Beyoncé kicks off her 'Renaissance World Tour' in Stockholm, Sweden
She even rode a flying disco horse around the arena for the sold-out crowd.
She even rode a flying disco horse around the arena for the sold-out crowd.
The 37-count indictment against former President Donald Trump was unsealed Friday, and photos capture how classified documents were allegedly stored after his presidency was over and he left the White House. The indictment comes after more than 100 documents with classified markings were found in Florida at Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort in August 2022. In January 2021, the indictment alleges, Trump and his White House staff moved boxes containing hundreds of classified documents from the White House to Trump's resort, The Mar-a-Lago Club in Palm Beach.
Attendees at a Massachusetts high school's graduation ceremony this year may have thought they were seeing double -- or triple -- and they were right. Among the 2023 graduating class at Westford Academy, a public high school in Westford, Massachusetts, were 16 sets of twins and one set of triplets, according to Daniel Twomey, the school's dean of students. Twoney told "Good Morning America" that most of the students had attended the school since their freshman year, but no one realized just how many sets of multiple were in the class until their senior year.
Donald Trump was hit with a sweeping 37-count indictment from the special counsel's office Thursday, alleging that he willfully retained documents containing the nation's most sensitive secrets, including nuclear programs, after he left office, showed some of them on at least two occasions and then tried to obstruct the investigation into their whereabouts. Federal prosecutors unsealed the indictment Friday against the former president and his aide Walt Nauta in connection with his handling of government documents. The court papers allege that the classified documents included "defense and weapons capabilities of both the United States and foreign countries; United States nuclear programs; potential vulnerabilities of the United States and its allies to military attack; and plans for possible retaliation in response to a foreign attack."
Republicans are rallying behind Donald Trump in the face of his historic indictmenton federal charges. Before the indictment was unsealed Friday, much as they did after he was charged in New York on 34 felony counts, party leaders focused their attacks on the Department of Justice and President Joe Biden. "Look, this is a sad day for America to see a former president of the United States facing indictment under federal law," former Vice President Mike Pence said as in an interview with radio host Hugh Hewitt on Friday.
Emily Raines and Daniel Shifflett had decided to go on a Caribbean cruise before welcoming a new puppy into their home. "The stewardess over the intercom said, 'Anybody with medical experience, can you come to the front of the plane?' So we just kind of looked at each other and was like, 'All right,'" Shifflett told "GMA." Shifflett is a former nurse of five years who now works for a financial newsletter company while Raines has been a nurse for the last decade and is currently working at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center.
BTS has dropped a new song titled "Take Two" in celebration of their 10th anniversary. BTS members RM and j-hope participated in the songwriting while SUGA participated in the overall production of the song. BTS released their first single "No More Dream" in 2013.
Former President Donald Trump's lawsuit against his one-time lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen is set for trial in August 2024, according to an order Friday by a federal judge in Florida. Trump has accused Cohen of breaching his fiduciary duty and his lawsuit seeks at least a half-billion dollars in damages. Cohen has sought to dismiss the lawsuit, calling it vindictive, frivolous and scattershot.
Tom Holland says he's never been this excited for his fans to see something he's done. The "Spider-Man: No Way Home" actor was talking about "The Crowded Room," telling ABC Audio this week that the new series -- which debuted today on Apple TV+ -- "broke" him. As challenging as it was to make, Holland said it was equally rewarding.
An aide to former President Donald Trump, Walt Nauta, has been charged by the special counsel as part of their probe into Trump’s alleged taking of classified information, sources tell ABC News. Nauta, a former valet in the Trump White House who left his role to join the former president as a personal aide in early 2021, was indicted by the same grand jury in Florida that indicted Trump on Thursday, the sources say. It is not immediately clear what the exact charges are and an attorney for Nauta declined to comment when contacted by ABC News.
Millions of dollars in unpaid school lunch debt have been mounting in districts across the country, and one Virginia mom is on a mission to settle the bill in her local community. Adelle Settle feels a student's ability to pay for their meal at the school cafeteria should never get in the way of their success. For years, Settle has been raising money for schools one call or social media post at a time, to help students in Virginia focus on their studies and not their stomachs.
A Florida woman appeared at her first court hearing after she was arrested in the shooting death of her neighbor, a mother of four, after an alleged dispute with the neighbor's children. Susan Lorincz, 58, who is white, appeared in court via video from the Marion County Jail where she is currently being housed, according to the Marion County Sheriff's Office (MCSO). Lorincz admitted to calling children in the neighborhood the n-word and other derogatory terms in the past, according to a police report.
Former President Donald Trump said on an audio recording in 2021 that he had taken classified information with him to his Florida home after leaving the White House, ABC News has confirmed. Trump is heard on the audio recording saying, as described to ABC News, "As president I could have declassified, but now I can't." The recording, first reported Friday morning by CNN, was made as part of an interview Trump gave for a book and was obtained by the special counsel’s team.
Joran van der Sloot, the main suspect in the unsolved 2005 disappearance of American teenager Natalee Holloway, is heading to a federal courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama, on Friday to face federal extortion and wire fraud charges. Van der Sloot, who is accused of trying to profit from his connection to the Holloway case, is scheduled to be arraigned at 11 a.m. CT. The Dutch citizen was handed over to the FBI on Thursday morning to be extradited from Peru, where he had been serving a 28-year sentence for the 2010 murder of 21-year-old Stephany Flores.
The summons sent to former President Donald Trump and his legal team late Thursday indicates that U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon will be assigned to oversee his case, at least initially, according to sources briefed on the matter. Cannon's apparent assignment would add yet another unprecedented wrinkle to a case involving the first federal charges against a former president: Trump appointed Cannon to the federal bench in 2020, meaning that, if Trump is ultimately convicted, she would be responsible for determining the sentence – which may include prison time – for the man who elevated her to the role. A federal grand jury voted to indict Trump on at least seven federal charges late Thursday as part of an investigation into his handling of classified documents, sources familiar with the matter told ABC News.
Beware the fake listing. It's a scam that Morgan MacFarlane encountered when she booked an Airbnb room for a trip to Mexico. "When I got there, I started speaking with the manager who was working, who explained to me that it was $15 more U.S. a night, which I was like I've already paid, like I already have a booking," MacFarlane said.
Los Angeles Rams defensive coordinator Raheem Morris was at the Encore Hotel pool in Las Vegas over Memorial Day weekend with his family when an unresponsive 3-year-old child was pulled from the water. Now, Morris, the doctor and Wyatt's family have reunited for the first time on "Good Morning America" to share their story and stress the importance of regular safety training. "It's truly a miracle when I try to wrap my mind around everything that happened," Kelseigh Stanley, Wyatt's mother, told "GMA."
Officials from the Transportation Security Administration in South Dakota stopped a passenger with a loaded handgun from getting onto a plane in the fourth such incident at the Sioux Falls Airport this year. During the routine screening of carry-on luggage this past Tuesday, a TSA officer at the Sioux Falls Regional Airport spotted a silhouette of a handgun on the X-ray screen, the Transportation Security Administration said in a statement detailing the event on Tuesday. Airport officials immediately alerted the Minnehaha County Sheriff’s Office who responded to the airport’s security screening area and discovered that the firearm was loaded.
While the Northeast may be unfamiliar with hazy conditions caused by smoke from wildfires, which blew down from Canada, the West Coast is far more familiar. On the West Coast, wildfires are common, but over the past few years, they have become larger and more widespread, causing more damage. With Canada currently on track to potentially experience its worst wildlife season ever, meaning New York City and other areas, could see more smoky conditions over the next few months, there may be lessons to learn from how the West Coast handles large blazes.
Maggie Wells woke up on New Year’s Day last year with what she described as a “bone-chilling” thought. The 34-year-old mother of three weighed more than 300 pounds and refused, for the most part, to be in any family photographs. "I just woke up on New Year’s Day and that was the first thought that struck me immediately," she said.
Authorities are looking for two people after they allegedly approached and harassed a bison calf at a national park in Wyoming. The incident occurred in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming at approximately 1 p.m. on Sunday, June 4, when two individuals were seen “approaching and touching a bison calf at the southern end of Elk Ranch Flats in Grand Teton National Park,” read a statement from the National Park Service describing the encounter. Park rangers are now asking the public for help with their investigation and anyone with any information on the alleged individuals involved with the bison encounter is asked to contact park authorities immediately.