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(NEW YORK) -- A man who fatally shot two New York police officers before killing himself told bystanders to "watch what I'm going to do" moments before the attack, according to police investigators.
(NEW YORK) -- The man accused of killing two New York City police officers execution-style as they sat in their patrol vehicle promised his attack ahead of time, indicating on social media that he was doing so because the police-involved deaths of two African-American men earlier this year.
(LANCASTER, Calif.) -- Police say a 13-year-old Southern California boy is their "hero for today" after he stepped in to save his 4-year-old sister from a would-be kidnapper.
(NEW YORK) -- The families of both Eric Garner and Michael Brown condemned the fatal shooting of two New York City police officers in what is believed to be retribution for their deaths, which have sparked national protests.
(NEW YORK) -- The shooting deaths of two city police officers "brought back horrible memories" for former New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, he told ABC News Sunday.
(NEW YORK) -- Sen. Marco Rubio responded to criticism from fellow Republican and potential 2016 presidential rival Sen. Rand Paul over his position on Cuba, insisting Sunday that he would oppose the “Obama-Paul foreign policy,” and referring to the Kentucky senator as “chief cheerleader” of the president’s overseas agenda.
(WASHINGTON) -- Hillary Clinton is off her peak but still overwhelmingly strong in support for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016, while Elizabeth Warren has inched up in the latest ABC News/Washington Post poll.
(WASHINGTON) — The president and first family have arrived in Hawaii, for a 16-day tropical vacation that’s become their annual tradition over the Christmas and New Year holidays.
(WASHINGTON) -- The State Department issued a travel alert for the world on Friday.
(WASHINGTON) -- In his weekly address, President Obama reflected on the progress America has made since his first election in 2008, and more specifically the steps forward the country has taken this year.