University suspends fraternity activities after freshman found unresponsive
The University of Missouri has suspended all fraternity activities after a freshman was found unresponsive Wednesday after a frat party and taken to the hospital.
Clinton updates on recovery after hospitalization: 'I’m really glad to be back home'
Former President Bill Clinton was hospitalized with an infection last week. Now, he's recovering at home.
No US injuries in attack on remote American base in Syria
The U.S. base at al Tanf is located along the Syrian border with Jordan.
Unarmed man shot 8 times by police files $26 million lawsuit
Isiah Brown, a Black man, was shot eight times by police, just after receiving a ride home from the deputy.
Trump golf course under criminal investigation
The Westchester, New York, district attorney's office has had an ongoing criminal probe into the Trump Organization's Westchester golf course, sources tell ABC News.
Chicago police union takes fight against vaccine mandate to court
A battle pitting the mayor of Chicago and the superintendent of the police department against some officers defying a vaccine mandate heads to a courtroom on Wednesday.
Gates Foundation to spend $120M on access for COVID-19 pill
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation says it will spend $120 million to boost access to generic versions of drugmaker Merck’s antiviral COVID-19 pill for lower income countries, if the drug gets approved by regulators
Giuliani associate decides not to testify at criminal trial
An associate of Rudy Giuliani has told a federal judge that he will not testify at his own trial
Atlanta police: Woman, killer dead after high-rise shootout
Police in Atlanta say a woman is dead and a suspected gunman has been killed inside a high-rise apartment after a shootout with officers
J & J looking to bankruptcy to resolve 40,000 baby powder cancer suits
The company is looking to resolve the cases in bankruptcy court.