UN Security Council Calls for Gaza Cease-Fire
Pressure for a cease-fire followed new attacks launched by Israel and Hamas.
Tornado touches down in Wolcott, Connecticut
A small tornado touched down in Wolcott on Sunday, the National Weather Service has confirmed.
Police question 2 men in carjacking crash that killed 3 kids in Philadelphia
Philadelphia police say they have two persons of interest in custody in connection with a deadly carjacking crash that took the lives of three children.
Calls for crackdown on costumed characters after 'Spider-Man' charged in Midtown scuffle
A man dressed as Spider-Man has been arraigned on charges he slugged a police officer who told him to stop harassing tourists in New York's Time Square.
Russia Wants UN Investigation Into Downed Malaysia Airlines Plane
Russia is calling for the United Nations Security Council to approve a U.N.-led investigation into what brought down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
Police: 12-year-old crashes car into neighbor's house in Norwalk, Conn.
A Norwalk man faces charges after his 12-year-old son allegedly crashed the family car into a neighbor's house.
MMA fighter puts training to use in real world
Trained in mixed martial arts, a store clerk didn't hesitate to come to another man's defense
FSU Professor Was Talking on Cell Phone When Shot Rang Out
A Florida State University criminal law professor was pulling into his driveway and talking on his cell phone when he was fatally shot, ABC News has learned exclusively.
Deadly California Lightning Storm 'Sounded Like a Sonic Boom'
A rare lightning storm struck packed Venice Beach, Calif., today, killing a 20-year-old man and injuring up to 12 others, one critically, after the same storm had struck a person on Catalina Island.
Man dead after being trapped between elevator and wall in South Bronx building
Police say a man was trapped early Monday morning between the 18th and 19th floor of an apartment building in the South Bronx.
De Blasio family spends first night at Gracie Mansion after Italy trip
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, his wife and two children spent their first night in Gracie Mansion on Sunday night.
Lawmakers urge federal agencies to study missile protection for airlines in US
Two U.S. legislators on Sunday urged the government to study whether American passenger jets should be equipped with devices protecting them against missiles like the one that brought down a Malaysian airliner over Ukraine and projectiles fired near Tel Aviv's airport.