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Bill de Blasio paints Black Lives Matter street mural outside Trump Tower

David Dee Delgado/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio brought the Black Lives Matter movement right to President Donald Trump's doorstep on Thursday.

As part of the city's efforts to honor Black New Yorkers, the   ... Read More

Newly released body camera transcripts show last moments of George Floyd’s life

George Floyd is pictured in an undated photo released by the office of Civil Rights Attorney Ben Crump. - undefined Courtesy Ben Crump LawBy ELLA TORRES, ABC News

(MINNEAPOLIS) -- "Please don't shoot me," George Floyd repeated at least   ... Read More

Alaska at center of Trump administration’s drive to drill public lands during pandemic

BriBar/iStockBy EVAN SIMON, ABC News

(NEW YORK) -- Traditional subsistence hunting has always been a pillar of life along Alaska's remote North Slope. Dependable migrations of bowhead whales, Arctic grayling fish, and the country's last remaining caribou herds have   ... Read More

Tropical system trying to form off East Coast

ABC NewsBy MAX GOLEMBO, ABC News

(NEW YORK) -- More than 260 damaging storms were reported from Colorado to Maine Wednesday. There were also 25 reports of tornadoes throughout Colorado, Nebraska, Minnesota and Illinois.

The tornadoes destroyed homes and   ... Read More

Driver charged in fatal hit-and-run at Seattle Black Lives Matter protest

Kuzma/iStockBy BILL HUTCHINSON and MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News

(SEATTLE) -- A 27-year-old man arrested on suspicion of barreling into a Black Lives Matter protest on a closed Seattle freeway, killing one demonstrator and seriously injuring another, was charged Wednesday   ... Read More

Families of those who died from COVID-19 at nursing facility still looking for answers

ABC NewsBy KRISTOFER RIOS, CHO PARK, MATTHEW MOSK and LAUREN EFFRON, ABC News

(NEW YORK) -- For Dante Maglioli, a box of photographs is a time capsule. They show moments spent with his father during his childhood -- something   ... Read More

Coronavirus updates: Florida has 56 hospitals with no ICU beds, FEMA says

Ovidiu Dugulan/iStockBy MORGAN WINSOR and EMILY SHAPIRO, ABC News

(NEW YORK) -- A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed more than 550,000 people worldwide.

Over 12 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the   ... Read More

Actress Naya Rivera missing at lake after 4-year-old son found on boat

Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagicBy WILLIAM MANSELL, ABC News

(LOS ANGELES) -- Actress Naya Rivera, known for role on the hit TV show Glee, is missing after authorities found her 4-year-old son drifting alone on a boat at Lake Piru in California.   ... Read More

CAREN Act proposed to criminalize discriminatory 911 calls in San Francisco

Georgijevic/iStockBy IVAN PEREIRA, ABC NEWS

(SAN FRANCISCO) -- It soon may be even more costly in San Francisco for so-called Karens to dial 911 and make baseless accusations against persons of color.

San Francisco Supervisor Shamann Walton on Tuesday   ... Read More

New Yorkers ‘no longer trust the police,’ state attorney general says

kali9/iStockBy ELLA TORRES and AARON KATERSKY, ABC NEWS

(NEW YORK) -- Two weeks of protests and unrest in New York City after the death of George Floyd only intensified the overwhelming distrust many feel toward the New York City   ... Read More

Florida State University faces backlash for memo saying it will ‘no longer allow employees’ to care for kids while working remotely

iStock/RAUL RODRIGUEZ(NEW YORK) -- BY: KATIE KINDELAN

Confusion over a Florida university's memo to employees about caring for children while working remotely has put a spotlight on the pain working parents are feeling during the coronavirus pandemic, particularly working   ... Read More

Puerto Rico residents go without water every 24 hours in drought during pandemic

iStock/Javier_Art_Photography(SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico) -- BY: MARIYA MOSELEY and CRISTINA CORUJO, ABC News

Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Puerto Rico is not only enduring a health crisis but also a worsening drought, forcing tens of thousands to go without   ... Read More

How Black Lives Matter became a multicultural awakening

ABC News(NEW YORK) -- BY: GENTRIX SHANGA, ABC News

In 2013, the Black Lives Matter movement took form first as a hashtag and then as protests across the country in response to Trayvon Martin's death. Now, that same cry   ... Read More

Emotional rescue: Firefighters reunite daughter and mom at nursing home window

Courtesy Jessica Carmine(NEW YORK) -- BY: BILL HUTCHINSON, ABC News

There was no blaze to put out nor an injured victim to treat, but Maryland firefighters responded to a forlorn woman's call to help her see, in person, her   ... Read More

Worldwide coronavirus cases surpass 12 million

Samara Heisz/iStockBy MORGAN WINSOR, JON HAWORTH, EMILY SHAPIRO and MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News

(NEW YORK) -- A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed more than 548,000 people worldwide.

Over 12 million people across the globe have been   ... Read More

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Bill de Blasio paints Black Lives Matter street mural outside Trump Tower

David Dee Delgado/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio brought the Black Lives Matter movement right to President Donald Trump's doorstep on Thursday.

As part of the city's efforts to honor Black New Yorkers, the   ... Read More

Newly released body camera transcripts show last moments of George Floyd’s life

George Floyd is pictured in an undated photo released by the office of Civil Rights Attorney Ben Crump. - undefined Courtesy Ben Crump LawBy ELLA TORRES, ABC News

(MINNEAPOLIS) -- "Please don't shoot me," George Floyd repeated at least   ... Read More

Alaska at center of Trump administration’s drive to drill public lands during pandemic

BriBar/iStockBy EVAN SIMON, ABC News

(NEW YORK) -- Traditional subsistence hunting has always been a pillar of life along Alaska's remote North Slope. Dependable migrations of bowhead whales, Arctic grayling fish, and the country's last remaining caribou herds have   ... Read More

Tropical system trying to form off East Coast

ABC NewsBy MAX GOLEMBO, ABC News

(NEW YORK) -- More than 260 damaging storms were reported from Colorado to Maine Wednesday. There were also 25 reports of tornadoes throughout Colorado, Nebraska, Minnesota and Illinois.

The tornadoes destroyed homes and   ... Read More

Driver charged in fatal hit-and-run at Seattle Black Lives Matter protest

Kuzma/iStockBy BILL HUTCHINSON and MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News

(SEATTLE) -- A 27-year-old man arrested on suspicion of barreling into a Black Lives Matter protest on a closed Seattle freeway, killing one demonstrator and seriously injuring another, was charged Wednesday   ... Read More

Families of those who died from COVID-19 at nursing facility still looking for answers

ABC NewsBy KRISTOFER RIOS, CHO PARK, MATTHEW MOSK and LAUREN EFFRON, ABC News

(NEW YORK) -- For Dante Maglioli, a box of photographs is a time capsule. They show moments spent with his father during his childhood -- something   ... Read More

Coronavirus updates: Florida has 56 hospitals with no ICU beds, FEMA says

Ovidiu Dugulan/iStockBy MORGAN WINSOR and EMILY SHAPIRO, ABC News

(NEW YORK) -- A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed more than 550,000 people worldwide.

Over 12 million people across the globe have been diagnosed with COVID-19, the   ... Read More

Actress Naya Rivera missing at lake after 4-year-old son found on boat

Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagicBy WILLIAM MANSELL, ABC News

(LOS ANGELES) -- Actress Naya Rivera, known for role on the hit TV show Glee, is missing after authorities found her 4-year-old son drifting alone on a boat at Lake Piru in California.   ... Read More

CAREN Act proposed to criminalize discriminatory 911 calls in San Francisco

Georgijevic/iStockBy IVAN PEREIRA, ABC NEWS

(SAN FRANCISCO) -- It soon may be even more costly in San Francisco for so-called Karens to dial 911 and make baseless accusations against persons of color.

San Francisco Supervisor Shamann Walton on Tuesday   ... Read More

New Yorkers ‘no longer trust the police,’ state attorney general says

kali9/iStockBy ELLA TORRES and AARON KATERSKY, ABC NEWS

(NEW YORK) -- Two weeks of protests and unrest in New York City after the death of George Floyd only intensified the overwhelming distrust many feel toward the New York City   ... Read More

Florida State University faces backlash for memo saying it will ‘no longer allow employees’ to care for kids while working remotely

iStock/RAUL RODRIGUEZ(NEW YORK) -- BY: KATIE KINDELAN

Confusion over a Florida university's memo to employees about caring for children while working remotely has put a spotlight on the pain working parents are feeling during the coronavirus pandemic, particularly working   ... Read More

Puerto Rico residents go without water every 24 hours in drought during pandemic

iStock/Javier_Art_Photography(SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico) -- BY: MARIYA MOSELEY and CRISTINA CORUJO, ABC News

Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Puerto Rico is not only enduring a health crisis but also a worsening drought, forcing tens of thousands to go without   ... Read More

How Black Lives Matter became a multicultural awakening

ABC News(NEW YORK) -- BY: GENTRIX SHANGA, ABC News

In 2013, the Black Lives Matter movement took form first as a hashtag and then as protests across the country in response to Trayvon Martin's death. Now, that same cry   ... Read More

Emotional rescue: Firefighters reunite daughter and mom at nursing home window

Courtesy Jessica Carmine(NEW YORK) -- BY: BILL HUTCHINSON, ABC News

There was no blaze to put out nor an injured victim to treat, but Maryland firefighters responded to a forlorn woman's call to help her see, in person, her   ... Read More

Worldwide coronavirus cases surpass 12 million

Samara Heisz/iStockBy MORGAN WINSOR, JON HAWORTH, EMILY SHAPIRO and MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News

(NEW YORK) -- A pandemic of the novel coronavirus has now killed more than 548,000 people worldwide.

Over 12 million people across the globe have been   ... Read More

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