A man once convicted of the murder of Washington, D.C., intern Chandra Levy will not be retried, the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia said today. The U.S. Attorney's office moved to dismiss the case charging Ingmar Guandique with Levy's murder after the office concluded that "
"It's a terrible feeling to go to jail when you have not done anything,” Dan Rushing, 64, of Orlando, told local ABC affiliate WFTV. "Every other Wednesday, I stop at Krispy Kreme and get a doughnut there, and they found little — four little flakes of the icing," Rushing said. "
In her first interview since husband Senator Tim Kaine was nominated as vice-president, Anne Holton told ABC’s Ann Compton, “He and I are both very excited about not just having a woman president, but having men working for the first woman president! Isn’t that exciting? In her exclusive ABC News Radio
Perhaps more than any other policy issue, foreign or domestic, Donald Trump's views on Russia and the sanctity of ties to Eastern European allies have shown just how far outside the bounds of conventional wisdom and establishment norms he is willing to step. His comments on Russia have drawn ire
"We don't know enough [yet] to ... ascribe a motivation, regardless of who it may have been," Clapper said. Clapper said the U.S. government is not "quite ready yet" to "make a public call" on who was behind the cyber assault, but he suggested one of "the usual
Fewer millennials are buying homes than in the past six years, according to new data released by the U.S. Census Bureau on Thursday.Just 34.1 percent of Americans under the age of 35 owned their home, a decline of 0.7 percent from the second quarter of 2015. Millennial home ownership has fallen 4.9 percent
Blood donations have been halted in two Florida counties being investigated as the epicenter of a possible outbreak of locally transmitted Zika virus, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. At least four cases of Zika infections in Miami-Dade and Broward counties are being investigated
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The White House made clear today that Donald Trump will receive the classified intelligence briefing customarily provided to the presidential nominees of each party, despite concerns raised by some current and former intelligence officials and top Democrats on Capitol Hill. "The Director of National
The top U.S. commander in Afghanistan said five American special operators were wounded in just the last few days in counter-terrorism operations against ISIS. Army Gen. John Nicholson, the commander of Resolute Support and United States Forces in Afghanistan, said the Americans were helping Afghan
U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Reckless received a posthumous award this week in London. The People's Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA), a British animal charity, awarded Reckless the Dickin Medal — the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross, the highest British military decoration for valor — for her
The Florida Health Department is now investigating four Zika infections that may have been transmitted locally. More than 1,300 people have been diagnosed with Zika in the U.S. and virtually all contracted the disease while traveling abroad. A small number were due to sexual transmission of the disease
Is Sen. Tim Kaine the right vice presidential candidate to unite a fragile Democratic Party? With progressives still uneasy about Hillary Clinton’s candidacy, the Massachusetts Democrat declined to say Tuesday whether Clinton had tapped the best running mate to convince supporters of Sen. Bernie Sanders
A treasure hunter who went missing earlier this year while searching for a chest of gold in the wilderness of New Mexico has been found dead, authorities said. Randy Bilyeu's remains were found north of the Cochiti Lake along the Rio Grande River, the Santa Fe Police Department announced on Tuesday
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is due to endorse Hillary Clinton tonight, which comes as a surprise for many since he was at one point contemplating a presidential run himself. For New York Democrats attending the convention, they see the move as an example of crossing the aisle as opposed
She was answering a question about whether she believes Trump is racist for calling her “Pocahontas” in reference to Warren once highlighting her Native-American heritage despite there being no record of it. "No, it's the fact," she responded, before turning the focus to Trump’s treatment
Eight hikers were led to safety after a raging wildfire in northern California stranded them for at least five days, officials said. A Cal Fire spokesperson said this was not technically a “rescue” as the hikers, who had been near the massive Soberanes fire in Monterey County for at least five days,
A Virginia baseball player was saved when his teammate administered CPR moments after he was struck in the chest by a baseball. The Manassas baseball team was practicing for the Southeast Regional Tournament on July 14 when the catcher threw the ball and hit Steve Smith directly in the chest, according
"And I watch my daughters, two beautiful, intelligent black young women, playing with their dogs on the White House lawn. Michelle Obama's description of her daughters playing on the lawn of a White House built by slaves struck a chord with some listeners — a poignant reminder of the historical
“Overall, we still see attempts to use – manically use – the Russian issue during the U.S. electoral campaign,” Russian government spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, according to Russia’s state-run news outlet Sputnik.
First Lady Michelle Obama's speech brought a divided Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton crowd together last night after she spoke out against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump without ever saying his name, addressing the Democratic National Convention forcefully and personally. While