ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee shares the latest forecast.
ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee shares the latest forecast.
A man accused of torturing a woman who authorities believe uses dating apps to find victims or people to help him evade police is now in custody following a manhunt, Oregon police said. Benjamin Obadiah Foster, 36, is wanted for attempted murder, kidnapping and assault, police said. A man police believe to be Foster was spotted walking a small dog in the Grants Pass area Tuesday morning, the department had said.
Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley is expected to announce her run for president in the coming weeks, sources familiar tell ABC News. The announcement is likely to come mid-February, and invitations are expected to be sent to her supporters in the coming days, according to sources familiar. Haley, who served as former President Donald Trump's U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, previously said she would not run against Trump.
A man armed with an AR-15-style rifle was shot and killed by police after opening fire in a Target store in Nebraska, authorities said. No injuries were reported among employees and shoppers at the Omaha store, police said. Law enforcement officers responded to multiple reports of an active shooter at the west Omaha Target around noon local time on Tuesday, the Omaha Police Department said.
Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin has teamed up with the American Heart Association (AHA) on its latest initiative promoting CPR training. Hamlin announced the partnership on his Instagram on Tuesday, citing how CPR saved his life earlier this month when he collapsed on the field after suffering cardiac arrest. "I want to thank everybody for the love and support over these past few weeks," Hamlin said in the video.
The House could vote as soon as Wednesday on a resolution to keep Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., from the House Foreign Affairs Committee. The House Rules Committee voted along party lines on Tuesday night, 9-4, to advance a resolution to effectively block Omar from the panel -- by removing her once she is seated. The resolution, which was introduced by Republican Rep. Max Miller of Ohio, cites some of Omar's previous controversial statements to argue she doesn't have an "objective mindset."
On May 11, the U.S. will no longer officially be in a COVID-19 emergency for the first time since the pandemic began three years ago. While hundreds of COVID-19 deaths are still reported each day in the U.S. -- adding to a toll of more than 1 million -- public health experts said the Biden administration is likely looking to end the national and public health emergencies related to COVID-19 because the omicron subvariants that are circulating are producing milder disease and the U.S. has high levels of immunity from previous vaccinations or infections. Jen Kates, with the nonpartisan nonprofit Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF), called the end of the emergencies "symbolically a big change."
Two travelers claim United Airlines lost their wheelchairs after taking a flight with the carrier earlier this week. Karah Behrend and Ryan Major were returning from a wheelchair rugby tournament in Jacksonville, Florida, and both said they checked their wheelchairs just before boarding the plane on Sunday, expecting them to be placed in the cargo area. When the plane arrived in Houston, Behrend said United employees informed them they could not locate the wheelchairs.
A Boston attorney and former colleague of U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts' wife, Jane, has filed a complaint with Congress and the Justice Department alleging her work as a legal recruiter poses a conflict of interest at the Supreme Court. The confidential complaint, first obtained and reported by The New York Times on Tuesday, suggests Jane Roberts' past position as legal recruiter -- helping high-profile firms hire top talent, some of whom later have business before the court -- may present an ethical concern. While she quit her job as a law partner when her husband was confirmed as chief justice in 2005, Jane Roberts made millions of dollars in commissions helping recruit for firms regularly involved in court business, according to the former colleague, Kendal Price, as reported by the Times.
Two monkeys that were reported missing from the Dallas Zoo on Monday have been found, zoo officials announced. The Dallas Police Department found the emperor tamarin monkeys on Tuesday and alerted zoo officials. Dallas Police received a tip that the monkeys were at an abandoned home in Lancaster, a city in the Dallas area, and responding officers found the animals in a closet in the home shortly before 5 p.m. local time, police said.
Idaho Fish and Game officials are hunting for answers about why coyotes have been chasing skiers at a resort, even biting one person. Officials received reports this month that coyotes seen on Schweitzer Mountain Ski Resort in North Idaho were chasing skiers as they skied down the slopes in what they describe as “highly unusual coyote behavior.” One woman suffered minor injuries after a coyote bit her, officials said.
The Dallas Zoo has been struck by a string of suspicious incidents in recent weeks that are under criminal investigation. A clouded leopard named Nova escaped from its enclosure after its fence was "intentionally cut," zoo officials said. The Dallas Police Department was on-site assisting with the search efforts, and the leopard was eventually located around 4:40 p.m. local time on the zoo grounds near the original habitat.
The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences CEO says that “To Leslie” star Andrea Riseborough’s best actress Oscar nomination will not be rescinded after many questioned the way she earned the recognition. In a statement, from Academy CEO Bill Kramer addressing the controversy and the film’s campaigning tactics, Kramer said, “The academy has determined the activity in question does not rise to the level that the film’s nomination should be rescinded.” Kramer did however say that the academy found “social media and outreach campaigning tactics that caused concern” and that the tactics “are being addressed with the responsible parties directly.”
Gap's latest campaign with menswear brand The Brooklyn Circus features a special tribute to the late Stephen "tWitch" Boss. The hip-hop freestyle dancer and choreographer, who died by suicide in December, was photographed for the campaign prior to his death. In the photos, Boss is seen doing a high-step move while wearing a Gap 1968 logo varsity jacket, tote bag, cuffed trouser pants and black loafers.
The State Department has informed Congress that Russia is no longer meeting obligations set by the only nuclear arms control pact shared by two powers, putting a rare area of cooperation between Washington and Moscow at risk. "Russia is not complying with its obligation under the New START Treaty to facilitate inspection activities on its territory," a spokesperson for the department said in a statement. "Russia's refusal to facilitate inspection activities prevents the United States from exercising important rights under the treaty and threatens the viability of U.S.-Russian nuclear arms control."
The health effects of coming into contact with a radioactive capsule no bigger than a coin that is currently lost in Western Australia could potentially be severe, according to experts. Caesium-137 is a manmade fission project often used in radiological laboratories as well as in industrial settings, such as within gauges in mining operations, Angela Di Fulvio, an assistant professor of nuclear engineering at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, told ABC News. Emergency responders and radiation specialists are frantically searching for a tiny capsule filled with Caesium-137, at 8 millimeters tall and 6 millimeters in diameter, along a 22-mile busy freight route in the regions of Pilbara, Midwest Gascoyne, Goldfields-Midlands and Perth Metropolitan, according to the Department of Fire and Emergency Services Western Australia.
As Rep. George Santos continues to face mounting scrutiny over fabricating large swaths of his biography, multiple men have described to ABC News past relationships with the New York congressman -- some allegedly occurring when they were still teenagers -- that they said turned toxic due to a flood of lies that Santos told to try to manipulate and trap them. The new allegations come as Santos on Tuesday informed his Republican colleagues at a closed-door conference meeting that he would be recusing himself from committee assignments. Several of the men ABC News spoke with said that they met Santos as young men, when Santos, who later ran for Congress as an openly gay Republican, was several years older than they were.
DC Studios co-CEO James Gunn is unveiling a new blueprint to streamline the DC Universe across film and television. The former Marvel "Guardians of the Galaxy" director, who also directed and wrote DC's "The Suicide Squad" and its spinoff "Peacemaker," shared the plans, which he put together with fellow DC Studios co-CEO Peter Safran, on Instagram Tuesday.
The FBI searched the Penn Biden Center in November after President Joe Biden's lawyers reported finding classified documents at a former office he used there, according to three sources familiar with the situation. It is unclear if the FBI discovered any additional documents during the search, which was done in coordination with Biden's lawyers and occurred after his aides disclosed to the National Archives that classified documents were found at his old office on Nov. 2, sources said. According to one source, the FBI checked the center to make sure all Biden-related documents were retrieved.
"Bad Boys 4" is on. In a video posted to Instagram on Tuesday, Will Smith announced the news that a fourth installment of the cop action comedy is coming soon. "I wish I was you, not knowing what I'm about to show me," Smith says in the video before pulling up to a house and knocking on the door.
Following the death of Tyre Nichols after his encounter with Memphis police officers, law enforcement officials across the country have been reflecting on how officers' tactics and policies can be improved. Apex, North Carolina, Police Chief Jason Armstrong, who took over as police chief in Ferguson, Missouri, following the 2014 fatal police shooting of Michael Brown, spoke with ABC News Live Monday to share his thoughts on police reform. ABC NEWS LIVE: We've heard a lot about the need for reform in training and police departments.