The Lord Lieutenant of the county of Bristol served the queen for six years.
The Lord Lieutenant of the county of Bristol served the queen for six years.
A person in U.S. Border Patrol custody was fatally shot on Tuesday in an incident at a USBP station in El Paso, Texas, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Authorities said that publicly available information was limited due to an ongoing FBI investigation. An FBI spokesman said in a statement late Tuesday that their agents were first contacted about the fatal shooting about 1 p.m. local time.
Babe Ruth and Roger Maris are in the rearview mirror. Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge hit his American League record 62nd home run Tuesday. Maris held the AL record for 61 years -- hitting 61 home runs in 1961 -- after besting fellow Yankee Mickey Mantle in a duel to surpass the Babe.
A person of interest is in custody in connection with the kidnapping of four family members, including an 8-month-old girl, who remain missing, authorities said. Eight-month-old Aroohi Dheri and her parents -- 27-year-old mother Jasleen Kaur and 36-year-old father Jasdeep Singh -- were taken against their will from a business in Merced County in Northern California on Monday, Merced County Sheriff Vern Warnke said. The baby's uncle, 39-year-old uncle Amandeep Singh, was also kidnapped, the sheriff said.
The Arizona Medical Association and a physician filed a lawsuit Tuesday, asking a court to provide clarity amid what they say is "significant confusion" over the state's abortion laws. The plaintiffs, including Paul A. Isaacson, M.D., according to the court document, are asking the court to allow abortions up to 15 weeks into pregnancy in accordance with the state's most recent abortion law. A 15-week abortion ban was signed into law in March 2022 by Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and went into effect on Sept. 24 -- 90 days after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade.
With Ian already the deadliest hurricane in decades in Florida -- and the death toll continuing to rise -- Gov. Ron DeSantis told ABC News on Monday that there would "of course" be a review of the decisions that local officials made before the storm hit. DeSantis responded brusquely at an afternoon press conference to questions from ABC News about the evacuation orders issued shortly before Ian made landfall in western Florida on Wednesday. Lee County, which has seen the most fatalities, did not mandate evacuations until the day before the Category 4 storm leveled much of its coastline.
Former President Donald Trump, in a limited request, has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to halt part of an 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling and restore a special master's access to classified documents seized from Mar-a-Lago while the Justice Department review continues. The application was made to Justice Clarence Thomas, circuit justice for the 11th Circuit.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday engaged in an emotionally charged debate over whether to impose new limits on the Voting Rights Act and curb longstanding protections against race discrimination in the drawing of electoral maps. Several of the court's conservative justices showed openness to raising the legal bar for challenges to maps that may deny a minority group equal opportunity to elect preferred candidates. Justice Samuel Alito suggested the current standard is so loose that a state can never win.
Nearly a week after Hurricane Ian slammed into Florida's southwestern coast, search and rescue efforts are ongoing, as the region takes steps to recover from the devastating storm. Lee County -- home to Fort Myers and the barrier islands Sanibel and Pine -- was especially hard-hit by the powerful Category 4 storm, with Fort Myers Beach frequently referred to as "ground zero" by local officials. At least 55 people died due to Ian in the coastal county, according to the Lee County Sheriff's Office -- more than half of the 100 storm-related fatalities statewide reported so far.
A new Biden administration report on abortion access in the U.S. describes how widely the procedure has been curtailed in the roughly 100 days after Roe v. Wade was overturned, according to a memo obtained by ABC News. The report, compiled by Jen Klein, the head of the administration's interagency task force on abortion access, was one focus of a Tuesday meeting that President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris and Cabinet members convened to discuss the state of abortion care. The report recapped efforts by Republicans to limit abortions in the wake of the Supreme Court's reversal of Roe in June, a ruling that allowed states to regulate or ban the procedure as they saw fit.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk proposed the completion of a deal to acquire Twitter on Tuesday, reversing a monthslong effort to terminate the agreement. Musk — the richest person in the world, according to Forbes — put forward a proposal to Twitter that would complete the deal at Musk's original offer price of $54.20 a share at a total cost of roughly $44 billion, a person familiar with the proposal told ABC News. In a statement, Twitter said it plans to agree to a deal at the price proposed by Musk.
Less than 24 hours after accusing his father of "destroying" lives following a report in the Daily Beast that an ex-girlfriend claimed Georgia GOP Senate hopeful Herschel Walker paid the cost of her abortion more than a decade ago, Christian Walker has doubled down on his scathing response in a pair of videos on Tuesday. The younger Walker, an outspoken conservative social media personality and podcast host, accused his father of repeatedly lying throughout the campaign, which also faced reports of Walker’s alleged extramarital affairs and “secret” children months ago.
Police are on the lookout for the person responsible for six murders so far in Stockton, California. Another shooting, of a 46-year-old Black woman at Park Street and Union Street in Stockton at 3:20 a.m. on April 16, 2021, was also linked to the investigation, police said. Police said late Monday that another homicide investigation had been linked to the case: The shooting death of a 40-year-old Hispanic man in Oakland, California, at 4:18 a.m. on April 10, 2021.
Beyoncé is showing fans how to really glow there in yet another campaign with Tiffany & Co. In the video, Beyoncé wears a Tiffany Setting Engagement ring in platinum with over 10 carats of diamonds, as well as a custom Tiffany HardWear necklace, created specifically for the campaign. "Lose Yourself in Love" was directed by Grammy Award-winning director Mark Romanek and inspired by New York City's Studio 54 era.
Kaley Cuoco and Johnny Galecki's chemistry was so off the charts during "The Big Bang Theory" that they took their on-screen romance into the real world. While their characters ultimately ended up together after their on-and-off relationship, Cuoco and Galecki quietly dated early in the show's run. "All the scenes up until we actually got together in real life, it was obvious there was always something there," Cuoco said in a book excerpt from "The Big Bang Theory: The Definitive, Inside Story of the Epic Hit Series" shared by Vanity Fair.
Brenna Lyons, a young mom living with her husband and toddler son in Augusta, Georgia, suffered a miscarriage last spring. The procedure she required to remove tissue from her uterus was the same used for a woman getting an abortion, called a "dilation and curettage."
A worker at Northeastern University's virtual reality lab was arrested Tuesday for arranging an apparent hoax that evacuated parts of campus and touched off a search at other Boston colleges and universities, according to the FBI and the U.S. attorney's office in Boston. Authorities have charged Jason Duhaime with one count of conveying false and misleading information related to an explosive device and one count of making materially false statements to a federal enforcement agent. Duhaime was employed as the new technology manager and director of the immersive media lab at Northeastern University.
Fans can finally get their first look at Will Smith in the new teaser for Antoine Fuqua's fugitive slave drama, "Emancipation." The film, produced by and starring Smith in his first acting role since slapping Chris Rock at the 2022 Oscars, will hit theaters nationwide on Dec. 2 and Apple TV+ a week later on Dec. 9. The streaming site describes the film as "the triumphant story of Peter (Smith), a man who escapes from slavery, relying on his wits, unwavering faith and deep love for his family to evade cold-blooded hunters and the unforgiving swamps of Louisiana on his quest for freedom."
Before Hurricane Ian brought destruction to the Florida Peninsula on Sept. 28, federal and state officials urged Floridians to evacuate their homes and seek shelter because of dangerous winds and deadly storm surge. Sept. 27 – Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis issued an evacuation order for 12 counties, including Charlotte, Citrus, Collier, Hernando, Hillsborough, Lee, Levy, Manatee, Pasco, Pinellas, Putnam and Sarasota, when Ian became a Category 3 hurricane, threatening coastal communities.
Former Trump White House adviser Steve Bannon will stand trial in November 2023, a judge in New York said Tuesday. Bannon is charged with defrauding donors to the "We Build the Wall" campaign, which was an independent effort intended to raise money for former President Donald Trump's signature policy project. The Manhattan District Attorney's Office said Bannon promised 100% of money raised would go toward building a wall along the U.S. southern border.
Uvalde:365 is a continuing ABC News series reported from Uvalde and focused on the Texas community and how it forges on in the shadow of tragedy. On the morning of May 24, Eva Mireles, a mom who loved karaoke, hiking and working out, texted her daughter about a CrossFit backpack she planned to buy. Hours later, Ruiz heard about a shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, where her mom was a fourth grade teacher.