainer announced. Bob Baffert, a Hall of Fame trainer, announced in a press conference at Churchill Downs Sunday that the horse failed a post-race drug test. Churchill Downs suspended Baffert as a result.
Robin Banks was hesitant about getting the COVID-19 vaccine. The 27-year-old California resident felt he was young and healthy enough that the virus wouldn't affect him. "I didn't really know much about [the vaccine], so I thought, maybe wait a little bit and see how that goes," Banks told San Diego ABC affiliate KGTV.
Dramatically ramping up COVID-19 vaccinations is key to ending the crisis in India, White House chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci told ABC's "This Week" anchor George Stephanopoulos. "The endgame of this all, George, is going to be to get people vaccinated," Fauci said Sunday. India is currently experiencing a devastating surge of COVID-19 with record-breaking cases, hospitalizations and deaths.
Nine people have been injured after a balcony suddenly collapsed at a beachfront California home, causing the victims to plummet about 15 feet onto the rocky shore below. Investigators told KABC that building and safety inspectors will now assess the scene of the accident and determine if there is any structural damage to the home.
Variant COVID-19 infections skyrocketed following spring break in Florida and there have been more than 10,000 variant cases reported throughout the state, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported based on data from the Florida Department of Health. The Florida Department of Health does not disclose variant cases on its public dashboard.
Now scientists have developed flat pasta that can morph into familiar shapes when cooked, which could make them easier to ship not just on Earth, but in space. Traditional pasta already changes shape when cooked, expanding and softening when boiled. The researchers stamped patterns of tiny grooves into conventional flat pasta dough made solely of semolina flour and water.
Ja'Niah Bryant lost her best friend on April 20 when her older sister was fatally shot by a police officer outside their foster home in Columbus, Ohio. In an exclusive TV interview with ABC News' Eva Pilgrim for "Good Morning America," Ja'Niah described 16-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant as her "other half." "We did everything together," Ja'Niah, 15, said.
Marisa Bardach Ramel is co-author of "The Goodbye Diaries: A Mother-Daughter Memoir," written with her mother Sally Bardach. For me, that gift is my daughter's birthday: May 10. The best gift that year was being released from the hospital on Mother's Day so that I could spend it in bed, my baby girl sleeping on my chest.
Latest update, 12:36 a.m.: The rocket has reentered Earth's atmosphere and fell into the Indian ocean north of the Maldives at latitude 22.2, longitude 50.0, according to an update from Space-Track. @18SPCS confirms that CZ-5B (#LongMarch5B) (48275 / 2021-035B) reentered atmosphere 9 May at 0214Z and fell into the Indian ocean north of the Maldives at lat 22.2, long 50.0. Latest update, 11:45 p.m.: The rocket has reentered Earth's atmosphere, according to U.S. Space Command, which has been providing updates via Space-Track.
Four people are dead, including a suspected shooter, and another is injured following reports of an active shooter and fire at a home in Baltimore County, Maryland, authorities said. Police officers responding to the Woodlawn neighborhood, west of Baltimore, after 6:40 a.m. Saturday found a man armed with a gun outside a burning residence, Baltimore County Police Department spokesperson Joy Stewart said during a press briefing. Police fatally shot the suspect, Stewart said.