This dog had to ‘paws’ his morning walk to play on his neighbor’s snowy yard.
This dog had to ‘paws’ his morning walk to play on his neighbor’s snowy yard.
A little girl's touching letter to an officer who responded to the violent siege at the U.S. Capitol has received a response from the Metropolitan Police Department. Johnna Jablonski, mom to 10-year-old Emma, told "Good Morning America" that her daughter had seen news footage covering the now-viral video of Officer Daniel Hodges being crushed against a metal door frame inside the Capitol building. The rioting unfolded the afternoon of Jan. 6 after supporters of President Donald Trump made their way up the Capitol steps around 2:15 p.m. ET, pushing through barricades, officers in riot gear and other security measures that were put in place in anticipation of the moment.
Ben Affleck revisited his "Bennifer" days and detailed the racism Jennifer Lopez endured during their brief engagement. Speaking Thursday to The Hollywood Reporter for its "Awards Chatter" podcast to promote his film "The Way Back," the 48-year-old actor recalled the abuse tabloids hurled at Lopez when news broke of their romance. "There's always a story of the month, and me dating Jennifer Lopez happened to be that tabloid story at the time," the "Gone Girl" star explained.
"Sometimes one has to make tough career choices for the family," Ifeoma Chuks-Adizue of Lagos, Nigeria, told "Good Morning America." In Chuks-Adizue case, her son OJ was having difficulty at school and with speech. At the time, Chuks-Adizue was senior marketing manager at Procter & Gamble.
Nearly a year after fans learned Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and Lisa Kudrow had agreed to a "Friends" reunion, the special finally seems to be back on track. With Rob Lowe on Thursday, Kudrow gave an update on the HBO Max project, which was delayed after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in March.
Jacob Chansley, the self-described "QAnon shaman," is set for a detention hearing this afternoon in Arizona federal court, and prosecutors are requesting a judge keep him in government custody pending trial -- using some of their bluntest words yet in court to describe last week's assault on the U.S. Capitol as a "violent insurrection." "Chansley is an active participant in -- and has made himself the most prominent symbol of -- a violent insurrection that attempted to overthrow the United States Government on January 6, 2021," prosecutors wrote in a brief to the judge. Prosecutors describe Chansley as both a clear flight risk and a mentally unstable individual, partly due to his leadership in the QAnon movement -- which they bluntly describe in the brief as a "dangerous extremist group."
While there are lots of interesting beauty hacks and tips found on TikTok, many people have been stunned to see others intentionally painting on under-eye bags and dark circles. Miami-based makeup and skincare engineer Megha Singh gave the unusual hack a try and shared a video where she is seen applying a pinkish-purple shade of makeup under her eyes. "Can we make dark circles a trend?" she questioned in the video.
Shawn Johnson is pregnant with her second child with husband Andrew East, the couple announced Friday. "Here we go again," the Olympic gold medalist captioned an Instagram post featuring a series of photos in which she shows off her baby bump with her family. In the first snap, she shares a romantic kiss with East.
Willie Nelson is among the many Americans who’ve signed up to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. During his drive-through vaccination this week, a masked Nelson posed for a series of pictures, offering the camera a thumbs-up as he received his dose of the vaccine. Nelson, who turns 88 in April, is among the first mainstream country stars to publicly receive the COVID-19 vaccine, though many of his fellow artists have battled the virus.
Three of the key advisers who helped engineer Donald Trump's' rise to the presidency in 2016, and who fell from grace under the weight of federal criminal charges, resurfaced during Trump's final days in office to help engineer his ill-fated attempt to cling to power. Roger Stone, Steve Bannon, and retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn all participated in efforts to promote the Jan. 6 "Stop the Steal" event that ultimately devolved into a riotous and deadly melee at the United States Capitol, leaving five dead and causing Trump to become the only president to be impeached for a second time.
Emily Yarid posted a now-viral video of how she built a 3D printed replica of the famed Iron Man suit that has racked up more than 57 million views and counting. Yarid joined "Good Morning America" on Friday to discuss her marvelous creation, the moment her TikTok took off and the advice she would give to kids who also feel inspired. "I had spent about three days making this TikTok video about behind the scenes of me making this suit and I posted it about two hours before I went to my graduation ceremony," the recent Clemson University graduate said.
One top chef has a recipe that can affordably feed four people without sacrificing flavor. Chef Antonia Lofaso joined "Good Morning America" for the Dollar Dinner Challenge to create two meals for four people, all for under 20 bucks. The chef, TV personality, owner and executive chef of Scopa Italian Roots in Marina del Ray, California, used boneless, skinless chicken thighs as the base protein for both meals.
The danger to the public and to law enforcement officers from explosive devices during expected upcoming protests "is substantial," the FBI warned in a new awareness bulletin obtained by ABC News. The document includes photos of devices used in the last eight months against civilian and law enforcement targets during public protests. The FBI now wants to make first responders aware of what has been deployed in the past and what they might encounter during demonstrations linked to the inauguration.
When a violent mob of President Donald Trump's supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, it was law enforcement officers who put their lives at risk to protect Congress and secure the area. Robert Contee, chief of the Metropolitan Police Department of the District of Columbia, let three of his officers who were on the front lines speak to D.C. ABC affiliate WJLA about their experiences. "They have a heroic story and I think the world really needs to know," Contee told WJLA.
A strong storm system is producing lots of wind and snow in the Central U.S., with a blizzard warning issued for five states, from Minnesota to Missouri. Already Friday morning up to half a foot of snow has fallen in Iowa and winds have been gusting at 60 to 80 mph from the Dakotas to Oklahoma. As the storm is expected to move into the Northeast, snow alerts have been extended into upstate New York and New England.
Nine in 10 Americans oppose the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, seven in 10 say Donald Trump bears at least some responsibility for it and a majority in a new ABC News/Washington Post poll – 56% – favors efforts in Congress to bar him from holding elected office again. Fifty-four percent in the national survey also say Trump should be charged criminally with inciting a riot for having encouraged his supporters to march on the Capitol.
The pullback of political giving by some of the country's most prominent companies -- a move triggered by the siege on the United States Capitol by a mob of President Donald Trump's supporters -- unevenly affects Republicans, but is unlikely to hamper the party's overall fundraising ahead of the 2022 cycle. In the days after the insurrection on Capitol Hill, more than two dozen companies announced they are either reevaluating their political giving strategies or withholding financial support for lawmakers -- for now -- including some businesses that are specifically halting donations to those Republicans in Congress who objected to the outcome of the 2020 presidential election last week. It's a dramatic defiance within corporate America, which historically lines the parties' pockets with hundreds of millions of dollars in an election cycle, and could especially hurt Republicans who rely relatively more heavily on contributions from corporate political action committees, or PACs.
For the second time in 13 months and for the fourth time in American history, the Senate will again embark on yet another impeachment trial, the second for President Donald Trump. Now that the House has approved an article of impeachment accusing Trump of inciting violence against the U.S. government, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi essentially determines when the trial starts. Proceedings are triggered when Pelosi authorizes the House impeachment managers, who she formally appointed Wednesday, to formally deliver the article to the Senate chamber.
When Kelly Klein, a kindergarten teacher in Minnesota, first battled stage 3 ovarian cancer five years ago, she had to take off about six months due to her aggressive treatments. Over the summer, when Klein, 54, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer again, she decided she would do whatever it takes to continue to be able to teach, a career she calls her passion. Klein has taught at Falcon Heights Elementary in Falcon Heights, Minnesota, for the past 32 years.
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With tensions running high between Iran and the United States in recent weeks, the Navy's top admiral believes the U.S. has the right naval assets in the Middle East to deter Iranian aggression. Adm. Mike Gilday, the chief of naval operations, told reporters during a trip to the headquarters of the U.S. Navy's 5th Fleet in Bahrain, that the recent return of the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz to the waters of the Middle East was intended "to maintain stability, at a time when things could potentially become unstable."