(NEW YORK) -- A Michigan man made a shocking discovery inside a couch he purchased from a thrift store for just $35: an extra $43,000.
(NEW YORK) -- A major storm has now slammed the Northeast Saturday afternoon after battering the western states and the Midwest.
(LOS ANGELES) -- A Delta Airlines flight that dumped 15,000 gallons of jet fuel onto multiple people, schools and buildings in the Los Angeles area during an emergency landing is facing a civil lawsuit and violations.
(PHOENIX) -- A 19-year-old Phoenix man ended up in a local hospital after he was aggressively taken into custody by police who said they mistook him for his older brother.
(NEW YORK) -- The acting director of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement slammed New York City's leaders and their sanctuary city policies at a news conference Friday following the arrest of an undocumented immigrant in the death of a 92-year-old Queens woman.
(LAKE TAHOE, Calif.) -- One skier is dead and another is seriously hurt from an avalanche at a Northern California ski resort, officials said Friday.
(NEW YORK) -- Twelve New Yorkers have been chosen to sit in judgment of Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein at his rape and sexual assault trial.
(NEW YORK) -- A major storm continues to march east Friday morning with alerts issued across the country from California to Massachusetts.
(BRIMFIELD, Mass.) -- Benny Correa and his wife Amanda Disley were driving home from dinner with their family on Wednesday night when they spotted a familiar-looking car on the road near Brimfield, Mass.
(OCEANSIDE, Calif.) -- A former Marine has been arrested for the murder of a teenage girl whose body was discovered in a rural field in California about three months ago.
(BIRMINGHAM, Ala.) -- Alabama police have issued an arrest warrant for a registered sex offender who authorities say may have been involved in the death of 29-year-old Paighton Houston, who disappeared a month ago after texting her friends that she was in trouble.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Paramedic Scott Lazar, a 16-year veteran of the Los Angeles Fire Department, is used to treating the same person, sometimes on the same day, on Skid Row.
(TALLAHASSEE, Fla.) -- The Florida Department of Environmental Protection will purchase 20,000 acres of wetlands in the Everglades in an effort to save the area from oil drilling, the governor announced.
(WASHINGTON) -- More guns were found and detained from passengers or in carry-on bags at airport security checkpoints across the United States in 2019 than recorded in agency history, according to the Transportation Security Administration.
(PRESCOTT, Ariz.) -- A 15-year-old boy whose parents both died has been threatened with eviction from his grandparents’ house by their homeowners’ association, as the home is located in an age-restricted community for people over the age of 55.
(CHARLOTTE, N.C.) -- A South Carolina judge has sentenced a woman to 25 years in prison after she admitted to poisoning her husband by inserting eye drops into his drinking water.
(NEW ORLEANS) -- During a ceremony honoring the 2019 "Teachers of the Year," one in particular stood out.
(SPRINGFIELD, Mass.) -- Quick-thinking Massachusetts police used a highway construction site to stop the vehicle of a suspected kidnapper and rescue an 11-year-old girl.
(NEW YORK) -- Authorities in Suffolk County New York released what they called a "significant piece of evidence" on Thursday involving the unsolved Gilgo Beach murders that haunted Long Island nearly a decade ago.
(FAIRFIELD, Calif) -- A convicted sex offender has been arrested after trying to break into a California woman’s home without any pants as he tried to sneak into the house through the doggy door.
(BRIDGETON, N.J.) -- On a Monday afternoon in September 2019, a 5-year-old girl was playing in a Bridgeton, New Jersey, park with her younger brother while her mother sat in a car nearby with another relative.
(NEW YORK) -- Three men who allegedly are part of a neo-Nazi group and had discussed attending a pro-gun rally in Virginia next week were arrested and charged with a series of federal gun and immigration crimes Thursday, according to a U.S. law enforcement official.
(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump is set to issue new guidance on Thursday asserting a First Amendment right of students to pray in public schools across the United States.
(NEW YORK) -- The major storm that we have been talking about for days is here -- it hit the Pacific Northwest Wednesday with 1 to 2 feet of snow and wind gusts to more than 80 mph.
(MIAMI) -- For more than a decade, Courtney Wild, a survivor of sexual abuse by Jeffrey Epstein, has been a driving force in the effort to hold the United States government accountable for its lenient treatment of the late financier, who was spared federal prosecution in 2008 after being inv…
(SMITHS STATION, Ala.) -- Five children have been removed from their home after it was discovered that their mother and grandparents had allegedly kept them locked in cages for an undetermined amount of time.
(SPRINGFIELD, Mass.) -- Quick-thinking Massachusetts police used a highway construction site to stop the vehicle of a suspected kidnapper and rescue an 11-year-old girl Wednesday night.
(NEW CANAAN, Conn.) -- Fotis Dulos, the Connecticut man who is charged with murdering his estranged wife, allegedly had a fraught history of aggression toward her, including chasing her around the house and attempting to run her over with his car.
WABC-TV(NEW YORK) -- A Nashville woman filed a $5 million lawsuit against a former New York City police officer who broke into her home, threatened her and yelled racial slurs in the midst of a drunken rage.
(BOSTON) -- Lori Loughlin and her fashion-designer husband rejected a "legitimate approach" to help one of their daughters get into USC, choosing instead to use their wealth to allegedly pursue an illegal path that got them indicted in the massive "Operation Varsity Blues" scandal, prosecuto…
(WASHINGTON) -- From the twittersphere to the Supreme Court.
(RICHMOND, Va.) -- Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam issued a state of emergency on Wednesday that bars any weapons from the Richmond’s Capitol Square from Friday to Tuesday, after he received credible intelligence that hate groups and armed militias are planning violence at next Monday’s Lobby Da…
(NEW YORK) -- A new lawsuit filed Wednesday by the attorney general of the Virgin Islands claims that Jeffrey Epstein trafficked girls to his estate on his private island as recently as 2018, as first reported by The New York Times.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Michael Avenatti, Stormy Daniels' former lawyer and an outspoken critic of Donald Trump, finds himself embroiled in a new round of legal trouble after being arrested Tuesday night in California.
(LOS ANGELES) -- A man who murdered his stepmother in the 1980s and was released from prison on parole is now accused of killing a second woman, prosecutors said.
(ALEXANDRIA, Va.) -- A former college student has been charged in an alleged swatting scheme that permeated through the dark web among a group of self-described white supremacists, according to an affidavit.
(GLENDALE, Ariz.) -- Father killed while saving daughter in hit-and-runA man was killed when he was struck by a hit-and-run driver in Glendale, Arizona, on Saturday night, after pushing his teenage daughter out of the way of the vehicle.Glendale Police Department
(DALLAS) -- A Dallas mother is speaking out after surveillance footage surfaced that shows her 5-year-old daughter being bullied on a school bus.
(ATLANTA) -- A legal fight could be brewing in Georgia after a General Assembly member introduced a measure to restrict any potential "red-flag" gun laws from being enacted.
(RICHMOND, Va.) -- The long-gestating proposal to create an Equal Rights Amendment, or ERA, in the U.S. Constitution passed a historic threshold Wednesday when Virginia's state legislature ratified the amendment. However, legal experts say there may be some legal roadblocks to its adoption.
(NEW YORK) -- On Tuesday, a flash flood emergency in Jackson, Mississippi, brought almost a half a foot of rain to some areas in just a few hours, flooding interstates, streets and neighborhoods and prompting water rescues. This was due to the stalled frontal system that brought all the seve…
(PORTLAND, Ore.) -- Three fishermen were rescued off the coast of Oregon Tuesday night after their boat flipped over and capsized in waves up to 12 feet high.
(NEW YORK) -- Hip hop artist Yo Gotti teamed up with fellow rapper and music mogul Jay-Z to file a federal lawsuit on behalf of 29 Mississippi prisoners who accused state correctional officials of doing little to stop an outbreak of violence that left five inmates dead over a two-week span.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Attorney Michael Avenatti was abruptly taken into federal custody in Los Angeles Tuesday evening, following a day-long disciplinary hearing in which the California State Bar is asking a judge to prevent Avenatti from practicing law based upon their belief he poses a "threat …
(CHICAGO) -- The Chicago Zoological Society has had to euthanize its female African lion at the Brookfield Zoo after she suffered injuries from an accidental fall just two weeks after euthanizing its male African lion due to age related complications.
(LOS ANGELES) -- At least 60 people, including both children and adults, were being treated after an aircraft dumped fuel over several schools in the Los Angeles area as it prepared for an emergency landing, according to authorities.
(ST. LOUIS) -- Black elected prosecutors from across the country have come to the defense of St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner, saying her federal lawsuit against the city and its police union alleging a coordinated, racist conspiracy to drive her from office reflects a national trend.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Bureau of Prisons will make hiring a main priority in the coming year and will also be cutting internet usage for its employees to "limit distractions," Director Kathy Hawk Sawyer stressed in an internal email to prison staff that was obtained by ABC News.