Unruly passenger arrested after allegedly launching midair tirade

(MIAMI) -- A passenger on an American Airlines flight to Miami was arrested after he allegedly launched into a midair, profanity-laced tirade and traded punches with others on the plane who were tryin... Read More

What the best sales are for Memorial Day weekend

(NEW YORK) --  The temperatures are rising, but summer weather isn’t the only thing heating up. Memorial Day also means hot deals online and in stores. We teamed up with RetailMeNot who let us know what to buy this holiday weekend, and wha... Read More

Auto groups slam Trump administration's imports investigation, possible tariffs

(WASHINGTON) -- Two Washington D.C.-based automaker groups are slamming President Donald Trump's decision to launch an investigation into auto imports, which could lead to tariffs on foreign-made vehicles.

"To our knowledge, no one is aski... Read More

Facebook and Twitter launch new rules for political ads to counter misinformation

(NEW YORK) -- Facebook and Twitter will now only allow verified advertisers to post political ads, and users will be able to see who paid for and how much was spent on the ads.

The new rules are the latest efforts from the social media pla... Read More

Harvey Weinstein to turn himself in to face criminal charges

(NEW YORK) -- Disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein will turn himself into New York City police Friday to face criminal charges brought by the Manhattan District Attorney’s office, sources familiar with the case told ABC News.

Wei... Read More

Women's pay still not adding up to what men earn

(NEW YORK) -- A new report from the U.S. Census Bureau found that women are still earning less than their male counterparts in most occupations. The widest wage disparities are found in sales and finance positions even though women tend to comprise 4... Read More

Airline industry preparing for record 246 million summer travelers

(NEW YORK) -- Airports across the country are expected to serve a record number of summer travelers this year, but if all goes to plan for airline and security officials, you may not even notice.

Airlines for America, an industry trade gro... Read More

Federal prosecutors investigating allegations of sex abuse against Weinstein

(NEW YORK) -- Federal prosecutors in Manhattan are now investigating allegations of sexual abuse against disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein, a source familiar with the probe confirmed to ABC News.

The New York Police Department, Manh... Read More

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg heads to Paris to meet French president after fending off EU lawmakers

(PARIS) -- Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron at the Elysee Palace in Paris today, after fielding tough questions Tuesday from European Union lawmakers in Brussels.

Zuckerberg has been invited tod... Read More

Uber's new rules on arbitration for sex-related claims face 1st test

(NEW YORK) -- A former employee is suing Uber less than a week after the company announced it is doing away with a rule that forced arbitration on passengers, drivers or employees who come forward with claims of sexual harassment or assault.
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Grocery omits Latin word due to its similarity to profanity

(CHARLESTON, S.C.) -- A South Carolina family is moving on after an unexpected omission on a cake had them laughing during their son's graduation party.

Jacob Koscinski graduated Saturday from his Christian-based home-schooling program in ... Read More