(ABC News) The jury could not reach an unanimous decision in the sentencing of convicted killer Jodi Arias and the judge declared a mistrial.
A Maryland couple who was being investigated for allowing their two children to walk home alone from a neighborhood park have been "found responsible for unsubstantiated child neglect" by the state's Child Protective Services.
Costco has reached an agreement with Citi for a new co-branded credit card program, shortly after dropping its similar deal with American Express.
Leonard Nimoy, known for his iconic character Mr. Spock on 'Star Trek,' has died, ABC News has confirmed via the actor's granddaughter. He was 83.
Here and everywhere, people are debating the all-important question that has all but taken over Twitter: What color is this dress?
The FCC has passed a historic measure to more strictly regulate the Internet. The new rules, known as "net neutrality," act to provide equal opportunity for Internet speeds and access to websites.
A man with a British accent seen in ISIS videos showing the beheadings of Western hostages was identified Thursday as Mohammed Emwazi, a Kuwaiti-born Londoner, the Reuters news agency reported, citing The Washington Post.
Southwest Airlines grounded 128 of its Boeing 737 aircraft on Tuesday after discovering it had missed some required inspections.
The same superbug that contributed to two deaths in Los Angeles has been reported in North Carolina, where one person has died, a spokesman told CNN.
Just when it seemed the biopic had grown stale, director Ava DuVernay helped breathe new life into the genre, resulting in an Academy Award nomination for "Selma."
PROVO, Utah (ABC 4 News) - The baby business is booming. One of the more popular trends in the last decade is for expectant parents to get 3D images of their babies in the womb, but now the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is advising parents to skip any unnecessary scans to help keep the fetus safe. The FDA is now recommending ultrasounds only be done when medically necessary and by trained operators.
Sometimes it's just not your night. This proved to be true for the Rock Creek Mustangs on Monday during a Kansas eighth-grade boys basketball game.
The woman killed in an apparent road rage incident last week returned home to pick up her son and then went back out to find the man now suspected of shooting her, a Las Vegas homicide detective said Tuesday.
A federal judge in Texas has temporarily blocked President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration, which has drawn opposition from 26 states across the nation.
Realtors, TV producers, farmers, bridge inspectors and power linemen are among the people who could regularly fly drones for work, under a new proposed rule from the Federal Aviation Administration.
Embattled NBC News anchor Brian Williams may have some more explaining to do.
The cries from family members and shocked Muslims are clear: Call it what it is, a hate crime.
President Barack Obama asked Congress on Wednesday to formally authorize the use of military force in the war against ISIS, Capitol Hill sources tell CNN, the first time a U.S. President has asked for such authorization in 13 years.
New year, same story: America continued its solid job growth in January.
A passenger plane clipped a bridge and plunged into a river in Taiwan on Wednesday, killing at least 23 people, according to the island's official news agency, CNA.
Anna Jacks checks her baby's forehead over and over again. Is he hot? Does he have a rash? Is his nose still runny?
An actor who appeared in the "Power Rangers" franchise is being held on $1 million bail in the stabbing death of his roommate in their Palmdale, California, home, according to law enforcement.
Millions woke up Monday to sleet and blizzard conditions in the Northeast -- the second round of winter weather pounding in a week.
For Mitt Romney, it appears that the third time is not the charm.
Former Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney has made a decision on whether to go forward with a third presidential bid and will tell to supporters which way he is going in a Friday morning call, a source familiar with Romney's plans tells CNN.
Four children are among the seven deaths confirmed so far after a natural gas explosion rocked a maternity hospital on the outskirts of Mexico City on Thursday morning.
Thirty years ago Wednesday, more than three dozen stars -- many fresh from the American Music Awards -- checked their egos at the door and piled into a recording studio to record "We Are the World."
Looks like he used up all his nine lives! A cat in Florida that was hit by a car and then buried is apparently back from the dead.
The United Parcel Service, UPS, says several packages will be delayed due to the winter storm hitting the East coast of the United States.
Nearly 2,800 flights have been canceled and nearly 3,500 have been delayed across the country Monday morning. The delays come before Winter Storm Juno pounds the East coast. Cities like Boston, Philadelphia, New York and Washington DC will all be affected.
The U.S. Secret Service is investigating after a drone crashed on the White House grounds early Monday morning.
Someday you may tell your grandchildren about the Blizzard of 2015.
ARLINGTON, Texas (ABC 4 News) - Texas police are searching for a man accused of robbing and kidnapping a woman last week.
Study finds out what kind of people use iPhones and Android phones
Whether as a fashion statement or just for pure comfort, Rihanna, Olivia Wilde and others are on the list of the many women who wear leggings as pants.
A 32-year-old man was found dead in an Internet cafe in Taiwan after a marathon three-day gaming binge, the island's second death of an online gamer this year.
Turns out, the rich really are getting richer. And they'll soon own more than the rest of us put together.
Two terror suspects killed in a shootout in eastern Belgium this week were among more than a dozen people rounded up in across-the-country raids designed to stop a group's allegedly imminent attack -- a plot to kill Belgian police in streets and stations -- the nation's federal prosecutor said Friday.
Some of the brightest stars in Hollywood are celebrating this morning after receiving the highest acting honor: an Oscar nomination.
A possible leak in the cooling system on the International Space Station has resulted in the evacuation of the U.S. crew from the American segment of the station to the Russian segment, NASA said Wednesday.
They came by the thousands -- in France and in Israel -- to cry, to honor and never to forget.
DALLAS, Texas - The Duck Dynasty guys have nothing on this man! He has an unconventional way of showing his school colors.
Cherif and Said Kouachi, the two brothers wanted in the massacre at the offices of Charlie Hebdo magazine, have been killed by security forces in a town where they'd been surrounded, a local mayor said.
Two intense standoffs with gunmen are underway in and around Paris early Friday afternoon -- one involving the two brothers wanted in the Charlie Hebdo massacre and the other a hostage situation at a kosher grocery store.
A 5-year-old Florida girl was killed after her father tossed her from a bridge from his car, police said Thursday.
A deadly attack, a reported sighting, another day on edge Thursday in France, where the manhunt continues for two brothers wanted for the massacre at the office of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
PARIS, France (ABC News) Twelve people have died and three others were critically injured as gunmen opened fire at the office of a Paris-based satirical newspaper today in an attack that France's president called a 'terrorist operation.'
Two New York City police officers were shot and wounded on Monday while responding to a robbery call, authorities said, but their injuries do not appear to be life-threatening.
Larry Wilkins opened his door to see a young girl, her lips quivering, her nose bloodied, her arms and legs scratched up. Her name was Sailor Gutzler and somehow, she was still alive.
It seems birds, like humans, also have a penchant for drunk singing.