Statue of World War II sailor kissing woman vandalized days after man in iconic photo dies

(SARASOTA, Fla.) -- A statue inspired by the iconic photograph of a World War II sailor kissing a woman in Times Square, New York City, was vandalized just days after the sailor in the photograph died.

The "Unconditional Surrender" statue ... Read More

Charlottesville rally lawsuit to proceed despite Nathan Damigo's bankruptcy filing

(CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.) -- Bankruptcy is no shield for a white nationalist targeted in a lawsuit concerning the 2017 violence in Charlottesville, Va., according to a recent ruling from a federal judge -- and Twitter and other online platforms can't be... Read More

Man arrested for slapping stepdaughter's 12-year-old bully, police say

(LA PORTE, Texas) -- A Texas man was recently arrested for slapping a 12-year-old boy in the face. He claims the boy was was bullying his young stepdaughter, according to police.

James Peace, 37, of La Porte, Texas, had just picked up his ... Read More

Police looking for 2nd crime scene after woman, kids found dead in Michigan home

(KENT COUNTY, Mich.) -- Investigators are searching for a second crime scene after a woman and three young children were found mysteriously dead inside a Michigan home, authorities said.

The woman and three children -- who were elementary ... Read More

Mexican man dies in Border Patrol custody after crossing US-Mexico border

(MCALLEN, Texas) -- A Mexican man died at a McAllen, Texas, hospital Monday while in Border Patrol custody after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border into Texas earlier this month, officials said.

The cause of death remains unknown, according t... Read More

Sailor shown in famous Times Square WWII kiss photo dies at 95

(PROVIDENCE, R.I.) -- Just about everyone's seen the photo. Taken in Times Square on Aug. 14, 1945 -- Victory in Japan Day -- the black-and-while image shows a sailor in a dark uniform and white cap delivering a passionate, celebratory kiss to a woma... Read More

NYPD probe launched into alleged threat by police commander against rapper 50 Cent

(NEW YORK) -- A New York City police precinct commander is under investigation for allegedly telling officers to shoot the rapper 50 Cent, officials said.

The New York Police Department launched an internal probe of Deputy Inspector Emanue... Read More

Police find 3 children, 1 adult dead of gunshot wounds at Michigan home

(NEW YORK ) -- Three children and one adult female have been found dead of gunshot wounds at a home in Kent County, Michigan, according to police.

Investigators are currently interviewing witnesses who called 911 to report the shooting, Ke... Read More

Brothers tell police 'Empire' actor Jussie Smollett paid them to orchestrate and stage attack: Source

(CHICAGO) -- The two brothers who were interrogated by police investigating the alleged Chicago street attack on actor Jussie Smollett claim they helped him concoct the assault after he became upset that a letter threatening him, sent to the "Empire"... Read More

'Get off my dog!' Owner fights hawk that attacked her Yorkie puppy

(LAS VEGAS) -- Dramatic home surveillance video shows the moment a hawk brazenly attacked a puppy in its Las Vegas backyard, causing its owner to swoop in and save her.

The hawk can be seen flapping its wings excitedly as it grabs hold of ... Read More

Man who survived 2 nights in blizzard learns he has stage 4 cancer

(MINNEAPOLIS) -- A man who miraculously survived two nights inside his car during one of the Midwest's worse storms this winter learned while recovering in the hospital that he has stage 4 kidney cancer.

William Mendoza, 59, was driving on... Read More

Arizona man rescued at Zion National Park after getting trapped in quicksand

(NEW YORK ) -- An Arizona man was rescued at Zion National Park after his leg got stuck in quicksand while hiking during a winter storm on Saturday.

The National Park Service told ABC News it nearly two days to rescue the 34-year-old male.... Read More

Charlottesville rally lawsuit to proceed despite Nathan Damigo's bankruptcy filing

(NEW YORK ) -- Bankruptcy is no shield for a white nationalist targeted in a lawsuit concerning the 2017 violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, according to a recent ruling from a federal judge.

Nathan Damigo, one of the organizers of the ... Read More

Aurora attack hits hometown of man who builds crosses for shooting victims

(AURORA, Ill. ) -- Greg Zanis' work can be seen across the country. When a mass shooting unfolds in the U.S., he heads to the affected town with an individualized cross assembled for each victim.

But now, with a mass shooting in Aurora, Il... Read More