The man suspected of sending pipe bombs in the mail to Democratic figures and those critical of Trump, Cesar Sayoc made his second appearance in court for his bail hearing.
Author: ABC News
Half of registered voters think that President Donald Trump is encouraging politically motivated violence in the United States in the way he speaks, but essentially as many say the media are doing the same in the way they report the news, according to an ABC News/Washington Post poll.
(ABC News) – The Apple Watch can do a great many things, but could it save your life? Apple recently teamed up with Stanford University to conduct a study to see if they can figure out a way in which the Apple Watch can detect heart arrhythmia. Using the Apple Watch and iPhone, Apple wants to detect these abnormalities and…
Immigration and healthcare remain the biggest issues in the upcoming midterm election.
Google employees around the globe walk out to protest company’s handling of sexual misconduct allegations
By Morgan Winsor
Google employees around the world walked out of their offices on Thursday to protest how the technology company handles sexual misconduct allegations.
Three children and two adults waiting at a school bus stop in Tampa, Florida, were injured Thursday morning when they were struck by a vehicle, according to police, the third traffic incident this week in the United States in which kids were hit or killed on roadways.
Representatives from Boeing, the manufacturer of the ill-fated Lion Air 737 arrived in Indonesia to help in the investigation.
ABC News – A Turkish prosecutor publicly confirmed Wednesday for the first time that journalist Jamal Khashoggi was strangled as soon as he stepped into the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul and his body was dismembered. A statement from the Turkish prosecutor said Khashoggi’s killing this month was premeditated. This is a developing story. Please check back for updates. Categories: National…
James “Whitey” Bulger was killed Tuesday in a West Virginia federal prison, a law enforcement official told ABC News.
Cesar Sayoc, the man suspected of sending bombs in the mail to Democratic figures and those critical of President Trump made his first appearance in court on Monday, but another suspicious package was found in the mail on Tuesday morning.