Remember that time I told you not to park on the tracks? I didn't think you did. Who does this? Russia...Russia does this. See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"
What can you do as a parent after another Grayson County teacher will face several sexual abuse charges involving a student? Dr. Charles Pemberton with Louisville Dimensions Family Therapy joins Tony. Leitchfield police say 65-year-old John Cariel and a 13-year-old talked through social media and met in a parking lot where two sex acts occurred. Cariel confessed to the crime after a student allegedly tipped police off to the inappropriate behavior. Cariel is charged with first-degree sexual abuse, second-degree sodomy, distribution of obscene matter to minors, and prohibited use of electronic communication to procure a minor. He is the second Grayson County teacher in a month, and the fourth in 2 years to be arrested in relation to sexual abuse charges.
The 2018 high school and college graduates who’ve just crossed the stage and are striking out on their own will find they have a distinct advantage over their predecessors in the Class of 2008. The national unemployment rate at the end of that year stood at 5.8%, compared with the current 4.1%. But there are striking differences in the city-by-city breakdown of job availability, salaries and housing. Where does your hometown fit into the picture?
Meghan Markle's father may have changed his mind and hopes to attend the royal wedding after all. TMZ quoted Thomas Markle as saying he now wants to come to the wedding Saturday in Windsor, if doctors allow it. "I hate the idea of missing one of the greatest moments in history and walking my daughter down the aisle." But he also reportedly said doctors are still performing tests and he is not sure whether he will be released from the hospital in time for Saturday's wedding.
After what seemed like an unusually tranquil period, both Palestine and N. Korea are again lashing out at the US. Where do we go from here? Tony takes a look.
A new burst of volcanic ash erupted from the Kileaua volcano Tuesday in what U.S. Geological Survey officials warn is “a phase of more continuous explosive activity.” Rock falls and gas explosions within Halemaumau Crater caused the ash plume, according to the Hawaii County Civil Defense Agency. The plume also signifies that residents of the Big Island “need to expect that it will become more explosive," according to the USGS. ABC News' Marci Gonzalez remains on the ground near Kileaua and is witnessing all of this first-hand and joins Tony.