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As Trump argues for a wall, a border security measure gets pulled back

John Moore/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- U.S. Army soldiers have removed barbed wire along the US-Mexico border in areas where the Trump administration has said more border security measures are needed after local community leaders raised concerns.

About 2 miles of   ... Read More

Deaf, blind puppy rescued after being ‘tossed away like trash’ in frozen creek

Sherry Bishop(NEW YORK) -- A deaf and nearly blind puppy was rescued in Kentucky earlier this week after being thrown alive into a rock-filled trash bag and dumped in a partially frozen creek.

Highway workers on a road above   ... Read More

More than 260 migrants died trying to cross the US southern border: Report

John Moore/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- The recent death of a 7-year-old girl in U.S. government custody appears to have been one of four people who died this month trying to cross the Mexico border, and one of more than   ... Read More

Utah set to drop blood alcohol limit to .05, making it the strictest in the country

ViewApart/iStock(NEW YORK) -- Utah is getting ready to implement the strictest blood-alcohol driving limits in the country.

The law, which was passed in March 2017 by Gov. Gary Herbert, will define driving under the influence as having a “blood   ... Read More

Thousands of troops to remain on US-Mexico border as original deployment ends

Brendan Mullin/U.S. Marine Corps (WASHINGTON) -- Days before the midterm elections, President Donald Trump announced the deployment of active duty troops to the southern border to stop caravans of migrants making their way through Mexico.

On Saturday, that original border   ... Read More

Heavy rain, potential flooding threaten East Coast over the weekend

ABC News(NEW YORK) -- A storm in the eastern U.S. is bringing mainly heavy rain to half of the nation this weekend. On Friday, over 2 inches of rain fell in parts of South Carolina, with flooding reported there   ... Read More

Police search fiancé’s home amid Colorado mom Kelsey Berreth’s ‘suspicious’ disappearance

Prathaan/iStock(WOODLAND PARK, Colo.) -- It's been 23 days since a young Colorado mother vanished -- and as investigators search the home of the last person who talked to her in person, police are calling her disappearance "suspicious."

Kelsey Berreth,   ... Read More

24-year-old woman found shot dead on trail may have been lured there: Police

iStock/Thinkstock(ATLANTA) -- A 24-year-old woman found dead in broad daylight on a trail in DeKalb County, Georgia, may have been lured there, according to police.

The body of Shantrelle Monroe, who was shot dead, was found Wednesday afternoon on   ... Read More

Border Patrol defends handling, medical care of 7-year-old girl who died in custody

iStock/Thinkstock(EL PASO, Texas) -- Department of Homeland Security and Customs and Border Patrol officials made a concerted effort Friday to explain the circumstances surrounding the death of a 7-year-old girl in government custody after she and her father were   ... Read More

Officer shot dead, K9 critically hurt after traffic stop turns into chase, says police chief

kali9/iStock(NEW YORK) -- Police in Georgia are mourning the loss of an officer who was shot dead after a traffic stop turned into a foot chase Thursday night, authorities said.

Dekalb County Police Chief James Conroy was overcome with   ... Read More

Storm crossing country moves into Southeast with heavy rain, flooding

ABC News(NEW YORK) -- A storm system crossing the country dropped more than 4 inches of rain in Little Rock, Arkansas, on Thursday and snow in parts of Abilene, Texas.

As the storm moves east, numerous states from Texas   ... Read More

Melania Trump makes Christmas visit to children’s hospital after taking on critics

Alex Wong/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- First lady Melania Trump visited the Children's National Hospital in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, continuing a tradition followed by every first lady since Bess Truman more than 60 years ago, according to the White House.   ... Read More

“The Lorax” makes appearance in federal court ruling on Atlantic Coast Pipeline

ssuaphoto/iStock(WASHINGTON) -- A fuzzy orange creature famous for standing on a stump played a role in a legal decision on a major natural gas pipeline this week.

A federal judge on the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals quoted   ... Read More

Four adults who entered WV mine could face felony charges

ABC News(CLEAR CREEK, W.Va.) -- The four people who illegally entered a West Virginia mine, where they were trapped for days, could face felony charges if investigators determine they had intended to steal copper, authorities said.

The individuals entered   ... Read More

Bomb threats demanding bitcoin funds reported across the country, authorities say

TinaFields/iStock(NEW YORK) -- Multiple bomb threats have been reported across the country, according to authorities.

The New York Police Department said it was monitoring multiple bomb threats sent electronically to various locations throughout the city. The threats are not   ... Read More

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As Trump argues for a wall, a border security measure gets pulled back

John Moore/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- U.S. Army soldiers have removed barbed wire along the US-Mexico border in areas where the Trump administration has said more border security measures are needed after local community leaders raised concerns.

About 2 miles of   ... Read More

Deaf, blind puppy rescued after being ‘tossed away like trash’ in frozen creek

Sherry Bishop(NEW YORK) -- A deaf and nearly blind puppy was rescued in Kentucky earlier this week after being thrown alive into a rock-filled trash bag and dumped in a partially frozen creek.

Highway workers on a road above   ... Read More

More than 260 migrants died trying to cross the US southern border: Report

John Moore/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- The recent death of a 7-year-old girl in U.S. government custody appears to have been one of four people who died this month trying to cross the Mexico border, and one of more than   ... Read More

Utah set to drop blood alcohol limit to .05, making it the strictest in the country

ViewApart/iStock(NEW YORK) -- Utah is getting ready to implement the strictest blood-alcohol driving limits in the country.

The law, which was passed in March 2017 by Gov. Gary Herbert, will define driving under the influence as having a “blood   ... Read More

Thousands of troops to remain on US-Mexico border as original deployment ends

Brendan Mullin/U.S. Marine Corps (WASHINGTON) -- Days before the midterm elections, President Donald Trump announced the deployment of active duty troops to the southern border to stop caravans of migrants making their way through Mexico.

On Saturday, that original border   ... Read More

Heavy rain, potential flooding threaten East Coast over the weekend

ABC News(NEW YORK) -- A storm in the eastern U.S. is bringing mainly heavy rain to half of the nation this weekend. On Friday, over 2 inches of rain fell in parts of South Carolina, with flooding reported there   ... Read More

Police search fiancé’s home amid Colorado mom Kelsey Berreth’s ‘suspicious’ disappearance

Prathaan/iStock(WOODLAND PARK, Colo.) -- It's been 23 days since a young Colorado mother vanished -- and as investigators search the home of the last person who talked to her in person, police are calling her disappearance "suspicious."

Kelsey Berreth,   ... Read More

24-year-old woman found shot dead on trail may have been lured there: Police

iStock/Thinkstock(ATLANTA) -- A 24-year-old woman found dead in broad daylight on a trail in DeKalb County, Georgia, may have been lured there, according to police.

The body of Shantrelle Monroe, who was shot dead, was found Wednesday afternoon on   ... Read More

Border Patrol defends handling, medical care of 7-year-old girl who died in custody

iStock/Thinkstock(EL PASO, Texas) -- Department of Homeland Security and Customs and Border Patrol officials made a concerted effort Friday to explain the circumstances surrounding the death of a 7-year-old girl in government custody after she and her father were   ... Read More

Officer shot dead, K9 critically hurt after traffic stop turns into chase, says police chief

kali9/iStock(NEW YORK) -- Police in Georgia are mourning the loss of an officer who was shot dead after a traffic stop turned into a foot chase Thursday night, authorities said.

Dekalb County Police Chief James Conroy was overcome with   ... Read More

Storm crossing country moves into Southeast with heavy rain, flooding

ABC News(NEW YORK) -- A storm system crossing the country dropped more than 4 inches of rain in Little Rock, Arkansas, on Thursday and snow in parts of Abilene, Texas.

As the storm moves east, numerous states from Texas   ... Read More

Melania Trump makes Christmas visit to children’s hospital after taking on critics

Alex Wong/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- First lady Melania Trump visited the Children's National Hospital in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, continuing a tradition followed by every first lady since Bess Truman more than 60 years ago, according to the White House.   ... Read More

“The Lorax” makes appearance in federal court ruling on Atlantic Coast Pipeline

ssuaphoto/iStock(WASHINGTON) -- A fuzzy orange creature famous for standing on a stump played a role in a legal decision on a major natural gas pipeline this week.

A federal judge on the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals quoted   ... Read More

Four adults who entered WV mine could face felony charges

ABC News(CLEAR CREEK, W.Va.) -- The four people who illegally entered a West Virginia mine, where they were trapped for days, could face felony charges if investigators determine they had intended to steal copper, authorities said.

The individuals entered   ... Read More

Bomb threats demanding bitcoin funds reported across the country, authorities say

TinaFields/iStock(NEW YORK) -- Multiple bomb threats have been reported across the country, according to authorities.

The New York Police Department said it was monitoring multiple bomb threats sent electronically to various locations throughout the city. The threats are not   ... Read More

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