This attack marked the third one attributed to Muslim extremists since the republication of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad in September.
Another 1.5 million vehicles were added to Toyota's recall list in connection with fuel pump issues that cause stalling.
The company Omnilert is rolling out new technology that allows security cameras to identify a gun, and alert guards in the area of the potential threat. The hope is to use this tool in schools, airports, or other crowded places in order to ...
The World Health Organization says the European region accounted for almost half of the 2.8 million new COVID-19 cases reported globally last week.
A Maryland man was arrested for trespassing after refusing to wear a mask and follow directions at his polling place.
Taylor's anonymous 2018 essay published in The New York Times infuriated the president and set off a frantic White House leak investigation.
Countries around the world have shut down international travel due to fears over COVID-19, but there is a group working to make sure it returns soon.
With less than a week until Election Day, the Beverly Hills Police Department and Los Angeles Police Department are taking proactive approaches to ensure safety for residents and businesses in the area.
More than 73 million Americans have already voted, and Trump and Biden are trying to energize the millions more who will vote in person on Tuesday.
Three people are dead after a series of stabbings in a "suspected terror attack" that occurred at a church in Nice, France, ABC News confirms.
A fast-moving Zeta has weakened to a tropical storm as it barrels northeast after causing havoc along the coast.
Three people are dead after a series of stabbings in a "suspected terror attack" that occurred at the Basilica of Notre-Dame de in Nice, France, Thursday morning, ABC News confirms.
A family had an emotional reunion when their father returned home to Orange County after being incarcerated in Vietnam for nearly two-and-a-half years.
Police reported more than two dozen people have been arrested since Sept. 10 in Torrance for alleged unemployment benefits fraud and identity theft.
David Sanchez, the founder of the Brown Berets, reflects on the fight for Mexican American equality and the East L.A. protests that gave voice to a movement.