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Cold, damaging winds move in behind storm system in Midwest and Northeast

(NEW YORK) -- The storm system that hit hard in the Midwest and the Northeast over the weekend has moved off the East Coast but behind it remain cold gusty winds and lake effect snow.

On Saturday, five confirmed tornadoes were reported in ... Read More

'I have not forgotten': Sharon Tate's sister reacts to Charles Manson's death

(LOS ANGELES) -- Debra Tate, sister of slain actress Sharon Tate, said she wasn't relieved on Sunday when she heard that Charles Manson, the notorious cult leader and convicted murderer responsible for her sister's death, had died in prison.
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Notorious cult leader and murderer Charles Manson dead in prison at 83

(LOS ANGELES) -- Notorious murderer and cult leader Charles Manson died at 83 of natural causes on Sunday evening, according to prison officials in California.

Manson shocked the world with a series of brutal murders and his face became a ... Read More

Border Patrol agent killed, partner injured on duty in Texas

(WASHINGTON) -- A U.S. Border Patrol agent died and his partner suffered serious injuries while on patrol in southwest Texas on Sunday morning, according to a Read More

High winds blamed for scaffolding collapse in busy New York City neighborhood

(NEW YORK) -- Wind gusts caused construction scaffolding to collapse above a subway entrance in New York City's busy SoHo neighborhood, authorities said.

Five people suffered moderate to minor injuries in the incident around 11:30 a.m. local t... Read More

Puerto Rican march in D.C. protests hurricane relief effort

(WASHINGTON) -- Protesters marched on Washington D.C.'s National Mall on Sunday morning to draw attention to the situation in hurricane-stricken Puerto Rico.

"The Unity for Puerto Rico March" featured politicians as well as boldface names... Read More

'Confused' driver ends up dangling halfway off train platform in Long Island

(NEW YORK) -- One driver in Long Island took the concept of "park and ride" a little too far on Saturday when they ended up parked right on the train platform.

The unbelievable photo captured by a commuter says it all, as a driver hopped a cur... Read More

Storm moves east after knocking out power for thousands

(NEW YORK) -- The storm that knocked out power for thousands, closed down local businesses and dropped a tornado in Indiana on Saturday is tracking eastward, ABC News meteorologist Brittany Borer said.

Americans from Florida to Maine are g... Read More

Gunman sought after Pennsylvania police officer killed in traffic stop

(PITTSBURGH) -- Police have found a vehicle they believe was involved in the killing of a Pennsylvania cop during a traffic stop, officials said Saturday.

"We were able to find and seize the vehicle that we believe to be involved in this i... Read More

At least 27 injured, others unaccounted for after massive fire at senior living center

(WEST CHESTER, Pa.) -- More than two dozen people were injured while others remain unaccounted for after a massive fire engulfed a senior living facility west of Philadelphia on Thursday night, authorities said.

The five-alarm fire at Barc... Read More

Family of 86-year-old man seen tased by police in video settles for $900K

(KINGSTREE, S.C.) -- The family of an 86-year-old South Carolina man has settled with the city of Kingstree just a month after the man was tased by police following a car chase.

Police dash cam video of the incident shows Albert Chatfield ... Read More

What to see and what to skip in Los Angeles

(LOS ANGELES) -- The City of Angels is getting all dolled up over the next decade - the Summer Olympics are coming to L.A. in 2028!

For value seekers, though, the time to visit is now, thanks to more places to stay - 9,000 new hotel rooms... Read More

Museum of the Bible faces revelations, controversy as it opens

(WASHINGTON) -- In the beginning, there was Hobby Lobby  president Steve Green and his first purchase of a biblical artifact in 2009 that launched the Green Collection.

What Green has accomplished since then is a full-fledged museum dedic... Read More

Rain, wind likely for much of East this weekend

(NEW YORK) -- The weather system which has already brought flooding rains to the Northwest and heavy snow to the Rockies is moving into the Midwest on Saturday with the Northeast to follow.

A wind advisory is in effect from Texas to Ohio as wi... Read More