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Town in Agoura Hills, California, burned to the ground after Woolsey wildfire

ABC News' Matt Gutman walks through a town in the mountains of Agoura Hills, California, left ravaged by ongoing wildfires.

Hong Kong set for more subdued weekend of protests

Hong Kong is gearing up for what is expected to be a relatively quiet weekend of protests, although there is no sign that anti-government...

Alleged victim of Spacey sexual assault filmed part of incident

A young man who accused Kevin Spacey of sexually assaulting him at a seaside restaurant near Boston in 2016 filmed part of the...

Virus whistleblower doctor punished ‘inappropriately’: Chinese probe

Police in China's virus epicentre Wuhan acted "inappropriately" by punishing a doctor who blew the whistle on the outbreak that has now killed more...

Andrew Yang’s campaign says over 450,000 people have entered debate contest

The campaign says it raised $1 million in the 72 hours since the giveaway became public.

Massachusetts judge allowed to keep $181K salary amid federal charges for obstructing ICE

In a reversal, a Massachusetts judge indicted for allowing an undocumented immigrant to evade ICE will be able to keep her $181,328 annual salary.

UN chief willing to broker end to Venezuela crisis

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres renewed his offer Monday to help broker an end to the crisis in Venezuela during talks with the country's...

Virgin Galactic’s third supersonic test flight hits Mach 2.4 and 170,000 feet

Virgin Galactic is celebrating the third successful supersonic test flight of VSS Unity, the passenger spacecraft it intends to make available for space...

Social Security scammers invented wild cover stories, posed as dead relatives, feds say

One man hired a homeless woman to pose as his dead mom; another faked a friend's murder. Here's how feds are targeting Social Security...

2020 Chevy Bolt EV Gets More Driving Range

The Bolt goes from 238 miles to 259 and leapfrogs rival EVs from Tesla, Hyundai, and Kia.

Antibiotic resistances spread faster than thought, aquaculture study reveals

By studying fish raised in aquaculture, researchers have shed new light on the mechanisms by which antibiotic resistance genes are transferred between bacteria. According...

Washington officials successfully trap first murder hornet

I guess this one would be a murderED hornet, huh? Get it? Because it’s dead. Photo: Washington State Department of AgricultureThe Washington...