Sean Spicer has never been so popular. The now-ex White House Press Secretary is currently being courted by a number of TV news channels, as well as one entertainment show that he may not be as natural a fit for: ABC’s ‘Dancing With the Stars.’
President Trump’s Twitter announcment that transgender people wouldn’t be allowed to serve in the military was met with wide backlash.
As a candidate, Trump promised to protect gay, lesbian and transgender rights; his sudden announcement immediately sparked outrage and protests around the country.
A plan to repeal and replace Obamacare was voted down, as was a plan to just repeal and work out the replacement later; Trump takes aim at Republican Sens. Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski.
The family asked people to donate money toward TunDe Hector’s education to fulfill her dream of becoming a nurse; more than $21,000 was raised.
ABC News’ David Muir reports the stories people are buzzing about.
Obdulia Sanchez allegedly kept livestreaming on Instagram after the accident even as her sister lay dying; she pleaded not guilty to charges including manslaughter while intoxicated.
In addition to taking out laptops, passengers will now be asked to remove all electronics larger than a cellphone for individual screening; the new policy will be rolled out across the country in a few weeks.
A California teen is accused of livestreaming a car crash that killed her sister, the latest incident people going live for seemingly sinister reasons.