It's a strange phenomenon we've all seen from time to time, but it's rarely caught on video....localized downpours. Watch how this man stares down a huge downpour without getting wet. See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"
The City of Jeffersontown is recovering after a gunman attacked the Kroger store on Hurstborne Lane and Taylorsville Road. Jeffersontown Mayor Bill Dieruf took time to sit down with Tony to talk about how the community is processing yesterday's events.
There are reports of more migrant caravans forming in Central America. Where are they coming from, and what efforts are already underway to stop them? Meanwhile the Border Patrol Union is endorsing a new video that includes white nationalists and anti-Muslim extremists. How did they endorse this? Who found this out? What are border patrol agents saying? What is in this video? NBC News Radio'S Michael Bower will have the latest on what is happening on the border
Younger Americans are better at recognizing factual statements than older Americans, according to the Pew Research Center. A study examined two groups: 18- to 49-year-olds and people 50 or older. When presented with five factual statements, those in the younger group identified all five as facts 32 percent of the time. The older group did so with 20 percent accuracy. When presented with five opinionated statements, those in the younger group identified all five as opinions 44 percent of the time. The older group did so with 26 percent accuracy. ABC News' Cheri Preston breaks down the numbers.