You never know what may be lurking inside your walls, as this homeowner found out. We're thinking...no, nope and NO! See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"!
They can't buy a beer or rent a car and most aren't even old enough to vote, yet the students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School have spearheaded what could become one of the largest marches in history. Organizers say they are expecting perhaps 1 million people in the nation's capital Saturday. More than 800 sister marches are planned from California to Japan. The teens have been pulling all-nighters, scheduling speakers and petitioning city councils in movement that has raised more than $4 million. We will carry this live tomorrow beginning at 12:00 p.m. while Scott Fitzgerald will head live to Washington tomorrow at 7:45 am. ABC's Cheri Preston has a preview with Joe.
This week marks Youth Violence Prevention week. Both the Mayor and the LMPD welcome this week to address the issue in Louisville. LMPD's Vadim Dale talks with Joe Elliott.
Investigators say it wasn’t racial hatred or religious extremism that drove Mark Conditt to embark on a month-long bombing spree around Texas’ capital city. After seeing Conditt’s 25-minute cell-phone “confession,” Austin Police Chief Brian Manley called the 23-year-old “challenged” and suggests he was driven by personal demons to injure and kill people he’d never met. Criminologists and mental health specialists say that may mean that such crime sprees could be preventable.
President Trump and National Security Adviser Gen. H.R. McMaster mutually agreed that the three-star general and Iraq war veteran will leave the Trump administration, the White House confirmed on Thursday. He will be replaced by former United Nations ambassador John Bolton, who will be the third person to take on the role during the current administration. That was the second departure announced Thursday. Earlier in the day, the president's lead attorney on the Russia investigation, John Dowd, tendered his resignation. Dowd had just met with Special Counsel Robert Mueller last week to negotiate the terms of an interview between Mueller and the president. But sources familiar with the relationship between Trump and Dowd told ABC News that Dowd felt the President wasn't taking his advice. Case in point: Dowd had counseled the President not to criticize Mueller - not to even tweet the Special Counsel's name. The president then proceeded to ignore that advice when he tweeted last weekend: "Why does the Mueller team have 13 hardened Democrats, some big Crooked Hillary supporters, and Zero Republicans?"