Hitler's traveling telephone up for auction in US

(CHESAPEAKE CITY, Md.) -- A telephone used by Adolf Hitler during World War II is up for auction in the U.S. this weekend.

The Nazi leader allegedly used the red-painted Siemens phone, which is... Read More

Google CEO responds to 7-year-old girl's letter, says he will 'look forward' to receiving her job application

(NEW YORK) -- One 7-year-old is planning ahead when it comes to her career.

Two weeks ago Chloe Bridgewater wrote a letter to Google, expressing her interest in working for the tech company when she gets older. To her father Andy's surpris... Read More

Twentieth Century Fox apologizes for 'inappropriate' 'fake news' campaign

(NEW YORK) -- Twentieth Century Fox apologized Thursday for using several fake news sites and made-up stories to promote its new movie, A Cure for Wellness. The controversial promotional campaign was criticized on social media.

Th... Read More

Airlines cut some service to Cuba following lower demand

(NEW YORK) -- Ever since relations between Cuba and the U.S. have thawed, dozens of flights to and from both countries began popping up, with the inaugural JetBlue flight from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport to Santa Clara, Cuba takin... Read More

Florida man arrested for plot to blow up Target stores to tank stock

(ORLANDO, Fla.) — A Florida man has been charged in connection with a plot to bomb Target stores along the East Coast, with hopes that such an attack would force the retailer's stock to plunge and allow him to cheaply buy its stock, federal inv... Read More

Monopoly to ax the thimble after fan vote

(PROVIDENCE, R.I.) — Nobody ever wanted to be the thimble anyway, but Monopoly is doing away with the thimble game piece.

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Without immigrants, the US economy would be a 'disaster,' experts say

(WASHINGTON) -- Immigrants across the U.S. are boycotting work, school and shopping today as part of the Day Without Immigrants, a series of protests intended to illustrate the significant economic
and social impact that immigrants have on the ... Read More

Britax recalls 676,000 strollers after 26 children injured

(WASHINGTON) -- Childcare product manufacturer Britax is voluntarily recalling 676,000 strollers in the United States after discovering the car seat on their B-Agile and BOB Motion strollers may disengage and cause a fall to the child, according to f... Read More

Businesses nationwide participate in 'Day Without Immigrants' protest

(NEW YORK) -- Businesses around the country Thursday are planning to either close their doors or provide limited service in support of a “Day Without Immigrants,” a social media-led protest of President Donald Trump’s promises to cr... Read More

Jobless claims jump higher to 239K

(WASHINGTON) — Jobless claims climbed higher last week, increasing by 5,000, according to the latest figures released Thursda... Read More

US attorney conducting criminal investigation into Fox News

(NEW YORK) — The Manhattan U.S. Attorney’s office is conducting a criminal investigation into Fox News, an attorney involved and sources familiar with the matter told ABC News.

Judd Burstein, an attorney representing former Fox... Read More