The death of a swimmer this Memorial Day weekend in Florida has drawn new attention to the dangers of rip currents.
Authorities have intensified their response to this week's Santa Barbara oil spill by announcing remedies and additional investigations.
Police arrested demonstrators in downtown Cleveland on Saturday night following the acquittal of a police officer who stood trial in the 2012 shooting death of two unarmed people.
Flooding from record-setting rains in Texas and Oklahoma swept away hundreds of homes and left at least three people dead.
The unofficial kick-off of the summer season, unfortunately, also means higher rates of injuries.
The TV show "19 Kids and Counting" was pulled from TLC's schedule today, ABC News can confirm.
Jessica Morales, 18, said she was shocked to open her high school yearbook last week to see what she felt is a racially offensive photo depicting the "border patrol" interacting with students in stereotypical costumes.
Josh Duggar is responding to recent reports that he inappropriately touched minors several years ago, saying he "would do anything to go back to those teen years and take different actions."
The onshore pipeline behind this week's Santa Barbara oil spill was operating "well below its maximum operating capacity" when it ruptured and leaked more than 100,000 gallons of crude on coastal lands and into the ocean, the oil company said Thursday.
A few months ago, Kelly Gissendaner wrote a letter to a pen pal across the Atlantic. She told him the state of Georgia was about to fix a date for her execution. One evening soon, she would be strapped to a gurney, needles would be inserted into her arm, and poison would course through her veins until she was dead.