Apple CEO, Facebook COO and Twitter CEO will Speak at Top Tech Conference This Week More »Silicon Valley's Top Brass Gathers for All Things D Conference
Christie, a Republican, Hosted Obama After Sandy 7 Months Ago More »Obama and Gov. Christie Reunite to Tour Sandy Rebuilding Efforts
MOSCOW – Russia will proceed with plans to provide Syria with an advanced air defense system, in part to prevent foreign “hot heads” from getting involved in the country’s conflict, a top Russian diplomat said today. Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Rybakov confirmed plans to deliver... More »Russia Sending Air Defense Missiles to Syria to Deter Foreign 'Hot Heads'
Police Believe Baby's Father Was Shooter's Intended Target More »Suspect Charged in Shooting Death of Chicago Baby Jonylah Watkins
Teen to Be Charged With Attempted Murder in Alleged Bomb Plot More »Oregon School Bomb Plot Suspect Called 'Nice Kid' by Classmates
National Transportation Safety Board officials are looking through video recordings after the collision of two freight trains caused the partial collapse of a Missouri highway overpass Saturday. A Union Pacific freight train and a BNSF freight train collided under a highway overpass in Scott City,... More »Officials Investigate Missouri Train Collision That Caused Highway Overpass Collapse
In an exclusive interview with ABC News’ Martha Raddatz on “This Week”, retired Gen. John Allen discussed the toll the Pentagon investigation into emails he exchanged with a Tampa socialite took on him and his wife, Kathy – who was suffering from auto-immune health issues.... More »Retired General John Allen Recalls Toll of Petraeus-linked Investigation
Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., said on “This Week” that the recent controversies engulfing the White House over the IRS, reporter leak investigations, and Benghazi have threatened President Obama’s “moral authority to lead the nation,” while he continued to question the administration’s use of drone strikes... More »Sen. Rand Paul Questions Drone Policy, Says Scandals Threaten President Obama's 'Moral Authority'
Three jurors from the Jodi Arias trial said the sentencing phase was "absolutely awful" after they were unable agree on whether the woman they had found guilty of first-degree murder should get the death penalty or life in prison. More »Jodi Arias jurors: 'She is sentenced to death no matter what'
During an interview for “This Week,” ‘Homeland’ co-creator Howard Gordon told ABC News’ Martha Raddatz that he feels a certain responsibility to viewers in the way that his hit Showtime show deals with its serious subject matter, which includes The War on Terror and use... More »'Homeland' Creators Talk Upcoming Season, Responsibility to Viewers
The Justice Department stopped short of saying that Attorney General Eric Holder O.K.’d the investigation into Fox News reporter James Rosen. But critics have seized on a comment Holder made last week, asking if the attorney general misled Congress. The Obama administration has been criticized... More »Did Attorney General Eric Holder OK Attempt to Search Journalist's Email?
Speaking at the commencement ceremony at the United States Military Academy at West Point, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel told cadets that sexual harassment and sexual assault in the military are a “profound betrayal” and charged them with the responsibility to stamp out the sexual assault... More »Chuck Hagel to West Point Cadets: Sexual Assault Is a 'Profound Betrayal'
Goodwill Finds Daughter of World War II Vet Whose Medals Were Mistakenly Donated More »Daughter of World War II Vet Located After Medals Donated to Goodwill
From Student Loans to Drones, Here is What You'll Need to Know More »Tax Drip, Loan Sharks, Drones: 5 Stories You'll Care About in Politics This Week
Carousels Hurt More Kids Than Bigger, Faster Rides More »Real Risks at Amusement Park Not Rollercoasters, Study Finds
Typical Lone Wolf: Tamerlan Tsarnaev Self-Radicalized, Failed to Join Militant Ranks in Dagestan More »No 'Manifesto' But New Clues to 'Frustrated' Boston Suspect: Sources
Ariel Castro's Three Dogs Are in Foster Care Until the Women Make a Decision More »Cleveland Women Can Decide If They Want Alleged Captor's Dogs
Matthew Royer Did Not Show Up at His Pennsylvania Home or Summer Job More »Missing University of Rhode Island Student Found in North Carolina
Authorities Targeted Kevin Dahlgren and Circulated His Facebook Picture More »US Man Arrested in Murder of Family in Czech Republic
FORT BRAGG, N.C. — Nineteen new names were chiseled into the black granite face of the U.S. Army Special Operations Command Fallen Soldiers Memorial Thursday. A squall washed over dozens of “Gold Star” relatives — so named for the small banners that adorn windows of... More »Families, Colleagues Honor Fallen Special Ops Soldiers in Rain-Soaked Memorial
The president may have forgotten something as he boarded Marine One this morning. On his way to the U.S. Naval Academy graduation ceremony on Annapolis, Md., President Obama didn’t return the salute of the marine standing guard at the door of Marine One, as he... More »Did Obama Forget to Salute?
Ants on the March Have Taste for Everything From Livestock to Electronics More »New Ant Species Arrives With a Taste for Electronics, Scientists Say